AMBER Alert Luxembourg is the nationwide alert system for endangered missing children and child abduction cases.
Launched in 2016
AMBER Alert Luxembourg was officially launched on April 28, 2016, by the Minister of Justice, Félix Braz, and the Secretary of State of the Ministry of Internal Security, Francine Closener, in Luxembourg. AMBER Alert Luxembourg is the result of a cooperation between of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the National Police of Luxembourg and AMBER Alert Europe, the European Child Rescue Alerts and Police Network on Missing Children.
AMBER Alerts & endangered missing children
AMBER Alert Luxembourg enables the police in Luxembourg to quickly inform citizens when the police fear the life of an abducted or missing child is in imminent danger. In addition to AMBER Alerts, parts of the system will be used to find endangered missing children. A missing child is considered endangered when there is an immediate and significant risk of harm but the case does not reach the criteria for an AMBER Alert.
AMBER Alert Europe’s goal is to improve the protection of endangered missing children in Europe. AMBER Alert Europe connects law enforcement with citizens in the search for endangered missing children. The organisation provides police training, encourages cross-border police cooperation and facilitates AMBER Alert systems for European Member States.
AMBER Alert Europe is supported by missing persons’ specialists, NGOs, police- and government agencies and more than 450 Members of the European Parliament. The organisation has 18 members (NGOs, ministries and police) in 14 countries.
If you should have technical questions about the AMBER Alert system, and they are not answered in the FAQ, you can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tél. : +352 4997-1
Fax : +352 4997-2099