Private Investigator Toronto
Search and Investigation of Missing Persons
When a person goes missing, it can be a relative, family member, friend, spouse, child, witness, neighbour, abandoning parent, heir to an estate, or anyone else you need to locate. Regardless of the reason for their disappearance, our experienced team will use the best methods and technologies available to find the missing person.
What is a Missing Person?
A missing person is someone who has disappeared for an extended period of time, often for unknown reasons. Every year, between 70,000 and 80,000 go missing, with the majority of these cases involving children. (statistics from RCMP website)
Contrary to popular belief, a person does not have to be missing for 72 hours before being classified as a missing person by the authorities. In cases where there is evidence of violence or an unusual absence, law enforcement agencies often emphasize the importance of beginning an investigation as soon as possible, with the first 48 hours being critical. If a person has been missing for seven years with no evidence to the contrary, they can be legally declared dead.
Reasons for Searching for a Missing Person
- There are various reasons for wanting to locate a missing person, including:
- Serving legal documents on a plaintiff, defendant, or witness
- Notifying the person of a will or inheritance
- Searching for a lost or kidnapped individual
- Locating a child or adult
- Finding a debtor
- Searching for a fugitive from justice
- Looking for someone who did not return from work
In some cases, people choose to disappear intentionally. This can be due to reasons such as avoiding alimony or child support payments, having an arrest warrant, or hiding from dangerous individuals or organizations. In a small percentage of cases, people may become lost due to factors such as mental conditions, age-related conditions like Alzheimer’s, or even getting lost while hiking.
Private Investigator has access to local and international databases
Our team will carefully evaluate each case and have access to local and international databases. We also have a professional network of colleagues in different cities, provinces, and countries who are ready to provide support if we suspect the missing person may have gone to another country. We use advanced technology to aid in our search efforts, but only highly skilled professionals with a proven track record of successful investigations can effectively find a missing person. Our priority is always to act quickly, as every minute counts for someone who may be hiding or in danger. Contact us to start the search process immediately.
FAQ about Child Custody and Domestic Violence
You don’t need to be! We get dozens of calls a week about partners who suspect their loved one is cheating on them, from Markham to Brampton and across the world.
Nothing! You get the answers and clarity that you need and want in your relationship. That peace of mind will make you happier and can help strengthen your relationship. Honestly, it’s the best result that can happen.
No! You never have to worry about that. All our investigations are completely confidential, meaning they will never know you organized a case to investigate them.
It can be difficult to gauge the cost of a private investigator because no case is the same. Very few cases are “typical”, therefore, making the cost of investigations wildly different. To ensure you’re getting the best deal, make sure you do your due diligence and research, and look into client reviews. Read More
Over the last thirty years, Investigation Hotline has interacted with thousands of clients who have differing perspectives and ideas as to what private investigators are able to do within their trade. People are often misguided by movies and television shows they watch depicting private detectives as mysterious, gun toting spies that wreak havoc in the night. However, contrary to popular belief, licensed private investigators are unable to perform the majority of things that are portrayed in popular culture. Let’s dig into eleven things that private investigators can and can’t do.
1. Trespass on other people’s property
3. Access to Bank Records
4. Work with the Police
5. Obtain Credit Information
6. Retrieve Phone Records
7. Track Someone with GPS
8. Hack into Electronic Devices
9. Search License Plate Numbers
10. Find Information Online
11. Acquire Medical Records
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