Missing Person Statistics In The United States:
In 2006 the National Crime Information's Center (NCIC) Missing Person's File received over 137,000 missing person's reports from law enforcement agencies across the United States. These reports were filed by family members and loved ones whom believed, "there was physical concern" for the missing person, as well as "person who are missing whose physical safety may be in danger". Additionally, more than 22,915 reports were filed for person's whose "disappearance may not have been voluntary i.e. abduction or kidnapping". On average, a staggering 438 people were reported missing each day across the United States.
Personal GPS Tracking & Locating Devices:
Personal GPS satellite tracking devices add an additional layer of security to any person in possession of one of these devices. These covert tracking devices are easy to use as well as have a longer than average battery life. You can locate the person carrying these devices from any web enabled computer, its as simple as logging in and locating.