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Apr 14, 2015

How to Go About Locating a Missing Person Of Interest In Australia

In its narrowest sense, a ‘person of interest’ is a term U.S. law enforcement uses to describe someone who is part of a criminal investigation, although not yet officially accused. In the missing people business, they are anyone connected to a missing person who may be able to help close the case. Here are a few examples that may help you understand the concept. After that, we’ll pass on a few tips for locating persons of interest you need to speak to.

Here are a few examples that may help you understand the concept.  After that, we’ll pass on a few tips for locating persons of interest you need to speak to.

*  The secret partner of your spouse

*  The best friend of your teenage child

* An older person who was familiar with your kid

 * A person your friend with dementia often mentioned

Any of these four people – of course these are just random examples – may hold vital clues as to where a missing person may be. This could be because they are staying with them currently, or because they have a good idea of where they might have gone.

 Ways of Locating Persons of Interest

Unlike missing people who may cover up their tracks, their friends and acquaintances are usually going about their lives as usual. This means their telephone numbers are still listed, their credit records are still current, and their social media pages still peppered with personal details. While there may be gaps in the data there is often enough to set an experienced private detective going in the right direction.

We caution you to be careful when attempting to trace anybody who might resent it. The media have made a business of investigating the private lives of third parties, whose complaints have given rise of a number of laws protecting privacy. Queensland tracing firm Missing Persons in Australia is adept at avoiding pitfalls.

When challenged, it also helps that we are government-licensed private detectives affiliated to the QCI Group of companies, and members of both the Australian Institute of Private Detectives, and the Australian Security Industry Association Limited. It could be useful to avail yourself of this protection.

When You Need Help Locating Persons of Interest

We would be delighted if you contacted us directly whether via our website or by calling 1300 553 788. At the very least, we suggest you choose a private investigation firm with a similar level of credentials. If you choose an amateur and they fumble then your element of surprise is gone - perhaps forever - and with it your hope of locating the missing persons in Australia you are looking for.