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We can help locate those who went missing without any warning or reason. These cases are very fragile in their nature and require us to handle them with utmost confidence.

 

How Can You Find A Missing Person?

Our select network of private detective professionals is able to swiftly locate kidnapped and missing persons throughout Latin America, Canada and Europe.

According to the FBI, as of December 31, 2010, juveniles under the age of 18 account for 44.9 % of those on the missing persons records and 11.9% were for juveniles between the ages of 18 and 20. (Source: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ncic/ncic-missing-person-and-unidentified-person-statistics-for-2010.)

The police will only begin a missing persons investigation to find someone after a certain time frame has passed since the child was last seen. In a search for someone, this time is very valuable and especially if the child has been kidnapped by pedophile or child murderer. Even in a police search, they will stop looking after a certain amount of time and declare the missing persons case ‘cold’. In Latin American, after 3 months of investigation without any traces, the case is then declared cold. The police do their best with their limited resources but it is difficult to stay on top of kidnapping cases and crime rates today.

If you are looking for a fast response with real answers you will need to speak with an missing persons investigator. In a kidnaping investigation, the investigator will start looking for someone as soon as you become uncomfortable and will continue searching for as long as you are looking for answers.

Your missing persons investigator will use advanced techniques to find just about anyone:

  • Long lost loved ones or family members who have voluntarily disappear or run away
  • Fugitives on the run
  • Debtors to recover your funds
  • Missing persons that are now considered to be part of a cold case
  • Runaways or miners who have been kidnapped

 

What Techniques Does An Investigator Use To Find A Missing Person?

  • Fugitive recovery agents. These investigators are experts at locating fleeing criminals and debtors. They are not limited by the same laws as the police and so can enter virtually any place they believe a criminal is hiding.
  • Physical searches by air, land, sea. Private investigators use a number of vehicles to search areas the average person has no access to.
  • Networking with other private investigators or paying informants. We also have an extensive network of investigators who are recruitable to help the search.
  • Surveillance and videotaping. Investigators can observe places where a missing person is likely to be, or can observe and track a suspect in a missing persons case.
  • Searching hospitals and mortuaries. Private investigators can search through a number of facilities where a victim may be.
  • Doing background checks, questioning witnesses, and other investigative techniques. Private investigators can turn to others to isolate likely suspects or likely sources of aid, in finding a missing person.

ESP – We can help locate those who went missing without any warning or reason. These cases are very fragile in their nature and require us to handle them with utmost confidence.

 

How Can You Find A Missing Person?

Our select network of private detective professionals is able to swiftly locate kidnapped and missing persons throughout Latin America, Canada and Europe.

According to the FBI, as of December 31, 2010, juveniles under the age of 18 account for 44.9 % of those on the missing persons records and 11.9% were for juveniles between the ages of 18 and 20. (Source: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ncic/ncic-missing-person-and-unidentified-person-statistics-for-2010.)

The police will only begin a missing persons investigation to find someone after a certain time frame has passed since the child was last seen. In a search for someone, this time is very valuable and especially if the child has been kidnapped by pedophile or child murderer. Even in a police search, they will stop looking after a certain amount of time and declare the missing persons case ‘cold’. In Latin American, after 3 months of investigation without any traces, the case is then declared cold. The police do their best with their limited resources but it is difficult to stay on top of kidnapping cases and crime rates today.

If you are looking for a fast response with real answers you will need to speak with an missing persons investigator. In a kidnaping investigation, the investigator will start looking for someone as soon as you become uncomfortable and will continue searching for as long as you are looking for answers.

Your missing persons investigator will use advanced techniques to find just about anyone:

  • Long lost loved ones or family members who have voluntarily disappear or run away
  • Fugitives on the run
  • Debtors to recover your funds
  • Missing persons that are now considered to be part of a cold case
  • Runaways or miners who have been kidnapped

 

What Techniques Does An Investigator Use To Find A Missing Person?

  • Fugitive recovery agents. These investigators are experts at locating fleeing criminals and debtors. They are not limited by the same laws as the police and so can enter virtually any place they believe a criminal is hiding.
  • Physical searches by air, land, sea. Private investigators use a number of vehicles to search areas the average person has no access to.
  • Networking with other private investigators or paying informants. We also have an extensive network of investigators who are recruitable to help the search.
  • Surveillance and videotaping. Investigators can observe places where a missing person is likely to be, or can observe and track a suspect in a missing persons case.
  • Searching hospitals and mortuaries. Private investigators can search through a number of facilities where a victim may be.
  • Doing background checks, questioning witnesses, and other investigative techniques. Private investigators can turn to others to isolate likely suspects or likely sources of aid, in finding a missing person.