Avoiding an unfortunate event, such as a family member going missing, is imperative, and one should do everything in their power to prevent that from happening.
(PRWEB UK) 29 January 2014
BBC News article dated 17th Jan 2014: Missing Nida Naseer: Henna Foundation appeals for her return, speaks about an appeal which charity for Muslim women has extended for missing teenager Nida Naseer to return home. The 18-year-old has not been seen since she went to put out the bins out at her home in Pill, Newport on 28 December. The Henna Foundation and Gwent Police held a joint news conference in the city appealing for the sixth-form student to come home. A CCTV image of Pakistan-born Nida, taken just before she disappeared, has been released by the force. When she disappeared, Nida was not wearing shoes and did not have any of her possessions - phone, money or coat - with her. Members of her family have previously told police marriage "was not an issue" and Nida did not have a history or depression or self-harm. Nida's family sought asylum after coming to the UK from Pakistan five years ago. Their application was turned down a year ago and they are currently appealing. They believe Nida vanished because their asylum-seeker status barred her from attending university and she wanted to pursue a career as a marketing or finance manager. Police have searched streams and areas around the Transporter Bridge and George Street Bridge. They have also scoured land near the Lysaght Institute, and Pill Millennium centre.
Responding to the article published by the BBC, Manchester Private Investigators emphasizes the importance of installing CCTV cameras as a precautionary security measure, in order to prevent cases like the one described in the article. A lot of people may object to CCTV cameras being everywhere and recording everything, but we suggest that the advantages of having more cameras greatly outweigh the disadvantages. Furthermore, it makes our job and the job of law enforcement agencies a lot easier if we have something to go on, a solid lead. Using the recordings from CCTV cameras, Manchester Private Investigators have been able to locate and find a large number of missing person, whether they have been hiding, gotten lost, or even kidnapped. When handling a time-sensitive case, such as a missing person location, every lead, every tiny bit of information is crucial for the investigators, and having a video recording with a time stamp is about as good as it gets. Therefore, CCTV cameras do have their place, and our private investigators are qualified to install them and will monitor the video either by looking over the recordings, or viewing the feed in real-time, at your request.
William Abbot, chief investigator at Manchester Private Investigators, urges potential clients to consider installing CCTV cameras in order to protect loved ones and property.
William tells us:
“Avoiding an unfortunate event, such as a family member going missing, is imperative, and one should do everything in their power to prevent that from happening. Manchester Private Investigators will give sound advice about how to go about protecting the well-being and safety of the family.”
Being cautious is always a better solution, and having a CCTV camera installed will prove to be a great investment for the future. To find out more please contact William Abbot on 0161 363 0083 or at [email protected]