Springfield, IL, January 23, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Project Safekids once again is reminding MySpace users that they can receive Amber Alerts notifications instantly through downloading their Social Networking Amber Alert for your MySpace profile.
You can make a difference in the life of a child. You can instantly forward the Amber Alert to your friends list through posting a bulletin. MySpace users can also display the Amber Alert on the profile page.
Project Safekids provides comprehensive Amber Alert notifications available for social networking users and website owners. Project Safekids provides complete photographs and information of the abducted child, suspect and vehicle. The Amber Alert is also available in Espanol.
To install Amber Alerts on your website or social networking profile a webmaster simply must copy and paste a simple html code into their webpage. The Amber Alerts are updated automatically by Project Safekids.
For complete details and to download the Amber Alert notifications please visit http://www.projectsafekids.org
Project Safekids also provides an Amber Alert child safety utility for parents so that they may create a complete profile of a child in digital format. The Amber Alert child safety utility can be downloaded by from their website here:http://www.projectsafekids.org/digital.html
Amber Alert Child DNA/ID kits are also available for parents. A DNA sample is recommended by Law enforcement agencies should your child ever become missing. Project Safekids DNA kits will store and archive a DNA sample for up to 28 years at room temperature. Parents can find out more about Amber Alert DNA kits here:http://www.projectsafekids.org/order.html
Child Safety programs are in huge demand by sponsors as Spring approaches. Project Safekids offers communities a turn key event that provides parents with a complete Amber Alert profile of the child. Project Safekids provides Bio-Metric fingerprinting children, an Html web page and a Missing Child Flyer that is stored on CD-Rom or USB Flash drive. Project Safekids does not database information of children and the parent receives the only copy.
To inquire about sponsoring an event please visit their website at http://www.projectsafekids.org
or contact their offices at (877)707.4730 for more details.