The Anatomy of a Missing Person from Kusic And Kusic LTD Private Investigators

Screen-Shot-2014-01-27-at-3-1.49.47-PMHundreds of thousands of people go missing every day. A person is declared missing if he or she has disappeared and it’s unknown whether the person is living or dead.

Approximately 2,300 people (including children and adults) go missing in the United States every day. This represents about a sixfold increase in missing people in the last 25 years. That amounts to about 900,000 people per year.

Why are so many people declared missing every year?

Majority are found within a week

If we look at the amount of children and youth that go missing in Canada a year, we can see that 65 per cent are found within 24 hours and another 86 per cent within one week.

If we look at this figure for adults, similar findings show that 66 per cent of missing adults reports were removed after 24 hours, while 85 per cent were removed within one week.

During 2011, 678,860 people in the US were declared missing. Within the same time period, 679,511 of missing people reports were cancelled, primarily because they were located, or returned home.

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