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Deborah van Rooyen - dvr@acertainjustice.com
Global Investigations Specialist

Deborah van Rooyen has worked in the international investigative field for over 30 years, with cases ranging from child abduction recovery to the reuniting of WWII wartime lovers after 60 years to the 10-year cold case resolution of a missing handicapped French/US woman located alive and veiled in Amman, Jordan.

Utilizing her strong global network of intelligence professionals, private investigators, embassy and consulate officials, Interpol, and legal counsel, as well as her ability to work in five languages, Deborah has an impressive record of successful and positive outcomes. Her cases have taken her to South Africa, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, the Netherlands, Germany, Turkey, Great Britain, France, Monaco, Spain, Scandinavia, Poland and Russia.

Her extensive travels throughout the Middle East and Asia, Europe and Africa have helped her to build strong alliances within the international, regional and local communities throughout the globe.

Formerly, Deborah van Rooyen was the Executive Director of the nonprofit organization International Child Abduction Information & Search Agency, Inc. She is also the published author of two memoirs and dozens of articles relating to her cases and the tradecraft of international investigations.

For more publication information, visit the following links:

www.DoveonaBarbedWire.com                       יונה על חוט תיל (Yad Vashem Publications)

PI Magazine "On International Abductions"

Hearst Magazines "Growing up Kidnapped"