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What are endangered missing children?

A missing child is considered endangered when there are substantial indications that the child is at high risk of harm and/or in immediate danger, and rapid action is required. The police can then decide to use certain parts of the AMBER Alert system.

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UPDATE: AMBER Alert for Greek sisters cancelled

On June 28th, an AMBER Alert was issued for two Greek sisters, aged 14 and 11, from Athens, Greece. The…

Update: Dutch AMBER Alert cancelled, boy found

The Dutch AMBER Alert that has been issued on Wednesday November 11th for a 12-year-old boy from Vleuten,…

AMBER Alerts and endangered missing children

What’s the difference between AMBER Alerts and endangered missing children? Read the criteria

My child is missing

Contact the local police immediately and see what you can do to help.

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Statistics & results

23 AMBER Alerts since 2008 and 982 endangered missing children since 2011.

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What’s an AMBER Alert?

A national warning message for missing children whose life is in imminent danger.

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