Private Investigator in Bristol Give Information about Missing Person Services in Light of BBC News Article: Police Shake-up over Missing Person Cases

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Private Investigator in Bristol give information about missing person services in light of recent BBC News article dated 20th March 2013: Police shake-up over missing person cases

this shake-up will work much better for the missing person as the police in charge of the investigation will have more time to focus on them and will be looking for someone that has really gone missing and is not just absent.

According to the article police are to stop attending every report of a missing person to focus on cases where people are most at risk. From April the police will only fully investigate where the person’s disappearance is out of character or they are thought to be in danger. Chief Constable Pat Geenty, of the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) said that the current regime was “a huge demand on police resources”: Pilot schemes over three months have shown that officers focused on higher risk incidents and saved thousands of officer hours.

The report goes on to say that some people such as the NSPCC were concerned that the scheme would put children at risk of being “groomed and sexually exploited”. Acpo said each force would have a missing persons coordinator who would be responsible for working closely with care homes and local authorities finding out if children were going missing regularly and to produce care plans to prevent children from going missing.

Private Investigator in Bristol have missing person services in place that can compliment and enhance the new way the police will be treating missing person cases as from April. Private investigators carry out many missing person investigations and have many tried and tested methods of successfully locating them.

Spokesperson from Private Investigator in Bristol, Olivia Wilkinson said:

“In my professional opinion this shake-up will work much better for the missing person as the police in charge of the investigation will have more time to focus on them and will be looking for someone that has really gone missing and is not just absent. Vulnerable missing children will be investigated in the usual way and an Acpo missing person’s coordinator will be helping to prevent more children from going missing in the first place.”

Private Investigator in Bristol along with their sister company Private Investigator in Leeds is a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years’ experience in the industry. Their understanding and approachable team of male and female detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations

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