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  • Google Launches Integrated AMBER Alerts Service With The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children

    Google Launches Integrated AMBER Alerts Service With The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children

    Google has continued its focus on “public service” projects today by announcing a new AMBER alerts project in conjunction with The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children. This comes after the company set up a “Crisis Page” for those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Google is long-known for providing such services, and this new initiative is a fantastic… Read More

  • PSA: It's AMBER alert awareness day

    Today is AMBER alert awareness day, so this is as good a time as any to get a ID kit for you child. The kits are sold on the official AMBER alert website, and allows you to store all of your child’s information (as well as information about the rest of the family) in one easy to carry USB device. You can purchase the My Child ID kits for $39.95 from the AMBER alert website. Read More

  • Sign Up to Receive Free Wireless AMBER Alerts

    This Friday, May 25, is National Missing Children’s Day, and the wireless industry, in partnership with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and the U.S. Department of Justice, is reminding consumers of the role that they can help play to aid in the recovery of abducted children, by signing up to receive free Wireless AMBER Alerts. Any wireless subscriber capable… Read More

  • Amber Alert USB Drive

    Concerned parents can now store all of their child’s biographical information and stats on a Kensington USB thumb drive, the Amber Alert Child ID Kit. This $30 512MB USB drive is password protected but stores info for only one kid per drive. The included software, which judging by the screenshots only works on Windows, organizes things like medical info and the contact information of… Read More

  • MySpace Getting AMBER Alerts

    The next time you decide to plot the kidnapping of your neighbor’s kid for beer money, you may want to re-think what you’re doing: MySpace is now equipped to send out AMBER alerts for missing children. With increased pressure from activist groups and concerned parents, MySpace has partnered with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children so that whenever a critical… Read More