Pinkerton & Laws in the Community ...
Superintendent Michael Gravengaard and wife Holly share their personal story of their Community Service.
November 17th, the Gravengaard’s first missing child case experience before joining in September 2014. There were two (2) missing teenagers from Ohio. After searching for 35 days they were found in Downtown Jacksonville, Florida. It was life changing for Gravengaards; the rewards are endless…"FOUND SAFE". Michael is a Volunteer for CFSI Burn and Holly volunteers also as Florida State Coordinator and CFSI Burn Division as well.
If you want to help to make a difference in a child's life, to join the Gravengaards, please go to www.cfsimissing.com and fill out the Volunteer Form.
Thank you in Advance.
CFSI Florida for Missing Children www.cfsimissing.com
The Center for Search and Investigation (CFSI) for Missing Children is an approved 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization founded by Chuck Foreman - Special Operations Veteran. Chuck Foreman is a highly decorated combat wounded veteran who saw a need that he felt wasn’t being fully addressed: the safeguarding of children from abduction, child trafficking and exploitation. CFSI is comprised of Advocates who donate their time to raise awareness of the growing epidemic of children that go missing and those that are in danger of child trafficking. The United States Department of Justice reports over 2,100 children go missing each day. The FBI says a third will be victims of Child Trafficking. CFSI, as an organization, wants to change those numbers. When a child is lost or goes missing, CFSI organizes & assembles. It’s a race to see who can get to them first, US or EVIL.
CFSI is a collaboration of 3 divisions that help locate children that have gone missing: CFSI, B.U.R.N. and NOMAD.
CFSI - the investigation division. The investigation team is a network of Professional Investigators and Advocates from around the world. This is the team that facilitates the search and investigation.
Bikers Urban Response Needed (B.U.R.N) - the motorcycle division. The motorcycle team handles the tactical operations for the investigation group and also responds to state-issued Amber Alerts.
NOMAD - the “not found yet” division. The NOMAD team provides support to all State divisions when a child is missing and works to expand the reach of an investigation, providing additional resources as needed when an investigation has gone on for 9+ weeks.
Team CFSI fights endlessly to preserve the innocence that all children deserve throughout the world; NO CHILD should live enslaved, in fear, and alone. Your participation and support of CFSI makes it possible for CFSI to educate the masses, strengthen its numbers and reach children all over the globe. The CFSI mission; what every single Advocate and supporter works for are these two words: FOUND SAFE. CFSI’s involvement in the community has brought 500+ children back to their families.
How many more children in the world can CFSI help get back to their families with your continued support? Chuck Foreman took a stand for what he felt was the right thing to do for our children and CFSI hopes you will do the same.