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20 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Private Investigator

By Brian Sabol Over the years, we have written dozens of blog posts in order to answer some burning questions people have had about private investigators. Now I’ve decided to put these answers into one convenient list: 1Do private investigators need to be licensed? In most states, yes; 45 of the 50 states require a…

The Time a Private Investigator Was Hired to Follow a Private Investigator

By Brian Willingham Two years ago as of April, I was scrolling through my Facebook feed when I came across an upset parent in my local community who was claiming that a private investigator in a white SUV had been parked in front of her house all day. The police were called and confirmed that…

20 Risks of Hiring a Private Investigator

By Brian Willingham We have written extensively about the benefits of hiring a private investigator, but there are some inherent risks you may have never thought about. 1Getting Caught If you are trying to conduct a discreet investigation, such as doing surveillance, there is always a chance that the investigator will get caught red-handed. Similarly,…

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,…

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…

9 Simple Rules of a Private Investigator, That You Won’t See on TV

By Brian Willingham 1Don’t waiver from your ethical core values. 2Don’t impersonate another human being. 3Don’t do anything that is illegal or something that falls within the “grey area” of legality. 4Your reputation and your word are all you have; use them wisely. 5Don’t take on anything just for the money. 6Situations dictate tactics. 7If…

When a Client Asks a Private Investigator to Do Something Illegal

By Kimberly Faber It’s a common, media-driven misconception about private investigators: that they either can obtain private information or that they are willing to break the law in order to get it. Many people do not realize that there are laws surrounding audio and video surveillance, obtaining text message and phone records, accessing medical records,…

NCISS Legislative Update

By Dean Beers The NCISS bi-monthly newsletter, The eAdvocate, is available online at http://conta.cc/2otI7wW President’s Message – Terry Myer, Sr. NEW! Members Only Page Slideshow and Photos of Hit the Hill / Annual Meeting Elections of Officers and Directors Awards Luncheon Thanks to our Hit the Hill Speakers Special Thanks from Hit the Hill Thanks…