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Private Investigators Safe From New Utah Law Limiting GPS Tracking

By Stephanie Irvine Although many private investigators rely on old-school techniques to surveil subjects, they often incorporate newer technology to assist them in their work. Some of that technology includes GPS trackers, which can discreetly be placed unknowingly on a subject’s car, transmitting data to the PI about the vehicle’s location, and presumably the target…

Historical Scene Canvassing Using Body Cams

By Steven Mason Editor’s Note: This article was written by Steven Mason of Mason Investigative Solutions about historical scene canvassing using body cameras. The opinions expressed here belong to Steven Mason. As private investigators, oftentimes we begin our investigation long after the incident in question. Some investigations commence days after, others years. What’s common among…

Top 18 Niche Online Tools for Private Investigators

By Kieffer Ramirez Editor’s note: This article was written by Kieffer Ramirez Director of IT and Investigations at Tio Square Inc.. The opinions expressed here belong to Kieffer Ramirez. While there are many online resources offering information about people for a small cost, private investigators typically only utilize a few at a time and their…

Lending Your Voice: Standing up for the Wrongly Convicted

By ServeNow Staff On July 17, 1982, a black man on a bicycle approached a young woman. The man, who the woman described as a “total stranger,” brutally attacked her and bragged during the assault that he “had a white girl.” Time would tell that these words would unwittingly determine the fate of another uninvolved…

Hiring a Private Investigator: Spending Your Money Wisely

By Carie McMichael Editor’s note: This article was written by Carie McMichael of Lauth Investigations International. The opinions expressed here belong to Carie McMichael. When encountering a personal or corporate crisis, many individuals and business owners are unsure where to turn. Without the skills and expertise to formulate a solution, it’s common for those persons…

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…