Atlantic Southeast Investigations has the required training and experience in working missing person cases involving both children and adults.
Our agency has the opinion that all missing person cases be treated as a criminal act unless proven otherwise.
In many cases law enforcement agencies will not take a report unless the person has been missing for a certain number of hours or days. In our opinion all missing person cases are a true emergency, that is unless the requested investigation is a cold case.
Investigator Steve Siske has over 40 years of both law enforcement & private sector experience. He retired from the Civil Air Patrol, which is the Auxiliary of the United States Air Force. While in the Civil Air Patrol he gained the experience of being a Mission Coordinator.
During the training for the position of Mission Coordinator investigator Siske graduated from the National Search & Rescue School. The National Search & Rescue School is an intensive training program which is taught and sponsored by the US Coast Guard and the US Air Force. This course provided in depth training on missing persons and aircraft.
Missing person Checklist:
- Report to law enforcement as soon as possible.
- Make a list of persons who may have been in contact with the missing person.
- Retain and secure all cell phone information.
- Secure all computer devices that may have been used by the missing person.
- Secure all financial information such as credit cards.
- Obtain recent photographs of the missing subject.
- Prepare to obtain and supply blood type & DNA of the missing subject.