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Is official information on AMBER Alerts or the AMBER Alert program available on any social networking sites?
Facebook offers subscribers notification of AMBER Alerts in their geographical areas. To receive AMBER Alerts in your area via Facebook, visit the Amber Alert Facebook page. From this page click on "AMBER pages" and then click on the page(s) for states and/or territories from which you wish to alerts. You may "Like" as many state/territory pages as you wish. When a child goes missing in your area, you will begin receiving updates.
Additionally, the AMBER Alert page on the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) Web site, lists other ways to receive AMBER Alerts including the Twitter (Follow @AMBERAlert to receive rapid AMBER Alert notifications on your Twitter feed and share the alert with your followers) and MySpace. The NCMEC Web site also features ways to connect your AOL, Google, and Yahoo! pages with the AMBER Alerts.
To learn more about the AMBER Alert program, please see the Office of Justice Programs' AMBER Alert Web site.
Last Updated: 1/15/2014
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