Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) August 26, 2008
AmberAlertRegistry.org, a leader in helping protect children against sex offenders and offering tips for parents on child safety, announced the launch of their new site, http://www.AmberAlertRegistry.org. The website has been built with the ability to assist parents in helping law enforcement recover missing children immediately, should an emergency situation such as Amber Alerts ever occur. By registering a child's information in advance on AmberAlertRegistry.org, parents can provide law enforcement agencies with critical data as soon as it is needed.
AmberAlertRegistry.org is an innovative online data storage product that has been designed to improve the transfer of vital information to law enforcement in the case of a situation requiring Amber Alerts nationwide. Parents will also find tips on child safety as well as facts about kidnapping and how to help prevent your child from becoming a statistic.
This international database will make it easy for the law enforcement officers to rapidly acquire the data required to create an Amber Alert for missing persons.
- Enables immediate dissemination of vital information to law enforcement
- Reduce critical time to initiate appropriate response
- Provides parents a tremendous comfort level to ensure the safety of loved ones
- Provides worldwide access to critical data in time of crisis
- Provides user friendly cross technology between AmberAlertRegistry.org and law enforcement
- Able to be viewed globally on any windows based computer
- Utilizes high level encryption and meets strict IT security standards
According to Palm Beach County Florida Sherriff Ric Bradshaw, "The Amber Alert Registry is able to provide law enforcement the needed information in a matter of seconds, should a crime occur, saving valuable time. Any means of quickly moving information to law enforcement officials is a viable enterprise, and anything parents can do to assist police in recovery efforts is advisable."
AmberAlertRegistry.org provides an additional level of safety not available today for access by parents and law enforcement on the World Wide Web. The company has launched the site to take advantage of the unfortunate rapid growth of child abduction and offer parents tips on child safety along with facts about kidnappings. For further information on Amber Alerts and the registry visit http://www.AmberAlertRegistry.org.