If you need to report a missing, abducted or endangered child, please call 9-1-1 immediately.

You may also contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST for assistance. We cannot take missing child reports or inquiries via this website. To search for or find information about current missing children, visit www.missingkids.org.

Forthcoming USDOJ update to NISMART will gather law enforcement data on abductions

The United States Department of Justice (USDOJ) will soon begin outreach to more than 4000 law enforcement agencies for assistance in updating and expanding data and analysis on stranger abductions of children.

Do you work with AMBER Alert or Child Protection in Indian Country?

Learn more about our AMBER Partners Network and our secure partners portal for collaboration with other AMBER Alert Partners in Indian Country and across the United States.


AMBER Alert in Indian Country Resources

Learn more about the resources that are available to our partners in the AMBER Alert in Indian Country Network. Find useful information including videos, downloadable PDFs and other valuable resources.

AMBER Advocate Newsletter

The most recent AMBER Advocate Newsletter is available for download. The recent issue and several archived issues feature important AMBER Alert in Indian Country news and updates.

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Today, we respect and recognize Indigenous Peoples' Day, a day that celebrates and honors Native American peoples and commemorates their histories and cultures. The concept of Indigenous Peoples' Day was formed at an international conference on discrimination sponsored by the United Nations in 1977. Indigenous peoples in the Americas continue to be celebrated for their countless contributions to the enrichment and lessons of how to thrive harmoniously with the natural world; contributing greatly to the country as we know it today. At the National Criminal Justice Training Center, we are humbled by and entrusted with the opportunity to serve 574 federally recognized tribal communities across the nation. We work tirelessly to build trust, deliver culturally respectful training and services, and help advance healing, wellness, and public safety to improve the quality of life in Tribal communities. To our tribal partners, we are honored to serve youtoday and every day. For more information about training opportunities, visit ncjtc.org/indigenous#indigenous #IndigenousPeoplesDay ... See MoreSee Less
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In June, 2021, AMBER Alert in Indian Country (AIIC) program staff attended the 2021 Women Are Sacred Conference hosted by the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC). To learn more about this event, click ⬇️amber-ic.org/news/2021-women-are-sacred-conference/ ... See MoreSee Less
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In April, 2021, the Waking Women Healing Institute hosted a virtual event for tribal community leaders to hear from AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program team members on the AMBER Alert in Indian Country program.To read more about this event, please click ⬇️amber-ic.org/news/waking-women-healing-institute/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The AMBER Alert in Indian Country Website provides integrated, ‘one-stop’ access to training, technical assistance and child protection resources for Tribal law enforcement, public safety professionals and others in the community working with issues surrounding endangered, missing and abducted children.

This resource was prepared under Cooperative Agreement number 2017-MC-FX-K003 from the Office of Justice Programs (OJP), U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view or opinions expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of OJP or the U.S. Department of Justice.