Based on the article, “Jordan Anthony Ratcliffe: £20k reward over missing man” (https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-manchester-32395434) published in BBC News on 21 April 2015, the Manchester Private Investigators shed light on ways in which a missing person search can be made efficient and effective, thus ensuring desired results.
The article published in BBC News on 21 April 2015: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-manchester-32395434, discusses the case of Jordan Anthony Ratcliffe, a sixteen-year-old boy who went missing on 21 August 2008 after being dropped off by an aunt in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. The victim’s original picture, along with a probable picture of what the boy might look like at 23, was released by the police. The officers believe the victim was sighted in the Portsmouth area last year, but no concrete evidence has been collected on the suspicion. The victim’s aunt has given several statements expressing remorse at the unforeseen incident that led to Jordan’s disappearance. The family has articulated concern about the current whereabouts of the child, now a young adult, seven years after the disappearance. The family has shown dire anxiety about the victims’ safety. The family has also associated Jordan’s disappearance with minor criminality cases around the city. After seven years, the police are still searching for the missing child with a generated image of what the suspect might look like now, aged twenty-three.
Responding to the article published in BBC News, the Manchester Private Investigators, (https://manchester-privateinvestigators.co.uk), shed light on ways in which a missing person search can be conducted with minimum errors. The experts speak about the importance of following a proper protocol and procedure that ensures desired results. The investigators sketch out a detailed map that involves a follow-up of the footsteps of the missing individual to ensure not a single possible trace of the individual is missed out. The process is repeated several times with the finest form of technology to bring to surface certain possible marks that might be invisible to the naked eye. The investigators go on to interrogate all the people involved in the person’s life to be able to construct a possible map that helps to anticipate the individual’s state of mind as well as expose the possible victims.
The chief investigator at Manchester Private Investigators, William Abbott, speaks about the importance of conducting thorough and effective searches for missing people. The expert goes on to say, “When someone we love goes missing, we want to do everything in our power to ensure their safety and bring them back. That is how we approach our missing person cases; we understand the trauma our clients are undergoing when they contact us. This is why we have a set procedure we follow that seals the case from all ends and ensures that we have all the information we need.” The professional can be contacted via the company’s email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) or through the official phone number (0161 363 0083).