AMBER Alert Europe is backed by police missing children experts, NGOs, law enforcement and 465 Members of the European Parliament: most successful Written Declaration since 2011. It has 27 members in 19 countries, 6 of which are law enforcement organizations. The police expert group exists of over 50 people from 17 countries.

Are you a law enforcement authority or an NGO in the field of missing children? Join AMBER Alert Europe!


AMBER Alert Netherlands, Netherlands

Dutch Missing Persons Bureau, National Police, Netherlands

Initiative Vermisste Kinder, Germany

Ministry for Home Affairs and Security, Malta

National Police – Central Operational Service, Italy

CEOP, Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, part of UK policing, United Kingdom

Malta Police Force, Malta

ITAKA, Centre for Missing People, Poland

Ministere de la Securite Interieure, Luxembourg

Ministere de la Justice, Luxembourg

La Police Grand-Ducale, Luxembourg

Missing Persons Center KGP, National Police, Poland

Child Helpline at Slovak Committee for UNICEF, Slovak republic

National Coordination Mechanism of the Search for Missing Children (NKMPPD), part of the Ministry of the Interior, Czech Republic

Action Against Abduction, formerly PACT, United Kingdom

Omnibus, the Hellenic Centre for Research & Action for Missing Persons, Greece

Ponimanie, NGO focused on child protection, Belarus

Save the Children, Romania

ICMEC, International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, US

Groupcall, United Kingdom

ROCIT, Regional Centre of Public Internet Technologies, Russia

RijnmondVeilig, The crisis alert platform in the Dutch region of Rotterdam-Rijnmond, Netherlands

APCD, Associação Portuguesa e Crianças Desaparecidas, Portugal

Missing Children Society of Canada, Canada

Kadunud, Estonia

Österreich Findet Euch, Austria

Missing Persons’ Families Support Centre Lithuania

Supporting organisations

Victim Support Europe