Alert System

Some articles on alert system, systems, system, alert, alerts:

Child Abduction Alert System
... A child abduction alert system is an alert system designed to produce a coordinated response, by the emergency services and media, if a child is ...
Federal Highway Police - Activities - Alert System
... The PRF has one of the most innovative systems to combat vehicular theft ... After reporting a theft, the vehicle's owner, stuck in the bureaucratic system, must wait 24 hours in most cases for the report to be entered into the vehicular theft system ... takes over 24 hours to enter the Integrated Traffic System ...
Child Abduction Alert System - Europe - United Kingdom
... The UK has developed the Child Rescue Alert, similar to the American AMBER Alert ... The system works in a way, where in the local area of the suspected abduction, radio and television broadcasts are immediately interrupted (even in some ... Some counties include Variable message signs which alerts drivers on major roads to be on the lookout for that missing person or a car on the road ...
Mattie's Call
... Mattie's Call is a law enforcement initiated alert system to locate missing elderly, or otherwise disabled persons ... Mattie's call was patterned after the AMBER Alert system created to locate missing, or abducted children ... Mattie's Call is an example of a Silver Alert system to locate missing seniors ...

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