Corporate Measures has conducted many successful recoveries and have recovered children from countries all over the world. Successful child recovery relies not only upon an understanding of relevant laws and regulations where a child has been taken to, but also a good working knowledge of the country where the recovery will take place. In addition, an understanding of the psychological and emotional trauma placed on the child and parent must be considered.. This service requires logistical planning and it is therefore essential that all legal steps to recover the child locally have been exhausted by the client. Corporate Measures is committed to providing a professional and quality service, achieved by innovative and dynamic approaches, through the cross-fertilization of a wide range of resources and technical support. Our capabilities in conducting individual and joint operations with associated professional organizations, ensures that all the client requirements, safety and emotional needs are met.
The Hague Convention
With every country operating its own judicial systems and laws, (where no treaties or conventions exist), original custody and/or restraining orders may not be recognized where the child has been abducted to.
Judicial cooperation between states and countries can be highly contentious, and sadly, in countries where no treaties or conventions exist, the issue of child abduction is a prime example of the limitations in international cooperation.