Nashville, TN (PRWEB) October 22, 2008
CEO, Matt Berman, and Marketing Manager, Mollie Watkins, of InstantAmber appeared on a live radio broadcast on WAKM, a station located in Franklin, TN, on October 17, 2008 to discuss the launch of the InstantAmber's new child safety service.
During the interview, Matt mentioned the epidemic of missing children. According to the Department of Justice, more than one million children go missing each year. Astonishingly, there is a one in forty-two chance that a child will go missing before the age of nineteen. He also emphasized that after a child goes missing, the first twenty minutes are most crucial and that finding your child within the first three hours could mean the difference between life and death.
Then, Matt described his personal missing child experience. While on vacation, Matt's youngest child went missing. He did ultimately find his daughter but thought to himself, "What would I have done if I hadn't found her?" After research, he realized that the information that the police need for the NCIC report is very comprehensive and that it can take hours to complete. This epiphany was the reason for founding InstantAmber.
InstantAmber is an online data registry that enables law enforcement to retrieve critical data and photos. InstantAmber's website is completely secure because of cutting-edge SSL encryption technology and 24/7/365 monitoring by McAfee Secure. With InstantAmber, which is extremely user friendly, there is nothing to carry or lose and no software to download.
InstantAmber is a powerful new tool that makes parents as prepared as possible in the event that a child goes missing. It is an online data gathering, storage, and delivery service that enables law enforcement to instantaneously retrieve critical data and photos in a missing child emergency. Please visit InstantAmber.com and take the video tour.