MISSING

A Child goes missing every 40 seconds in the United States and every weekend here in Las Vegas, 60-80 people go missing.  In fact, Metro's Missing Persons unit handles up to 1,700 cases a month, everything from runaways to kidnappings fall under the umbrella of missing persons. If you have information about anyone who has one missing, you are asked to call police at 229-LOST and contact NEVADA CHILD SEEKERS at 702-458-7009.

 

797,500 children (younger than 18) were reported missing in a one-year period of time studied resulting in an average of 2,185 children being reported missing each day.  

 

203,900 children were the victims of family abductions.  

 

58,200 children were the victims of non-family abductions. 

 

115 children were the victims of “stereotypical” kidnapping.    

  

AMBER ALERT

  

The AMBER Alert Program, named for 9-year-old Amber Hagerman, is a voluntary partnership between law-enforcement agencies, broadcasters, and transportation agencies to activate an urgent bulletin in the most serious child-abduction cases.

  

Broadcasters use the Emergency Alert System (EAS) to air a description of the abducted child and suspected abductor. The goal of an AMBER Alert is to instantly galvanize the entire community to assist in the search for and safe recovery of the child.

  

C.A.R.T.

  

Child Abduction Response Teams consist of members of all facets of law enforcement, emergency response, non-profit organizations, and civilian search groups and you and your friends, that come together when a child is abducted. 

   

Our large database of Las Vegas residents allows us to generate an almost instant email blast with the photo and description of the child that is being sought, hopefully resulting in a fast and safe resolution.  

   

Once the situation is vetted by our investigators, our Notification Program goes into working mode, collecting the photos and statistics, building the flyer, building the email template, loading and blasting out a printable flyer to our opt-in network throughout Las Vegas and the nation.

    

CORE GROUP RESOURCES

  

FBI Las Vegas
1787 West Lake Mead Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89106-2135
Phone: (702) 385-1281
Fax: (702) 584-5460

   

   

   

 

  

  

  

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HUMAN TRAFFICKING

  

We always hear about HUMAN TRAFFICKING. Yet, somehow, it seems we’ve gone calloused and look at it as something so detached from our reality.  The sad truth is that there are real people out there, people we don’t know, who are actually suffering because they are victims of human trafficking. 

  

Victims are either taken forcibly or with consent and are forced to get into sexual acts against their own will. But the bottom line is that these people lose their human rights. Core Group has the teams and experience to assist in your Kidnap and recovery / Personnel Recovery.

  

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Kidnapping

  

Each year, thousands of people in the United States and around the world disappear without a trace. Many of these people are found, however many of them are not. 

  

When a person disappears, there is always a chance that someone will find them, if the right protocol is followed. If authorities and police fail to locate them, it may be prudent to consider taking a different approach and hiring a private investigation firm.

  

KIDnap & RECOVERY

  

It is estimated that over the past 6 years, kidnappings around the world have increased by 100%. Corporations today face security threats against their financial welfare and in some cases, the physical well being of their personnel. Unfortunately, your organization's executives and employees are increasingly at risk, both at home and abroad, for kidnap, ransom, and extortion. The use of kidnapping or extortion to gain access to industrial secrets, to make socio-political statements, or for monetary purposes, continues to rise.
  

AWARENESS

Recently, a colleague of mine, from Global Sentry Group, who is active in Anti-Human Trafficking operations used his experience as an undercover investigator in Cambodia to consult in the movie Trade of Innocents, where he also provided personal training to the actors.  He shared the real life scenario of playing the rock, paper, scissors with the young girl actress and with the actor Dermot Mulroney, when working with him on his role in Trade of Innocents. CLICK ON THE PHOTO BELOW: 

  

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INCIDENT RESPONSE:  Our large database of Las Vegas residents allows us to generate an almost instant email blast with the photo and description of the child that is being sought, hopefully resulting in a fast and safe resolution.

 

  

We are owned and operated by Major Anthony Jones, a former member of U.S. Special Operations and an Intelligence Operator.  During Iraqi Freedom, he was the Director of the Personnel Recovery Cell and responsible for Personnel and Hostage Recovery throughout the theater.

 

Once the situation is vetted by our investigators, our Notification Program goes into working mode, collecting the photos and statistics, building the flyer, building the email template, loading and blasting out a printable flyer to our opt-in network throughout Las Vegas and the nation.

  

protocol

There is a certain protocol that is followed when a child is missing:

 

1.) The first thing that happens is that a complete description of the child is taken. The eye color, hair color and size of the child will be recorded. The police will also want to know what the child was wearing. 

  

2.) Other recognizable characteristics that might be requested include things on the child’s body, such as scars or birthmarks, as well as unique behavioral patterns such as disabilities or speech patterns. 

   

After the descriptions have been taken, and a current photo of the child has been collected, the police move into the next phase...

  

3.) Getting the  information out to the public. In the United States, when a child is missing, an Amber Alert is put out, we can generate an almost instant email blast with the photo and description of the child.  

   

From this point on, the investigation is considered open. The police will work with tips and eyewitness accounts, in order to find the missing child as soon as possible. The case is continued to be open until the child is found.

   

If, after a period of time, the police and state authorities are either unable or unwilling to continue the investigation into a person’s disappearance, hiring a private investigator to continue looking for the missing person is advisable. There are no guarantees in cases of kidnapping and missing persons, however a private investigator may be able to explore avenues not considered or attempted by authorities.   

   

STALKING

A recent study by the National Institute of Justice found that stalking was far more prevalent than anyone had imagined: 8% of American women and 2% of American men will be stalked in their lifetimes. That’s 1.4 million American stalking victims every year. If you think you are being stalked: