AMBER Alert Netherlands is images of missing children on the atm display to increase the chance that the children be found, confirm the organization Monday after the notification by RTL News.
The images are approximately three hundred atms in the Netherlands, including in busy places like the airport Schiphol and Rotterdam The Hague Airport. The vending machines are owned by the operator In2Retail.
AMBER Alert for 2008 was introduced in the Netherlands to track down missing kids faster. If the police asks for it, send the organization a message about the child to include smartphones, traditional and social media, websites and advertising screens.
In addition to the traditional AMBER Alert, which is sent in cases of acute danger to life, are also the so-called Missing Child Alerts on atms displayed. When that alerts, the risk is lower, but also makes the police is a bit worried about the situation of the child.
AMBER Alert Netherlands is hoping that the Dutch banks at the organisation’s door to the warnings on the screens of their atms.
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