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How To Find Lost People Online

When it comes to finding lost people, there are more than a few things that you should have in mind in order you can obtain useful information that lead you to get successful results. There are official and investigation departments –in police departments—which can help you in following the protocol you should implement when you are looking for a lost people. There are different situations where you need to report a lost people and there are several countries and cities where someone is considered a lost people after 48 hours you cannot have contact. However, if you have a son, husband, friend and someone that is under your responsibility or live with you at home, it is important that you can have the assistance of police department instead trying to solve thing by your own effort. However, it is very significant that while the police are in charge of the situation, you can do the following things. Learn more

Crowdsourcing has been used for everything from drafting a constitution to creating Super Bowl ads. But can it also be used to solve crimes?

That’s the hope of Morgan Wright, who spent 18 years working in law enforcement and will soon launch a new initiative that aims to use the power of the crowd to catch criminals.

Wright, who is now Chief Crime Fighter at Crowdsourced Investigations, says he was inspired in part by a Mashable article about how commenters on a blog were able to help pinpoint a car involved in a fatal hit and run accident.

He thinks that our social networking addiction is creating what can ultimately be a vast crime fighting network, by connecting people (witnesses) to the locations, dates, times and photos that are instrumental in solving crimes.

Learn more about Wright’s project in the video above, and subscribe to his Twitter or Facebook page for updat