Discussion in 'Canada' started by ThoughtElf, Jun 11, 2009.
Government Public Records Database - Missing Persons Search
RCMP - Missing Children Database
Missing Children Society of Canada
International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Publications
RCMP Amber Alert Overview
General Amber Alert in Canada History:
Canada’s Amber Alert systems were modeled after those in the United States, and came into effect after much public interest from community organizations, including Victims of Violence and Canadian provincial governments, after the publicity and success of the program in the United States. It was understood that in order to be successful, the system would need to be adopted in all provinces. Alberta was the first to implement the system in December of 2002; Followed by Ontario in early January 2003. All other Canadian provinces have since adopted AMBER Alert, the latest being British Columbia and Nova Scotia in May of 2004.
CURRENT Amber Alert Notifications
North American Missing Persons Network
The Doe Network: International Center for Unidentified & Missing Persons
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children - Canada
Canadian Border Services Agency Fact Sheet
Tips on Safety for Children
To download a Canadian and/or USA Amber Alert ticker to your website, blog, social networking site, or your desktop, visit:
Note: If you download both tickers, both ticker icons will look alike on your desktop, so I suggest you rename them "Canadian Amber Alert" and "USA Amber Alert" in order to distinguish between the two.
Separate names with a comma.