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 AMBER Alert Online Learning


Keyboard Graphic.pngAMBER Alert offers many online/web-based learning opportunities:

  • 100% online, self-paced courses and modules
  • Blended learning, where a small portion of training is completed online and the main training occurs onsite/in the classroom
  • Webinars: live events as well as recordings of past events available on demand

We are committed to support stakeholders' ability to access and take part in training programs which are critically important in carrying out their child protection responsibilities.

During times where stressed budgets and limited resources make it difficult to travel to multi-day onsite training programs, we encourage you to watch this site as well as the AMBER Alert Training Courses site for updates on new training opportunities brought to you by the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program.


 Online Courses


​Click any of the courses below to learn more about them and to begin the registration process.

Course Acronym​ ​Course Title


​Telecommunications Best Practices for Missing and Abducted Children
TELMAC-TTT Train the Trainer Module: Telecommunications Best Practices for Missing and Abducted Children
PATMAC Patrol First Response for Missing and Abducted Children
CART NEW MEMBER Child Abduction Response Team Training for New Members
CST ONLINE Child Sex Trafficking - Law Enforcement Response: Online Introductory Module

 AMBER Alert Webinars


The AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program is honored to develop and host the Tribal and Human Trafficking Webinar Series.

These webinars bring together state, local and tribal subject matter experts to identify prevalent types of victimization, risk factors for victimization and signs of possible exploitation among children, including those in tribal country. Presenters also include trafficking survivors and victim advocates who will share their stories and perspectives on developing victim-centered responses in an effort to more effectively serve and support child victims.

The series works to identify solutions to increase collaboration between state, local and tribal communities in response to the exploitation of children and other forms of child victimization, to develop appropriate agency responses, and to effectively address the needs of victims.

To be notified of future webinars and invited to register: 
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Click here to view recorded webinars