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AMBER Alert Web Portal
3 out of 4 abducted children who are  taken to be killed are killed within the first three hours.

The AMBER Alert Law Enforcement Alerting Portal (LEAP), www.missingkids.org/amber​, is the Primary Alerting Partner used by Oregon during AMBER Alert activation to notify the public in a child abduction case. Initially developed by the AMBER Alert Web Portal Consortium, the AMBER Alert LEAP is a privately held technology company providing alerting technology and services to law enforcement agencies for the issuance of AMBER Alerts.

The AMBER Alert LEAP enables law enforcement to sign-in and enter all the necessary data regarding a missing child. With one keystroke, live data and any updates are disseminated to anyone who registers to receive the AMBER Alert information via E-mail, FAX, text messages and RSS feeds supporting law enforcement agencies, broadcasters, state agencies, federal agencies and other alerting systems such as the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) and individual subscribers.

​The alert notifications are in support of other secondary distribution notifications such as Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA)​​, highway message signs, the Emergency Alert System (EAS), and media news broadcasts / website reports.


To view active alerts and/or register to receive Oregon AMBER Alerts go to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), website:



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