What would you do to keep your loved ones safe?
     According to the NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN, in 2016 alone, 465,676 entries of missing children were entered into the NATIONAL CRIME INFORMATION CENTER data base by the FBI. 
That equates to 1,276 children per day.
     In the unfortunate event that a child or teen is abducted, statistially, for every single hour that the victim is missing, they have a 10% less chance of survival. The current solution to this painful occurance is the AMBER ALERT.
     The AMBER ALERT was created to use the eyes and ears of the public to identify and report the general or specific location of an abducted victim.
AMBER is a backronym for "America's Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response", but was named after Amber Hagerman, a 9-year-old, abducted and murdered in Arlington, Texas, in 1996. 


To drastically reduce, if not eliminate AMBER ALERT by giving law enforcement a much faster and efficient tool to find victims in record breaking times. The name of this tool,  "AMBER ONE."