MISSING PERSON INVESTIGATION

When a person goes missing, the most common way on first thought is to contact the police. Missing persons investigations are needed to find out the truth about anyone you cannot find. One of the major problems with police-led missing persons searches is simply that the term missing persons is so narrow. Police will only begin looking for a missing child at a specific amount of time after the child was last seen and by that time, it may be too late if the child has been kidnapped by a pedophile or child killer. Police are also reluctant, due to thinning resources, to search for people who voluntarily left home or for those who live on the streets. Even in a police-led missing person search, police will stop looking after a certain amount of time and will declare the case a cold case.

Police do their best with the resources they have, but law enforcement simply is not equipped to deal with the crime rates today. Anyone who wants real answers and fast needs to speak to a PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR. A professional investigator will start looking for someone as soon as you feel uneasy and will continue to search as long as you are still looking for answers.

Basically, if you are worried about someone's whereabouts and wish to locate someone who is not easy to find, a qualified missing persons investigator will be able to use advanced techniques to help find the person you are looking for.

Who hires investigators to find missing persons? Everyone can launch a missing persons investigation to find:

  • Missing persons who have been gone a long time and are part of a cold case
  • Long lost loved ones or family members who have voluntarily disappeared or run away
  • Debtors for your money
  • Fugitives you need to find
  • Runaways and minors who have been kidnapped
How does a missing persons investigator locate a missing person? Here are several techniques used by professional investigators to find missing persons:
  • Networking with other private investigators or paying informants. Private investigators often have extensive networks of people they can recruit to help them in a search
  • 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
  • Fugitive recovery agents. These investigators are experts at locating fleeing criminals and debtors. They are not limited by the same laws as police and so can enter virtually any place they believe a criminal is hiding
  • 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
  • Physical searches by air, land, sea. Private investigators use a number of vehicles to search areas the average person has no access to.
  • Searching hospitals and mortuaries. Private investigators can search through a number of facilities where a victim may be