Help Finding Missing Persons
- Monday, June 25, 2012 by The Eyewitness
A private investigator can dramatically increase your chances of finding a missing person. This person has skills and resources that are not available to the average person. In some cases, a private investigator can locate a person rather quickly.
You can help speed up this process by giving the private investigator any information you have about the missing person. This can include the person’s name, age, date of birth, and social security number. You may even know the person’s last place of employment or most recent address.
Any of this information can help the private investigator locate the missing person. Don’t worry if you don’t have much information. The private investigator can still find the person even if you only have a name. It may just take longer.
A private investigator has access to resources that are not available to everyone. Some of these resources are databases which are full of useful information. Also, it is easier for a private investigator to get a hold of detailed information from public records.
Private investigators can find missing persons by looking through voter registrations, tax records, real estate transactions, and DMV records. Other records that can provide clues include vital statistic records, business licenses, court records, and records of births and deaths. A private investigator knows how to analyze the information and present it to the client.