There are 5 main classifications for missing persons: Missing Adults, High-Risk Missing Persons, Runaways, Child Abduction, and Unidentified Persons. Each has its own unique way to be handled. What sets our investigators apart is the experience, energy, and conviction they bring to the table. We understand that a lot is riding on our services. And we also realize that situations involving missing persons can be complicated, sensitive, and emotional. That's why we take a thorough, meticulous approach to our missing persons investigations. And once we get started, you can rest assured that we'll work tirelessly to get you the information you're after. If a person in your life has gone missing, don't panic or give up hope. Call ETS Intelligence LLC today to schedule an appointment and learn more about how we can help.

Getting Started

Investigators need to get on the trail of the missing person as fast as possible.

Information is power. You should provide or allow investigators access to the following key pieces of information:

  • A complete physical description of the missing person including what they were wearing the last time anyone saw them.
  • Social media accounts, photographs, diaries and/or journals.
  • Work or school information including names of supervisors, co-workers, or schoolmates.
  • Financial records including specific debit or credit cards they may be using.
  • A list of family, friends and business associates
  • Any knowledge of weapons or histories of self-harm
  • Any substance abuse, criminal, or mental health issues