As we turn into the New Year, Mission Possible Investigations is excited to share feedback we received from clients about their positive experiences with our firm and their results from our work. Jeff G. wrote, “I hired Mission Possible Investigations to help me on my adoption case and Jamie Richardson found my birth family. I've been looking for 42 years for them and what little information I had he took and found them in less than 1 day. Jamie Richardson truly is a miracle worker!” Marcie N....Read more
Once again the holiday season is upon us, and many of us are out shopping, visiting family and friends, and traveling more. While bringing lots of holiday joy, the season can also bring an uptick in crime. This time of year, we become more rushed, and as a result, less aware and more vulnerable. The following are some basic safety tips to keep in mind this holiday season. ShoppingRead more
- Keep all car doors locked and windows closed while in or out of your car.
- If you...
As more claims of sexual harassment and sexual assault come to light in Hollywood and politics, one of the biggest questions people have is – Why don’t women come forward sooner? The hashtags #WhyWomenDontReport and #MeToo have been trending on social media. First, we want to acknowledge that this happens to men as well at numbers higher than most people realize or even really know because few men ever come forward. Because we handle cases of sexual harassment and sexual assault, we want to reframe the...Read more
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and so we wanted to focus this month on safety planning. Creating a safety plan is essential. Friends or family who have a loved one dealing with domestic violence or as a professional investigator on a case all can help ensure victims have a safety plan in place. There are many victim advocacy agencies that can also help victims. A list of numbers is below. NCADV has noted that on average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by...Read more
Give the recent Equifax data breach, we wanted to give our readers a brief overview of what steps to start taking to protect their identity and credit information. The data breach may potentially impact 143 million U.S. consumers. The information accessed includes names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and drivers license numbers. Equifax set up a dedicated site with details on the incident at www.equifaxsecurity2017.com. To find out if you were one of the millions affected, click on the Potential Impact link in the...Read more