Finding a Missing Person: How USPA’s Missing Persons Unit Helps Reunite Families
Are you looking for ways to find a missing teenager? USPA Nationwide Security’s Missing Persons Unit is here to help. Our dedicated team of experts specializes in locating and reuniting families with their runaway teens. On this page, we’ll explore the importance of finding missing teenagers and how our unit can assist you in this challenging journey.
Lead Investigator, Brian Fitzgibbons (As seen on Crime Stories with Nancy Grace, Fox & Friends, NBC6, LA Weekly, Yahoo News)
Brian Fitzgibbons, the lead investigator at USPA’s Missing Person Unit, is a highly respected and accomplished professional in the field of locating missing individuals, particularly missing girls. With his exceptional skills and expertise, Brian has made a significant impact in this area, earning him recognition and praise from both the media and his peers.
Fitzgibbons, a United States Marine and Iraq War Veteran, possess knowledge that makes him a sought-after expert in the field of missing persons investigations. His dedication to his work and commitment to finding answers for families in distress over the years with Kingsman have led to numerous successful outcomes. Brian’s ability to handle complex cases with empathy, sensitivity, and determination has earned him the trust and respect of those he works with.
As an expert panelist on crime stories, Brian has been featured alongside renowned figures like Nancy Grace, providing insights and analysis on high-profile cases. His contributions to these discussions shed light on the challenges and importance of locating missing girls, and his expertise enhances public awareness and understanding of the issue.
Find a Missing Person with USPA’s Highly Sought After Investigators from Kingsman
Teen runaways are a growing concern in our society. Many factors contribute to their decision to leave home, ranging from family conflicts to peer pressure. It’s essential to act quickly and efficiently when a teenager goes missing, as their safety and well-being are at stake.
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The Role of USPA’s Missing Persons Unit (Investigators, Intelligence Agents with Decades Finding People)
Our Missing Persons Unit is equipped with the expertise and resources to handle cases involving missing teenagers. We work closely with law enforcement agencies, utilize advanced technology, and employ experienced investigators who are well-versed in locating runaway teens.
Our Advantage over other Missing Persons Services (Navy SEALs, Army Rangers, Intelligence Agents)
USPA is the founding company of Kingsman Philanthropic, a nonprofit featured all over the media for their work in locating predominantly missing girls. Our methods of locating these girls with a high rate of success is what sets us apart from other capable investigators and their teams.
Our Missing Persons Team:
– Intelligence Agents: Our Kingsman are comprised of current and retired intelligence officials and source handlers from the Navy’s Elite SEAL Team 6, as well as current and former special agents and contractors, led by Adam White, the US Army’s face of Military Intelligence.
– NYPD/FBI Joint Human Trafficking Task Force: USPA employs detectives such as Scott Velazquez, retired from the NYPD’s most elite unit dedicated to investigating and locating missing girls.
Mike Edwards of the Regimental Reconnaissance Company: (the special mission unit of the Army Rangers) USPA’s Director of VIP Security, Mike Edwards, served 18 combat tours with the RRC. His ability to track people who are actively working to evade capture is second to none.
During several combat deployments, Mike served with the 3rd Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment as a rifleman, fire team leader, and assault squad leader. Following a battle in Tal-Afar Iraq in 2005, he received the Purple Heart Medal and the Silver Star Medal. After serving as a Ranger Indoctrination course (selection) cadre for two years, Mike was selected to join the Regimental Reconnaissance Company. As a member of RRC, he had the opportunity to conduct low-vis clandestine reconnaissance and other tactical reconnaissance missions numerous times. As a senior US advisor, he has commanded a fighting force of as many as 700 soldiers. Upon promotion to Master Sergeant in 2011, he served as an Assistant Team Leader in the RRC.
Rodney Brown, Navy SEAL Team 6: On the ground, USPA is led by Rodney Brown, a highly decorated Navy SEAL who worked in the Omega Program, a Joint Special Operations Command & CIA program to hunt for high value targets.
A member of the Navy’s elite Tier-1 Special Mission Unit, SEAL Team 6, Rodney served in the US Navy for 16 years. As a trained sniper and human intelligence specialist, he has been awarded numerous personal awards for valor in combat, including the Bronze Star Medal for Valor and the Joint Service Commendation Medal for Valor.
Michael Evans, Director of Recovery Teams: The initiative is led by USPA and Kingsman Founder, Michael Evans. Kingsman (USPA’s nonprofit wing) was founded in 2005 by Evans, a former law enforcement officer. In 2011, Kingsman refocused their services almost exclusively on missing and trafficked girls when Evans was assigned by the Oprah Network to guard Undercover Reporter Lisa Ling during the filming of a documentary in Washington DC entitled 3AM Girls, an expose on the trafficking of children.
A Message from our CEO
“I have assembled an extraordinary team to address the urgent issue of finding missing people. This team comprises exceptional individuals with diverse backgrounds and specialized skills. Notably, Brian Fitzgibbons, a renowned missing person investigator, brings measurable outcomes to our efforts and is often featured as an expert panelist on Crime Stories with Nancy Grace. Navy SEALs and Army Rangers lead ground operations during searches, leveraging their exceptional leadership and experience in high-pressure situations.
Our team benefits from the expertise of former specialists from various intelligence agencies, military units, local as well as federal law enforcement agencies across the United States. With their combined expertise, knowledge, and unwavering commitment, we are confident in our ability to make a significant impact in addressing this pressing issue.“
Frequently Asked Questions
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Finding a missing person requires a systematic approach. USPA Nationwide Security’s Missing Persons Unit employs a variety of search strategies, including conducting thorough investigations, utilizing online platforms and social media, and collaborating with community organizations. We leave no stone unturned in our quest to reunite families.
Our unit believes in the power of community involvement. We encourage parents, friends, and neighbors to stay vigilant and report any information that could help locate a missing teenager. By working together, we can increase the chances of a successful reunion.
Abduction cases require immediate action, as every passing moment is crucial in ensuring the safe return of the victim. USPA Nationwide Security’s Missing Persons Unit understands the urgency and employs a dedicated team of experts who are trained to handle these sensitive situations.
YES! We work closely with local law enforcement agencies to coordinate efforts and pool resources in the search for a missing person. Our unit has established a strong network of professionals who specialize in various aspects of abduction cases, including forensic analysis, surveillance, and interviewing witnesses.
Technology plays a vital role in solving abduction cases. USPA Nationwide Security’s Missing Persons Unit leverages cutting-edge tools and techniques, such as facial recognition software, geolocation tracking, and data analysis, to gather evidence and track down suspects.
No. This service utilizes the same network of investigators as our nonprofit wing, but for a fee.
Since 2005, we have used a substantial portion of our company’s profit to locate missing girls. Due to the limited funding available,.
All private investigative services are performed under Florida Dept of Agriculture License: A1200006 by our partner, 5326 Consultants.