AMBER Alert in Action

AMBER Alert in Action

Ashton Fish, 2017 National AMBER Alert Symposium Performance

It took only a few minutes for 10-year old Ashton Fish to express for everyone at the 2017 AMBER Alert Symposium, through both word and dance, why everything possible must be done to protect missing and abducted children in Indian Country.

“I want to be the voice for all the Indian children,” said Fish. “I want the AMBER Alert to be on the reservation so none of our children can go missing, no one can steal our children and we won’t be afraid to walk in the dark.”

The young man then performed a traditional dance for all missing children. Fish first became aware of the issue of for Native American children when he heard about the abduction and murder of 11-year-old Ashlynne Mike on the Navajo Reservation in May 2016.

Tribal Database Website Tour

Take a tour of the new features of the Tribal Database website. Find out how you can become a member, register your tribal organization, submit and share documents and help move the work of tribal law enforcement and tribal child protection forward.



Protecting Native Youth from Abduction and Exploitation

The National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College together with FirstPic, Inc., Morning Star Youth Council, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Scottsdale, and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community are proud to announce this brief video illustrating how Native youth can protect themselves from abduction and exploitation, and work together – with peers and family - to stay safe.


Inside APD - January 2016 Amber Hagerman 20th Anniversary Special Edition

This edition features an exclusive interview with retired Sergeant Mark Simpson who was in charge of the Amber Hagerman Task Force 20 years ago. Also included are interviews with Detective Ben Lopez, Sergeant Kraig Fryer and Lieutenant Mike Hollier of the Homicide Unit. We hope this edition brings new leads in this cold case of Arlington's Lil Angel, Amber Hagerman. Anyone with information, please contact Detective Lopez at 817-459-5373. Oak Farms Dairy is offering a $10,000 reward.


AMBER Alert: A Hero's Story

This video shares information on the 2009 abduction and recovery of Haley Traynham in Sanford, Maine, highlighting local citizen Mr. Michael M. Grant, Jr.'s identification and location of the abductor. Mr. Grant was given the AMBER Alert Citizen of the Year award in 2010 for his brave and valiant efforts in safely recovering Haley. This video also promotes awareness of the 20th anniversary of the abduction of Amber Hagerman and the AMBER Alert Program developed in her honor.

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