InstantAmber Child Safety Service Now Offers Parents a 30 Day Trial In Time for the Holidays

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InstantAmber is now offering parents a free 30 day trial for their web based child safety service. The ability for a child to go missing increases during the holidays when children are out of school, traveling, or shopping in crowded malls.

InstantAmber is now offering parents a free 30 day trial for their web based child safety service. The ability for a child to go missing increases during the holidays when children are out of school, traveling, or shopping in crowded malls.

The free trial gives a parent the ability to use the system and see the benefits of having a child's information and pictures securely stored and ready for law enforcement to access should a child go missing. InstantAmber (http://instantamber.com) forces parents to be organized and prepared for worst case scenarios at home or while traveling.

InstantAmber was created with assistance from law enforcement so the correct and relevant data required to recover a missing child is placed in the system. This data can be privately viewed anytime and anywhere by a parent or law enforcement agent and includes the following:

  • Identity - your child's general characteristics and habits
  • Images - you get an unlimited number of photo uploads
  • Relationships - unlimited types, such as relatives, friends or neighbors
  • Medical - your child's specific requirements or special needs, if any

Chris McDonough, a retired homicide detective that trains police detectives for the Institute of Investigative Sciences, states, "InstantAmber is a wonderful resource for Law Enforcement. Time is of the essence in a missing child case and the InstantAmber system gives the police immediate information on the child. Every parent would be wise to sign up their child."

The free 30 day trial will be ongoing and not just limited to the holidays. Visit http://instantamber.com/why/ to learn more and begin using InstantAmber immediately.

About InstantAmber:
In 2007 after his youngest child went missing on a family vacation, Matt Berman conceived the idea of utilizing the internet and its ability to safely and securely transmit data globally to combat the tragedy of missing children. Matt's deep concern about the epidemic of missing children led him to create InstantAmber to ensure that parents have access to the best possible tool in the event of a missing child emergency.

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