RALEIGH – The NC Center for Missing Persons (NCCMP) has a new website aimed at furthering its goal of working with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to locate missing persons and reunite them with their families. The new website includes a new logo, real time reporting on missing person stats, alert notifications and alert information. All alerts are now automated and activated with a push of a button. The new system aims to reduce any alert approval delays which ensures alert activations occur as quick as possible. The new site will highlight all NCCMP Alerts to include Ashanti, Missing Endangered, Silver, AMBER and Blue Alerts. The webpage will be an information resource for the public, media, law enforcement and other state clearing house managers and AMBER Alert Coordinators across the country.
In the future, the site will offer online training videos for law enforcement on activating alerts, first responders check list and training, missing person’s posters, CART Team training opportunities and more. This new site will also offer quick access to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and additional resources.
The new site will officially launch Friday, October 21, at 11:00 a.m. Users can access the new website at https://nccmp.ncdps.gov or by visiting the NC Department of Public Safety’s existing webpage, https://www.ncdps.gov/.