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Tech Advancements Aid Private Investigators

By Rachel Stinson The process of investigating has long been a tedious and difficult job where investigators regularly face multiple obstacles. Following people without being seen, photographing them, and tracking their activity can be quite difficult. The rise of technology has helped revolutionize the investigation industry, as is typical with whatever area technology crosses into.…

Importance of Accurate Background Checks

By Stephanie Irvine For many private investigators, background checks are a staple service offering. There are a variety of different types of background checks, but in each, a qualified private investigator is capable of retrieving and assessing the results. Accuracy is critical when it comes to background checks because the results, if inaccurate, can be…

What is Covert and Overt Body Armor?

By Tom Bowman Body armor vests are composed of two sections– the outer carrier and the inner plates. The inner plates are the pieces that provide the actual protection, but the carrier is essential because it holds the pieces in place. The different colors and materials body armor carriers come in each have their own…

16 Things You Should Know About Court Records

By Kimberly Faber When it comes to how court records are organized, which search methods work best, and how these records can supplement an investigation, there is a lot of information out there. Nearly every investigation conference we’ve attended has had a track on court records, and we hear time and time again that the…

Private Investigator Physical Gear

By Stephanie Irvine When you work as a private investigator, you need to have the right equipment to do your job efficiently and effectively. When most people think of a private eye, they might immediately think of binoculars. And it’s not just a cliche — there are several pieces of equipment that you will need…

What You Need to Know About Investigating Workers Compensation Cases

By Stephanie Irvine For Private Investigators, investigating workers compensation cases requires ingenuity and time. When a worker is injured on the job, they may be entitled to benefits, including but not limited to, medical bill payment, compensation for time off, and/or other financial benefits. There are two types of workers compensation fraud cases: those in…

5 Ballistic Safety Tips for Private Investigators

By Chris Taylor Private investigators enter the field from various backgrounds. Many have a history with the police, or with the military – time spent in such challenging sectors can certainly help prepare them for the range of risks they may encounter from time to time. While most of us might have a specific idea…

Private Investigator Branding

By PInow Staff Investigators have a plethora of knowledge and unique insight that can provide much-needed help to other investigators or those under investigation. Your depth of knowledge is a valuable resource that aids others and answers their most sensitive questions. However, if your online website and brand are obsolete or nonexistent, that expertise will…

Confessions of a Private Eye: The Author’s Insight

By Scott Fulmer At the age of eight, I discovered The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and a popular children’s book series called The Three Investigators. They were hidden on the dusty shelves of my elementary school library. To say I was hooked would be an understatement. From then on, I wanted to be a private…

Identity Fraud: How a PI can Help

By Stephanie Irvine As tax season is upon us, unscrupulous individuals may attempt to steal your identity in order to get your tax refund or even a job. This issue is so big that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) even created a Tax Identity Awareness Week from January 29th — February 2, 2018 to help…