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In a difficult situation such as this, we are at your disposal. We have the resources, both online and at the community level, the technology, as well as the skills to find your child. We also work with dedicated networks of volunteers and professionals to find lost or runaway children and help return the children to their homes. These networks are always poised and ready to assist in finding a child that has disappeared.
Having a missing child is one of parent’s deepest fears. Not knowing where your child is located is devastating. At PISolutions, we are dedicated to finding missing children quickly using all of our available resources efficiently.
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WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO PROVIDE THIS SERVICE AT NO COST TO YOU. WE WILL WORK WITH LOCAL AUTHORITIES TO HELP BRING YOUR CHILD HOME SAFELY - AND FAST!
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR CHILD JUST WENT MISSING?
1. Immediately call your local law enforcement agency.
2. After you have reported your child missing to law enforcement,
call the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST
3. If your child is missing from home, search through:
4. If your child is missing from a store, notify the store manager or
security office if your child cannot be found when in a store. Then
immediately call your local law enforcement agency. Many stores have a
Code Adam plan of action in place.
Police do their best with the resources they have, but law enforcement simply is not equipped to deal with the crime rates today. Anyone who wants real answers – and fast – needs to speak to a private investigator at PISolutions. Our professional investigators will start looking for someone as soon as you feel uneasy and will continue to search as long as you are still looking for answers. We are equipped with the necessary tools and resources to locate even the "cold case" missing persons.
Of these, 85%-90% are minors. These statistics do not include those who are unofficially missing – such as those who have not been reported as missing persons.
One of the big problems with police-led missing persons searches is simply that the term “missing persons” is so narrow. Police will only begin looking for a missing child at a specific amount of time after the child was last seen – and by that time, it may be too late if the child has been kidnapped by a pedophile or child murderer. Police are also reluctant, due to thinning resources, to search for people who voluntarily left home or for those who live on the streets. Even in a police-led missing person search, police will stop looking after a certain amount of time and will declare the case a “cold case.”
On average, more than 800,000 people are reported as missing and are entered into FBI's National Crime Information Center (NCIC) annually...