Dec 15, 2018

Why a Missing Persons Investigation Should Start Soon

A missing persons investigation should start as soon as possible, in order to increase the prospects of us finding them soon. For, if we do not, this increases the possibility of vulnerable youngsters and elderly people encountering danger.


The most ancient trackers still extant are San people, the original inhabitants of southern Africa. Their cultures may vary across the wide-open spaces of Botswana, Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, and South Africa but they have one thing in common. They can track an antelope by noticing individually displaced leaves on small shrubs, although these soon return close to their originals positions.

The San hunters know that wind soon blows away footprints in shifting desert sands. If you were to ask them, when is a good time to start a missing persons investigation for a tourist who wandered away from a safari camp they would say, “Our search should start soon,” because they know all trails go cold.

Much the Same Logic Applies to Our Missing Persons Investigations

A successful missing persons investigation relies on three things. These are first, the recent memories of people who know then well. Secondly, there are the recollections of third parties who may have noticed them shortly after they vanished. Memories, as we know start fading soon, as may the digital footprints of people who do not want us to find them.

Hence, a missing persons investigation should start as soon as possible, in order to increase the prospects of us finding them soon. For, if we do not, this increases the possibility of vulnerable youngsters and elderly people encountering danger. We cannot overestimate the need to move quickly in these sensitive cases. Weak and defenceless people need our help fast.

Moreover, less vulnerable adults are able to cover their tracks more effectively as the days roll past. Disappearing is often a subconscious call for help. Does anybody really care, they ask. If it seems to them nobody does, then they may drift away in deep depression, change their identity and nobody may ever find them.

How Long Should I Wait Before Calling Qld Covert Investigations?

We suggest you call Qld Covert Investigations as soon as you have a genuine concern someone you know may have vanished and are considering engaging professional support. We have a policy of not charging for initial call of initial enquiries we receive on the phone, and we may be able to guide you where to look first.

Qld Covert Investigations have assisted thousands of clients since we established 15 years ago. We have the resources you need for your missing persons investigation. Here are our email contact details or call now direct on 0401 553 551

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