Missing Persons: Private Investigators

Private investigators are simply the most effective way to find a missing person

Private Investigator for Missing PersonsAccording to the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) more than 800,000 people are reported as missing annually. Of those, an average of 85% are minors.

One of the big problems with police-led missing persons searches is simply the amount of resources the departments have. Most law enforcement cases for missing persons will declare their case a cold case after a short period of time. Law enforcement is simply not equipped to deal with the crime rates we see today. 

Enter the private investigator. A professional investigator can begin looking for a missing person as soon as a parent reports them and will continue to search as long as you are still looking for answers.

The sooner you contact us for the assignment, the better. When it comes to finding a missing person, we begin by putting pieces of the puzzle together as we uncover leads. One piece may come from genealogical research, another from deep-web searches and social media, and still another from searching records in various courthouses. The more time you give us, the greater the chances for our success.

The Grafton Group will begin all missing persons with a search of the individual in our databases to see if we have a name. Then our investigators will conduct canvassing, interview friends and family, check Missing Person databases, contact and maintain an open line of communication with authorities, and reach out to other Private Investigators and professionals within our national network.

“Our principals are nationally recognized investigators and we want to be your private investigator in Florida”