Debtors And Missing Person Location Services
Data taken from the Australian Federal Police website indicates there are 35,000 people who go missing in Australia each year of which 99.5% are located. So statistically the odds appear in favour that a missing loved one will be found.
- Are you looking for a long lost friend or loved one?
- Has someone skipped out on your rental property without paying their rent?
- Are you looking at recovering a debt?
If you answer yes to any of the above questions we may be able to assist you. If someone you know has gone missing under suspicious circumstances and have been missing for 24 hours or more, contact the police first to report them missing before engaging our services.
Without meaning to state the obvious, when a teenager goes missing it is mostly because of an event that happened at home or within their peer group. They more often than not run off and stay with someone they know. In more extreme cases they may run to the closest city or interstate to seek anonymity; however, by nature they will re-associate themselves with another group increasing their chances of being found.
Although it is not the case with everyone, teenagers are fairly predictable and seek out what they know. If they are having problems at home then it is likely they have confided in one of their friends who will know their whereabouts.
To report the matter to police you must have a genuine concern for the missing person's safety and well being. Police deal with 'repeat offender runaways' on a daily basis and after a while a profile is built up of who their friends and associates are and where they may be located. As a parent or loved one the best thing you can do to assist police in speeding up the location of the missing person is to have as many of those details as possible ready to present to the police.
The same applies to a Private Investigator. The information you can provide us, no matter how trivial it may seem, will help us to build a profile of the missing person which can narrow down the search area and reduce the time to locate the missing person. We have access to extensive databases that can assist in locating a person Australia wide as well as contacts overseas that can assist in the search.
When it comes to 'man' hours to conduct a lengthy search for someone, it may be more practical to engage our services in conjunction with the police, as they have other roles they need to perform, so cannot dedicate as much time to finding your loved one or friend as we can.
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