zeist - The police can deploy focused on the disappearance of a child's AMBER Alert. People who might be in the vicinity of children are getting then notified when other people do not get the alarm. When an ' urgent missing children " is through innovative regional broadcasters, stations, managers of highway signs, railways, taxis, road hauliers and popular apps are distributed a photograph of the child.
The national AMBER Alert is only used if there is immediate danger to life and if it is not clear where the child is in the Netherlands. This happens three or four times a year. Across the country will be advertising screens, highway signs, apps, SMS and email used as a major investigative poster.
An ' urgent missing ' the police have substantial evidence that the missing child is at risk and action is necessary. About a hundred times a year are used in these types of cases, parts of the AMBER Alert. This may happen more focused and locally with the new features.