California Missing Persons Private Investigators
According to FBI statistics, in 2013, nearly 628,000 people were reported missing. There are likely thousands more who are not reported as missing to the FBI or who may not meet the FBI definition of missing persons. Law enforcement does what it can to locate missing persons, but their resources are limited. In addition, they may be hesitant to search for someone when it appears that person may have left home voluntarily.
Even the most diligent law enforcement searches are called off after a period of time and the case slipped into the cold case file bin. On the other hand, it is never too late for a private investigator to conduct a missing persons search. Some people who may fall into the category of missing who you may want to locate include:
- Loved ones with whom you have lost contact.
- Debtors who owe you money.
- A child you suspect ran away.
- Your biological parents.
- Your child you gave up for adoption.
You need the services of a private investigator (PI) experienced in searching for and finding missing persons. A qualified PI knows how to conduct air, land and sea searches. PIs are not bound by rules and regulations that apply to law enforcement, so can use any and all resources that may be helpful. They can use informants and conduct surveillance at places where the missing person may be hiding out or being held against his or her will.
Blue Systems International works around the world using the most advanced techniques and equipment to locate missing persons. With more than 20 years of experience and with investigators who work 24 hours a day seven days a week, your chances of locating your missing person are greatly increased.
If you need a private investigator in Orange County, Riverside, San Bernardino, or anywhere in Southern California for a missing persons investigation, contact Blue Systems International today – 714-592-8000.