Parental child abduction is, simply, any child abduction case in which the abductor is the mother or father. The most common cases of parental child abduction occur after the parents separate or during divorce proceedings. The parent typically fears losing custody of the child in the pending custody hearings, and out of desperation abducts the child and may even flee with the child. Parental child abduction cases become significantly more complicated when they flee to international locations.
Our McCann investigators use a variety of digital surveillance and analysis techniques to determine whether the child was abducted and where he or she may have been taken. Our top priority is to return your child home safe and sound as quickly as possible.