NATIONAL LOCATOR SERVICES
Looking for Lost Friends or Lost Romances?
We Can Help You Find Them!
Good friends come and go, some have made lasting impressions in our lives, but where are they now? What have they become? Our Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) registered investigators can find the answers for you and get you reconnected with old pals, school mates, old flames, teachers, an old boss, and even past neighbors.
Additionally, we offer Skip Tracing services (derived from the term "to skip town") and will help you locate defendants, witnesses, debtors, birth parent(s), and more...
Skip Tracing is performed by collecting information on a person by accessing the following, but not limited to:
MISSING PERSONS & MISSING CHILDREN
Missing Child - The Inital Search
When a child goes missing it is a parent's worst nightmare. There are no words to express the feeling of uselessness and hoplessness that a father and a mother experience when an innocent child is abducted or lost. Raw emotions can hinder the ability of parents to make rational decisions. Yet, the actions of parents and of law enforcement in the first 48-72 hours are critical to the safe recovery of a missing child. During the initial stage of the investigation, parents of a missing child will want to desperately assist investigators with the initial search, however, it is more constructive for parents to devote their time to providing information to and answering questions from investigators. When a child disappears, typically the initial search will be coordinated and conducted by either a local, State, and/or Federal Law Enforcement agency. Recovery efforts generally will include crime scene searches, door-to-door searches, grid searches, land, sea, and aerial searches, as well as roadblock searches. The implementation of tracking dogs (Bloodhounds if possible) may also be of great assistance. During that time, volunteers may be used to assist with the initial search as well as involving the media and social media in order to reach the public for help.
According to a 2014 report compiled by the FBI's National Crime Information Center and also statistics from the USA National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, or NamUs, a national database for missing people, approximately 85,000 people are actively missing in the U.S., 33,388 of those people are under the age of 18.
The Extended Search - Why Hire a PI?
When a missing person police investigation comes to a halt, either due to limited resources, case overload, lack of evidence, time restraints... What next?
Hiring a Private Investigator can help bring some answers and hopefully bring a loved one home. Private Investigators can often devote their time exclusively to a case and also may not be bound by jurisdiction protocols that local and State Law Enforcement agencies encounter during complex investigations. A Private Investigator will bring a set of fresh eyes and motivation to solve the case of a missing person.
IF YOUR LOVED ONE IS MISSING, YOU CAN TRUST THAT WE WILL PUT FORTH OUR BEST EFFORT TO RECOVER THAT SPECIAL PERSON IN YOUR LIFE.
Social media such as facebook is an instrumental tool in finding people
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•Phone number databases
•Credit card applications
•Criminal background checks
•Public tax information
•Public records databases
•Air travel records