November 13, 2012
My son, Michael Austin Davis went missing June 26, 2007 from Jacksonville, FL. When our family was at it's wits end as to what to do next, and Law Enforcement told us there wasn't a lot more they could do unless new information came we reached out to CUE, made a phone call late one night and Monica answered the phone and when I told her a brief outline of our situation she said, "I can help". Those were the most wonderful words a family can hear, when you feel like you're standing alone, now you have someone that understands, that knows how to get searchers on the ground for your child, and also provides support through all of the emotional ups and downs that every family goes through. So I first knew CUE as a victim, and then I began to assist with Searches, went through trainings, became certified as a SAR Tech II, and as of April 1st, 2012 my K9 Jester is nationally certified in HRD land. I've seen CUE from a Family's point of View and also as a searcher since 2008, and have Highest Respect for all that they do, and the way in which it is done. Every search is prepared for well in advance of the search, all searchers are taken care of, fed, housed and appreciated as they are a vital part of all that CUE accomplishes for Missing Persons.
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