Guide for Implementing Or Enhancing an Endangered Missing Advisory (EMA)
DIANE Publishing, 2011 - 31 pages
There are some cases of missing children that do not meet the threshold for the issuance of an AMBER Alert. The same concern applies to missing persons older than 18, who fall outside AMBER Alert's purview. The EMA was crafted in 2005 to fill this gap. This report describes how a community can establish a task force to create an EMA plan, which creates voluntary partnerships to recover missing persons who do not fit the AMBER Alert criteria but who may be in danger. EMAs help law enforcement notify the general public that someone is missing and ultimately save lives. This guide provides directions for developing, activating, and sustaining an EMA plan and includes sample plans and press releases. A print on demand report.
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