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Even the most competent law enforcement agenices hit a wall in homicide cases. Perhaps witnesses disappear, evidence is mishandled, or the trail just goes cold. Getting an independent set of eyes on your case can mean generation of new leads. Private investigators are also not bound by a single jurisdiction, so they can follow potential suspects from state to state, or even internationally.
Statistic: According to the FBI, only 45% of violent
crimes lead to arrest and prosecution.
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e a comprehensive background report on the relevant Subjects in the case. Lauth’s investigators are trained to view a person’s criminal, financial, address, and litigation history to identify significant risk factors and provide important context to an unsolved homicide through open-source intelligence.
Through crime scene analysis, geosocial surveillance, and thorough documentation, investigators will leave no stone unturned during a homicide investigation.
With the help of verified databases, Lauth’s skip-trace services allow investigators to locate Subjects and relevant parties in any unsolved homicide investigation.
Our investigators are trained in canvassing relevant areas in any investigation. Our investigators interview established witnesses, find new witnesses, and identify the human sources who can be valuable sources of intelligence.
Collaboration with law enforcement
Lauth investigators develop professional rapport with authorities to better investigate your case. From reviewing case reports to interviewing former investigators, Lauth is dedicated to diversifying our investigations for the benefit of our clients.
Missing person investigations
Even if your missing loved one has been presumed deceased by law enforcement, there is still hope for answers. Our CEO, Thomas Lauth, is one of the nation’s foremost experts in missing children and adults, and under his leadership, our investigators are dedicated to bringing some form of closure to the families of missing persons. For more information, please visit our Missing Persons site.
Why clients need our services
Only 45% of violent crimes in the United States lead to arrest and prosecution within the criminal justice system. When a case goes cold, victims and their families have little to no recourse when it comes to seeking closure in tragedy. That’s where Lauth’s private investigators come in. We use due-diligent fact finding and comprehensive intelligence-gathering techniques to review existing information, locate new witnesses, and perform crime scene analysis. With fresh eyes on the case, there is an increased likelihood of new leads, and Lauth’s investigators work to develop rapport with law enforcement in the interest of getting justice for our clients.
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Cold Case Investigations
Cold case investigations describe assignments that remain unsolved, despite the passage of considerable time and the efforts of other professional detectives and/or law enforcement officers. Many private investigators specialize in taking on cold cases, in order to finally settle the puzzling matter and allow all parties to move forward in life.
Cold cases files can describe many different types of assignments, including criminal cases that were abandoned or eventually ignored by police officers. However, other types of cold cases also exist, including a wide range of civil cases that include subject matter ranging from missing persons to judgment recovery efforts.