Saturday, August 17, 2013

Investigating Missing Persons

The FBI's National Crime Information Center (NCIC) has reported that there are about 80,000 people missing on the average reported on their data base. This report is considered unofficial considering there are missing people who have not been reported.

For one, police will only look for a missing child or consider the child missing after a certain amount of time. This is dangerous especially for cases when a child has already been kidnapped or has been hurt. Also, the police may be reluctant to search for people who voluntarily left home or who want to live in the streets.

There are ways in which you can find a missing person. One is to hire for private investigators. Here are some of the thins an investigator can do. Professional investigators use a number of techniques to find missing persons:

1. Find fugitives.

2. They have many vehicles, by air, sea, and land to do their searches.

3. They can network with other investigators or pay informants.

4. They can do surveillance and video taping.

5. They can search through a number of facilities where a missing person can be.

6. They can do background checks, question witnesses, and do other investigative techniques.

Another way on which you can find a missing person is by using people search engines via the internet. It is a convenient and helpful way of looking for someone. It caters even to persons who have just been missing because you have lost touch.

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