Do you know what your kids are doing?
by John Rafferty
Oct 28, 2013 | 1483 views | 0 0 comments | 109 109 recommendations | email to a friend | print
John Rafferty is a retired NYPD lieutenant. He formed Watch Guard 24/7, a private investigation and security company, in 2009.
John Rafferty is a retired NYPD lieutenant. He formed Watch Guard 24/7, a private investigation and security company, in 2009.
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We understand that in most families both parents need to work in order to pay the bills. However, many times this leads to children being unsupervised for extended periods of time.

Many times parents don’t know where there child is, who they are with and what they are doing. This can produce a terrible outcome.

Unfortunately, we see cases quite frequently where the parent claims that they never knew about problems and issues that their children had before it’s too late. Many parents suspect their child may be involved in certain activity that they would not approve of, but are unsure of what steps to take.

Everyday in the news, we see children being arrested for crimes that their families were unaware of. In addition, you see children falling victim to child abuse, abductions and other horrific crimes.

We suggest verifying what your child says they are doing and where they are going. The safety of your child needs to be paramount. Show up discreetly to see who they are with and what are they doing.

We suggest utilizing a trained professional to follow your child, but you can also attempt this on your own. We would suggest to parents to rent a car or borrow a vehicle and follow your child to ensure that they are not going to be the next person you see on the news.

We recommend contacting a private investigation company of the suspicions you may have regarding your child and be guided by their advice.

These investigations are quite common in the private investigation field. We are able to show you via video and photographic evidence what exactly your child is doing and how they are conducting themselves. Wouldn’t you like to know if they are drinking, doing drugs or even worse?

Finally, many parents miss the warning signs and do not know what to look for. It is very important to identify the problem before it goes too far. Unfortunately, many parents believe their child would never be involved in certain activities or crimes.

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