Cold Case Investigators

Tired of waiting on law enforcement to get you the answers you deserve? Frustrated at their pace or lack of investigation due to their backlogged caseloads? What the public doesn’t know is that many law enforcement agencies are shorthanded, and their investigators help with patrol and other coverages within their departments. Most times, law enforcement officials do not have the time or resources to dedicate man hours to a cold case when they have active cases generating new leads. Instead of being one of many cases that an investigator is working on, you will be the sole focus of our attention when you hire Tx2 Security Group to handle your cold case. We understand the sensitive nature of your situation and will leave no rock unturned while searching for your loved one.

So what, exactly, is a cold case? A cold case is a crime or an accident that has not yet been fully solved and is not the subject of a recent criminal investigation, but for which new information could emerge from new witness testimony, re-examined archives, new or retained material evidence, as well as fresh activities of the suspect.

According to Project Cold Case, a study based on reports from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports revealed that between 1980 and 2008, almost 185,000 cases of homicide and non-negligent manslaughter went unsolved. In Texas alone, there were 52,402 homicides and more than 15,000 of those cases were unsolved. With the assist of cold case investigators, that number can be significantly reduced.

Let Tx2 Security Group be the company that takes your loved one out of the cold case files and makes it an active case again—you deserve to know what happened to them and where they are. The experienced professionals on our team have inside connections and access to the records of unsolved criminal matters, meaning we can examine every piece of evidence and information to solve your case.

To learn more about our professional security services or to claim your free consultation, get in touch with our expert officers today.