United States, Mexico and Canada Join Forces to Improve Amber Alert System
The U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training (OPDAT) and Mexico’s Office of the Attorney General (PGR) sponsored a Trinational Forum yesterday and today in Mexico City, bringing together Amber Alert Coordinators from Mexico, the United States and Canada. The forum aimed to create mechanisms for the international coordination of Amber Alerts in order to better respond to potential cross-border cases of missing children.
Opening the forum, Mexican Attorney General Arely Gomez highlighted the importance of international cooperation in the identification of missing children, noting that the Amber Alert program “breaks the barriers of communication, time and distance,” and highlighted that the “neutralization and disruption of criminal groups and their operations cannot depend on limits created by borders or national identities.”
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