The CLEAR Alert applies to adults who are missing and endangered according to a vast array of different circumstances. This means that it is relevant to every Texan. The more we spread the word about the CLEAR Alert's potential as a law enforcement tool, the more lives it can save. Do you need a speaker at an upcoming safety meeting, or an employee brown bag, or a luncheon, or a monthly meeting of your organization, or some other gathering? Contact us, and we would be honored to present information on the CLEAR Alert to your group.
The CLEAR Alert's potential application is vast, and this characteristic sets it apart from every other emergency broadcast alert mechanism that we have in Texas. Public agencies and nonprofits can enhance their mission effectiveness by understanding when, how, and why the CLEAR Alert might be invoked as a law enforcement tool in their respective service areas . We offer presentations that explore this applicability in both criminal and non-criminal contexts.
We offer training in collaboration with established providers such as Texas Center for the Missing, which serves as the Amber and Silver Alert coordinator for the 14-county area surrounding greater Houston.
Additional law enforcement training resources are currently under development.
Tell us how we can join forces, achieve synergy, and amplify the effectiveness of both of our nonprofit missions!
We are available to develop content, contribute to seminars, and serve the public in panel and roundtable discussions relating to missing persons and crime prevention.
Would you personally like to know more about what we do? Have you seen an alert broadcast and wondered what it was? Has someone you know been the subject of a CLEAR Alert, or were you hoping that law enforcement would issue a CLEAR Alert in a specific missing persons case? Are you curious about what the different emergency broadcast alerts represent, or how they are issued? Please feel free to contact email@example.com if you have questions.
TxDPS conducts a "road school" program in which their representatives provide emergency broadcast alert activation training to local law enforcement agencies throughout Texas. If permission is granted in advance, interested members of the public may be admitted to those sessions in order to learn more about how our alert system works.
The TxDPS annual training schedule is presented here, and you may also contact our state emergency broadcast coordinator Ben Patterson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
NEWS MEDIA PARTNERS - we are available to speak with you on the Texas CLEAR Alert (email@example.com or text 281-300-2174).
Please note that some individual alerts unfolding in real time may involve issues of privacy or may have limited information available due to ongoing law enforcement investigations.
We have embedded an example video from FOX 4 DFW (full link here). We thank all of our media partners for helping to educate the Texas public on the CLEAR Alert!