ABOUT THE PROJECT

The FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) publishes annual statistics of persons reported missing. In 2010, a total of 692,944 missing person records were entered into NCIC. The vast majority of these are runaways. The number of entries regarding persons who were missing under circumstances indicating that they may be in physical danger ("EME") is 63,300, the number of entries regarding persons missing under circumstances indicating their disappearance may not have been voluntary (Involuntary—"EMI") is 30,684, and the number of entries for missing persons 21 and older and for whom there is a reasonable concern for their safety ("EMO") is 65,270. As of December 2010, the NCIC had 85,820 active missing person entries. Missing children is a well publicized concern. Runaways are often found, and their parents are contacted. The majority of missing adults are found. However, these are usually people who choose to be missing for personal reasons. It is not a crime to ignore calls from employers, friends and family or to have no contact with others.


SUMMARY OF FBI STATISTICS - MISSING PERSONS 2010
Total Entries   692,444
EME Persons missing under circumstances indicating that they may be in physical danger 63,300
EMI Persons under circumstances indicating their disappearance may not have been voluntary 30,684
EMO Persons 21 and older and for whom there is a reasonable concern for their safety 65,270


The incidence of kidnap for ransom in the USA in recent years has been virtually non-existent. The police have been vigilant in tracking the criminals who perpetrated kidnap for ransom, and efficient systems are in place to trace ransom money paid to criminals. However, kidnap for ransom is common in some other Countries, whose borders may be close to the USA, and there is concern that certain foreign nationals may intend to engage in kidnapping for ransom inside the USA.


WHAT WE DO

There are high-profile cases of missing people which receive publicity in the media, but only for a short period of time. The project is the first of its’ kind, and is especially developed to promote awareness of the vast number of people who are missing, to educate people about dangerous predators, to develop personal systems intended to improve personal safety, and to provide professional assistance in the search and rescue of kidnapped persons enrolled in our program.

We are the leaders in this field and developed a system to know where people should be and react immediately a person is missing. Our industry leading systems are equipped to respond speedily and efficiently.


WHY ARE WE THE BEST

Time is of the essence after a kidnap. Criminals usually molest, rape, torture and murder their victims very soon after kidnapping them. These dangerous criminals do not usually wait for days or until the police and rescuers arrive before perpetrating these dastardly crimes.

If this situation arises, our state-of-the-art, highly advanced systems are equipped to mobilize a team of highly motivated Private Investigators without delay. A Private Investigator who is able to locate the missing person and report his or her whereabouts to law enforcement would be eligible to earn a reward as high as $ 200,000.00, and will leave no stone unturned in searching for the missing person. It is not in the interest of our clients, or our organization, to divulge specific details of our search and rescue system in this forum.


WHO MAY JOIN

At this time, we are primarily concerned with people who are kidnapped and are taken against their will. These are the unfortunate people who are in grave danger and may be sexually molested, raped and murdered by dangerous, violent criminals. The program will accept these people at this time.

We have a different program for people who are simply at risk of being lost, for example Alzheimer’s patients. The program for these persons will be made available in the future.