Missing Persons Investigations

We put together teams of specialists to be led by experts specifically for these cases. These are not inexpensive and do demand a committed effort from our clients. The emotional burdens of these types of cases is great and its important you put your trust in NIS to execute the right steps to reunite you with your loved ones.

The term “missing person” is used to refer to people who have been abducted, or who have disappeared on their own accord, and law enforcement investigations follow a specific protocol depending on the circumstances.

Law enforcement agencies follow a very specific set of guidelines for dealing with reports of missing persons. An immediate assessment is made as to the risk level of the missing person, with a high risk designation being used most commonly for young children whose lives may be in imminent danger. Unfortunately, despite a national database for missing persons information, and a number of organizations dedicated to such investigations, resources are still stretched thin. If your loved one has gone missing, you owe it to them and to yourself to use every means necessary to find them. Call NIS today for a free consultation, and let us take part in the investigation. We have a global network of resources and investigators to put at your disposal, and we will go to work immediately. We will not stop when the police give up on a ‘cold case.’

Missing Persons Investigation Information:
  • An in-depth interview will take place when you report a missing person, and the more information you can provide, the better:
    • Name of the missing person
    • DOB
    • Identifying marks
    • Height and Weight
    • Gender
    • Race
    • Current hair color and style, and eye color
    • Blood type
    • Current medications
    • Driver’s license and SSN number
    • Recent photograph
    • Description of clothes at the time of disappearance
    • Information regarding electronic devices he or she may be carrying, such as cell phone, iPad, etc.
    • Description of the possible means of transportation, including car make and model, VIN, or other identifying information
    • Employment information or status in school
    • Any known acquaintances or other information that could open leads
  • The last known place where the missing person was seen will generally be treated as the crime scene, and the investigation will grow from there
  • If necessary, an AMBER Alert will be issued, and a national missing persons investigation agency will be brought in
  • Other Missing Persons Investigations:
    • Long lost loved ones who disappeared from your life voluntarily
    • Debtors for your money
    • “Cold Case” missing persons
    • Runaways and minors who have been kidnapped
  • NIS Process for Searching
    • Physical searches by air, land, sea
    • Networking with other private investigations and using informants
    • Surveillance and videotaping
    • Searching hospitals, mortuaries, and public databases
    • Doing background checks, questioning witnesses and associates
  • Related NIS Services:
    • Computer Forensic Services
    • Undercover Investigations
    • Physical Evidence and Forensics Services
    • Criminal Investigation Services
    • Investigations to Find People
    • Public Records Research
    • Comprehensive Information Resources
    • Crisis Intervention Services
    • Private Investigations (International)
    • Private Investigations (United States)
    • Personal Investigations
    • GPS Tracking
    • Polygraph or Lie Detection Services
    • Social Networking Investigations
    • Asset Investigations
    • Witness Locate
    • Fingerprinting (Dusting)

NIS Network:
  • Global resources network for domestic and international work
  • Constantly evolving technical capabilities to adapt to advances in electronics and technology
  • Use of cutting edge technology and equipment
  • All services are performed and billed on an hourly basis.
  • Investigators are available 24/7.
Implementation:
  • Free Consultation for Needs Analysis
  • Design an Action Plan
  • Engagement and Fees
  • Execute Action Plan
  • Present Thorough Documentation of All Results/Findings

Are You in Need?
If someone close to you has gone missing, or you are hoping to find someone from your past life and do not know where to start, then you may be in need of a private investigator. At NIS, we offer free consultations to determine the nature of your needs. Our global network of investigators will provide you with resources unavailable to ordinary people. We will dedicate our resources to your case until it is seen through to the end. Call us today and find out how NIS can help.

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