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How A Private Investigator Can Help Family Lawyers

By Haywood Hunt & Associates Inc Family issues are difficult for anyone. There’s just too much emotion involved and its best to get a professional, such as a lawyer, to help you deal with it in the easiest way possible. Having a lawyer is a given when going through a divorce or other family issues,…

How a Private Investigator Can Help Your Divorce Case

By Haywood Hunt & Associates Inc Family issues are difficult for anyone. There’s just too much emotion involved and its best to get a professional, such as a lawyer, to help you deal with it in the easiest way possible. Having a lawyer is a given when going through a divorce or other family issues,…

Living in the Gray: What PIs can Learn from 1422

By PInow Staff Editor’s note: This article was based on an interview with Covert Results owner Robert Young and also takes inspiration from his book, Gray: Rise and Fall of 1422. Before he was a private investigator, Robert “Bobby” Young served as a detective on the Metro Nashville Police Department’s 20th Judicial District Drug Task…

The Latest in TSCM/Bug Sweep Technology

By Paul Cicarella Jr. Editor’s note: This article was written by Paul Cicarella about his certification experience at REI’s Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) training. The opinions expressed here belong to Paul Cicarella. In February of 2019, investigators gathered at the Research Electronics International (REI)’s Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) training to stay on top of today’s…

How to Handle Evidence as a Private Investigator

By Stephanie Irvine For many private investigators, the culmination of the work that they do ends in a courtroom — that is, provided the evidence they collect is handled appropriately and admissible in court. Whether the evidence gathered by a private investigator is for a family law case, insurance fraud, or even to assist in…

The Business of Private Investigations

By John A. Hoda The below is an introduction and summary of a new series of books by John Hoda exploring how to successfully conduct the business side of private investigation. PInow was not involved in the production of these books. Many books, articles, seminars, and conferences deal effectively with different aspects of private investigation,…

Private Investigations for Businesses and Business Owners

By Michele M. Harris Private investigators have a lot to offer professional businesses though these businesses may not realize all the ways investigators can be used. Once business owners get past the myths and stereotypes of our profession, they can obtain useful information that benefits their business. Here are some of the ways private investigators…

NCISS Legislative Update

By Dean and Karen Beers Welcome to Your Advocate Digital Magazine for NCISS members! 2019 Annual Meeting and Hit the Hill Event, Legislative Update, and Member News Visit https://conta.cc/2FoTmiS for details. In this Spring / March 2019 Annual Meeting / Hit the Hill Event special issue: From the President From the Vice Presidents Nominations for…

New Bonding Requirements for New Hampshire Private Investigative Agencies

By Vic Lance A new bill that is currently being discussed in New Hampshire may change the licensing requirements for private investigators, security guards, and bail bondsmen in the state. House Bill 115 was introduced in the New Hampshire House on December 26, 2018 and had its first public hearing at the end of January…

Tried & Tested Investigative Interviewing Techniques

By John A. Hoda Unlike media representations of investigative interviewing, the best tactics don’t require trickery, deceit, or advanced skills in reading body language. Instead, a deeper knowledge of investigative interviews discussed in this article will help you gather between 25% to 50% more facts. Unfortunately, most investigative interviewing today falls into a simple question-answer,…