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May 24, 2018

The Search for Missing Persons

A Google search for ‘missing persons gold coast’ throws up a long list of recent posts. What is going on in Gold Coast? Is this business as usual?

The Search for Missing Persons Australia Wide

A Google search for ‘missing persons gold coast’ throws up a long list of recent posts. The Queensland Times has a section dedicated to them. What is going on in Gold Coast? Is this business as usual? This seems to be the case. People often ask us what to do in a similar situation. Let’s ask the Queensland Police for their advice.

How to Report Missing Persons Gold Coast and Beyond

The police define a ‘missing person’ as somebody reported to them, ‘whose whereabouts are unknown and where there are reasonable and justified fears for their safety or concerns for their welfare.’ Unreported missing people are just as important to us. However, the definition emphasises the importance of ‘getting them in the system’ as soon as possible.

Anybody can report missing persons Gold Coast residents notice have disappeared. There is no time limit to do so according the Queensland Police. However, we believe the sooner the better before the trail starts going cold. In our case, we only accept requests from people with a genuine interest, for example:

  • Family members and close friends
  • Other persons accountable to them
  • Concerned members of the public
  • Employers, managers and supervisors
  • Creditors collecting bad debts

We offer a free half hour consultation over the phone. Its purpose is to determine whether we are able to accept the case Thereafter, we do charge a professional fee for providing assistance and further advice.

I Am on the Police List, But I Don’t Want to be Found

Someone has reported your absence to the police because they are concerned for your welfare. However, being missing, or having someone worried about you is not an offence.

You may like to save the Queensland Police time and trouble by calling 07 3364 6213, or 1800 017 744 and telling them you are happy where you are. This information will be confidential provided you are over eighteen. If not, we recommend you ask someone you trust for help.

We Find Missing Persons Gold Coast and Beyond

Our headquarters are in Oxenford, Queensland. Our agents are active throughout the sunshine state and further afield in Australia. We don’t only search for missing people in Australia, we generally find them in a matter of days. Speak to Missing Persons in Australia, the acknowledge experts now. Call 1300 553 788, or 0401 553 551 outside business hours.

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