Officials To Announce Changes To Amber Alert System

amber-alertNew Jersey law enforcement officials have scheduled a news conference to announce changes to the state’s Amber Alert procedures. Attorney General Paula Dow will discuss the changes at 10 a.m. Wednesday. The revisions follow the disappearance of 3-month-old Zara Malani-Lin Abdur-Raheem, whose father is alleged to have abducted her and thrown her from the Driscoll Bridge in February.
East Orange police notified other law enforcement agencies about the abduction, but did not request state police to activate the Amber Alert system. The state’s rules have discouraged use of the alerts in domestic cases.

In an Amber Alert, information about an abducted child is broadcast on television and radio stations and posted on electronic highway message boards. 1010wins.

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