Amber Alert Program
The Arizona Amber Alert Plan was created to provide a rapid response when a child is abducted and the child’s life is believed to be in danger. The alert has already been credited with saving the lives of several Arizona children. The Pima County Attorney’s Office was the first in Arizona to institute the Amber Alert Program. The Pima County Attorney works together with local law enforcement agencies and media professionals in an effort to ensure every missing child is returned safely. Because of her efforts and leadership, Barbara LaWall was invited by the White House to attend the Rose Garden signing ceremony for the PROTECT Act of 2003, which created a national Amber Alert.
Arizona Amber Alert
32 N. Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85701