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Amber Alert

For more information on the Amber Alert system:

http://www.amberalert.gov/

http://codeamber.org/

 

To receive an Amber Alert ticker for your desktop or website:

http://codeamber.org/ticker_code.html

 

To receive Amber Alerts by e-mail:

http://codeamber.org/email_alerts.html

 

To receive Amber Alerts to your cell phone:

https://www.wirelessamberalerts.org/index.jsp

 

The AMBER stickô is the world's first fully portable child identification device.  Information on how to purchase:

http://codeamber.org/idkits.html?rcol  

 

The following statistics are from: http://codeamber.org/stats.html

As of February 5, 2007:

 

Amber Alerts published by Code Amber: 422
Number of children involved: 504
Number of States issuing Alerts: 42
Number of Alerts resolved in a different state: 95
Percentage of Alerts resolved out of state: 23%
Number of Canadian Provinces: 5
Number of children still missing: 15
Number of children never coming home: 24
Number of female children: 295
Number of male children: 209
Number of African American children: 100
Number of Asian children: 6
Number of Caucasian children: 265
Number of Hispanic children: 128
Number of Native American children: 5

Note: Seven of the Amber Alerts listed as having been resolved in a different state were actually resolved in Mexico with the help of Mexican authorities. The above statistics do not include currently active Amber Alerts.