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How Do I Receive AMBER Alerts?

When signing up for AMBER Alerts you will receive geographically targeted information to help identify an abducted child, a suspected abductor or a vehicle suspected to be involved in an abduction.

Below is a list of ways you can receive AMBER Alerts and begin to help find missing children in your community.

To learn more about the AMBER Alert Program visit www.amberalert.gov.

AMBER Alert iPhone App

AMBER Alert iPhone App

Use your iPhone to view real-time active AMBER Alerts, missing children and instantly report sightings with this free AMBER Alert iPhone App from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

AOl logo

AOL

Sign up to receive AMBER Alerts through your AOL Alerts.

Facebook

Facebook

Sign up to receive AMBER Alerts on Facebook. Visit missingkids.com/AMBERonFacebook and choose your state. Like that Facebook page to receive AMBER Alerts from that state in your newsfeed. You can receive AMBER Alerts from outside your area by clicking "Like" for additional states.

Google

Google

Use the AMBER Alert Google Gadget to receive AMBER Alerts on your iGoogle or Web page. AMBER Alerts are also part of the Google Public Alerts platform. Receive AMBER Alerts when you use Google Search and Google Maps.

MySpace

MySpace

AMBER Alerts are relayed to all users within the ZIP Codes of where the AMBER Alert was issued. Notifications will appear at the top of your profile. Visit www.myspace.com to learn more.

Twitter

Twitter

Follow @AMBERAlert to receive rapid AMBER Alert notifications on your Twitter feed and share the alert with your followers.

Yahoo

Yahoo!

Sign up to receive AMBER Alerts through your Yahoo! Alerts.

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