Even in our world of modernity and technology, it is possible for some people to remove themselves from communication with their family, friends, acquaintances, and others. There are a multitude of reasons why someone would want to “get off the grid” and leave their old life behind. However, the people looking for that person may be worried, angry, or upset about their disappearance and want professional help. When this is the case, it may be time to consider the possibility of hiring a private investigator to find someone who may or may not think of themselves as missing.
In some cases, the person who appears to be missing has simply lost contact with their friends and family because of a move. The individual does not consider himself to be missing and would be shocked to find out that a friend has hired a private investigator to search him out. Other times, though, this is not the case.
For certain situations, when you need to find someone, that person is trying to stay hidden and out of sight. Reasons such as money problems or major debts, family troubles, marital issues, stress from work or home life, criminal activities, or some other problem that they believe simply can’t be solved through legal means.
If an individual has gotten to this point in his life, he may be tempted and succumb to running away. Hiring a private investigator such as those at J.P. Investigative Group can be the easiest and most reliable way to locate a person.
The short answer – yes. At the J.P. Investigative Group, our expert detectives have the experience, knowledge, and resources to find someone. However, each case is different so the length of time needed to complete the task may vary depending on the situation. Just like no two people are exactly the same, no two cases are identical. Some missing persons can be found within a few hours while others can take weeks or months to locate. While we can’t guarantee the time frame, especially when changing circumstances could interrupt the progress of the case, we can definitely assure you that we will find the person you are looking for.
When you come to us hoping to locate a person, more is always better. The more information you can give us about the person the better able we are to find him. At the most basic level, our private investigators at J.P. Investigative Group will need as much of the following as possible: full name(s), aliases, current photo or detailed description, address (past and present), any and all contact information (phone number, email(s), social media accounts), birthday and place, employment history, driving history and license, car details, relationship status, banking information, medical records, education, and anything else that may be pertinent.
If you have hired us to find someone close to you, it is in your best interest to provide as much information (no matter how big, small, embarrassing, or seemingly unrelated it may be) to us as you can so that we can help you to the best of our abilities.
The private investigators at J.P. Investigative Group have years of experience and plenty of resources at their disposal to find someone. Using the information you give us, we will put together a course of action to discover various avenues of investigation. Generally, making phone calls and checking online resources is the first step. If you provided the last known employer, we will call them and find out if the missing person has passed by. We will also look at social media outlets to see if any posts have been made and the locations could be identified.
If we are left with no usable leads from the desk work, it’s time to hit the streets! We will go visit the last known address, employer, neighbors, etc. Depending on the situation, we may need to ask our questions and make inquiries through covert methods. If we are looking for a fugitive on the run, an open approach may not yield the best results, so we will use a bit of acting to get the information we need.
Facing a missing person situation that does not involve abduction or missing child can be difficult because the police may not take the case. You are not out of options! Contacting a private investigator to examine your case and locate a person can be your best route. At J.P. Investigative Group, we have the skills, experience, and resources to find someone you’re looking for. Call us today for the confidentiality, safety, and professionalism you expect from expert PIs!
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