(KUTV) -- The Utah Child Abduction Response Team (CART) held a mock training Wednesday.
CART is a statewide task force that will assist local law enforcement agencies in the case of an Amber Alert.
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes told 2News these drills are very important because Utah has not had an abduction within the past year.
These drills help the task force practice proper protocol.
The task force was established in Utah in 2008. Its goal is to help prevent child abductions and provide immediate help if a child has been taken.
The task force has a mobile command post that receives tips. Those tips are later sent out to investigators. They could include anything from a suspect's location or vehicle.
The largest drill was held at Rio Tinto Stadium and two smaller mock drills held in Sandy. At least 30 law enforcement agencies attended the training.