On March 3th, AMBER Alert Europe was consulted by the 1st line managers of the Nordic Countries, participating in their meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark. This meeting brought together law enforcement professionals from the five Nordic countries Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Iceland.

Aim of the meeting was to exchange good practices to improve the better protection of endangered missing children. AMBER Alert Europe was represented by President Frank Hoen and European Alert Coordinator and law enforcement missing persons specialist Charlie Hedges.

Pioneers on cross border cooperation

The Nordic Countries are considered pioneers on cross border cooperation and information exchange between national law enforcement agencies. The urge for quick and effective cross border law enforcement cooperation seamlessly fits AMBER Alert Europe’s 5 key points. These 5 key points, currently filed as a Written Declaration in the European Parliament, particularly focus on improving cross border police cooperation and information sharing.