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Justice Found Inc. was born out of a societal need, a need to help families who are struggling with the financial and emotional burden of an investigation into a loved one's death. A need to help the families of a loved one who is wrongfully accused and convicted.
In the United States, it is estimated that 2.3 to 5 percent of all US prisoners are innocent. This means as many as 120,000 people may be incarcerated because of a wrongful accusation or conviction.
We strive to bring justice to the wrongfully accused and to the families who are dealing with a loved one's wrongfully classified cause of death.
Justice Found Inc. is a 501c3 organization created to assist families to find answers to their questions. As a 501c3, Justice Found uses private and public donations to fund the very expensive process of investigating cases for families who cannot afford the services of private investigators.
Thousands of cases each year are not investigated or are under-investigated simply due to manpower issues and time constraints placed on local, state, and federal law enforcement.
Justice Found seeks to bridge the gap between the private sector and the government to ease the burden of costly and manpower intensive cases by using donations to help fund investigations.
Justice Found is the brainchild of three of the members who all had successful careers in law enforcement and private investigations. Through their careers and experience they saw the undeniable need for a non-profit type organization to help families struggling to find answers. These same families don’t know where to turn when investigative leads have run out and when cases have gone cold.
Justice Found's founding members have a combined 100+ years of experience in law enforcement and private investigations. Having investigated everything from domestic cases, missing persons, homicides, suicides, sex crimes and everything in between.
Justice Found seeks to find the answers to the myriad of unanswered questions. Whether a wrongfully accused or convicted person, a missing or exploited child (visit missingusa.org), wrongfully classified death investigation, or an unsolved murder/death, the families deserve answers, and EVERYONE deserves Justice.
As a law enforcement officer for over 29 years, Kevin Wyatt spent the majority of his time as an investigator/detective. He was a patrolman, trainer and Detective. Kevin also worked for the Utah Insurance Fraud Division where he investigated hundreds, if not thousands of cases. He is a certified Utah Police Academy instructor and taught firearms and Emergency Vehicle Operations. Kevin owns and operates EyesOn Private Investigations and specializes in family law, criminal defense, death investigations and insurance investigations. He was elected President of Private Investigators Association of Utah (PIAU) for a second term in April 2017.
Doug Larsen has close to 30 years of experience in various phases of law enforcement. Throughout his career, he has facilitated the execution of distinctive law enforcement training initiatives, including the streamlining of operations, creating policy, and managing fleet operations and staff on a state-wide basis. He was solely responsible for developing curriculum and adapting technology to meet all training and legal requirements. Doug has been recognized throughout the world regarding law enforcement training, receiving several awards for his contributions to the law enforcement community and several awards for most innovative simulation product.
Mark Birch started his career in the Utah State Youth Corrections secured facilities as a counselor. He became a Police Officer with the City of Lehi Utah where he worked in many positions of law enforcement, including Patrol, Investigations, S.W.A.T., Major Crimes Task Force, FBI Identity Fraud Task Force and the Utah County Sex Crimes Task Force. After Mark retired from Law Enforcement, he became a licensed Private Investigator in the state of Utah. Mark also runs a Contract Security Company.