If one of your children goes missing, there are perhaps a number of ways that you can immediately think of, in order to make finding your child more manageable and easier to handle. Perhaps, as that family tech blog will tell you, one of those ways is to automatically contact the police to inform them that your child has gone missing. Another way would be to publish your child’s face in the newspaper and in websites to let more people know about the disappearance. And of course, there’s the matter of enlisting the help of your relatives and friends in organizing a search for your child.
While these ways might be helpful, there are also a few more ways which may be more efficient than the above that have just been mentioned. Here are some of them.
Some Suggested Ways to Find Your Child
#1: Visit Missing People Websites and check if someone has posted about your child. Yep, websites aren’t just good for online shops like Lazada and Zalora. There are many websites that provide missing people information. You may see your missing child there. The missing people database on these websites can be entered by anyone. Check your child on these websites’ missing children list regularly.
#2: Don’t be afraid to hire a private investigator. Private investigators are a supplement of police. While police are working hard to find your missing or lost child, you also need to do something instead of waiting without doing anything. With attractive payment, your private investigators will spare no effort to find your missing child. Private investigators have their own resources and methods to track down your missing child.
#3: Check out security camera and other existing surveillance systems where your child was last seen. If your child goes missing near your home, your home security camera systems will record everything. For example, if your child is kidnapped or abducted, you can find who took your child. Usually, the criminal would drive a car, and once he got your child, he will disappear quickly by driving his car. Security camera systems will capture the criminal’s license plate number and his face.