RADIO Pi’s Classified Interview

Child Retrieval from Parental Abductions

PI’s Declassified!

Episode Description

This week we are listening to private investigation stories from Keith Schafferius. View Keith’s profile.

Thursday at 9 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel

PI’s Declassified! lets you listen in as authentic private investigators discuss their real-life cases.

Every week, private detectives spill the beans, discussing investigator specialties that you wouldn’t even imagine exist!

You’ll hear stories about lies and false confessions, tracking down missing persons,forensics, workplace violence, innocent people freed from prison, human trafficking, and other tantalizing cases.

Tune in to PI’s Declassified! every Thursday at 9 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.

Tune in to hear Keith’s fascinating tales of the risks and rewards he has experienced through his international escapades of travel and intrigue.

Hosted by Francie Koehler, CPI, CCDI

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Francie Koehle

Per capita, Australia has the highest rate of parental abduction in the world with over 100 children abducted by the non-custodian parent each year. British officials report one British child abducted every two days.

The United States Department of Justice reports non-custodial parents are responsible for kidnapping hundreds of children every year. Often it is complicated when the child is removed from their home country.

Australian Private Investigator Keith Schafferius has dedicated his career to retrieving abducted children from all over the world and returning them to their court-ordered custodial parent.

The program was originally aired March 2012 at PI Declassified

Book Title: The Retreiver

The retriever book coverThe controversial and incredible story of the Australian private investigator who retrieves children illegally abducted by one of their own parents. A compelling mix of true crime, thriller and memoir that no parent should miss.

Australia has the highest per capita rate of parental child abductions in the world, with about 150 Australian children abducted each year, according to official figures.

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