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How Private Investigators Help with Police Investigations

Despite what you see on television and in movies, most private investigators (PIs) do not believe they are above the law and break the rules to solve crimes. Instead, licensed private investigators strictly follow the laws and use their valuable skills and expertise...

Private Investigator Terminology 101

Ever wonder what your private investigator (PI) is talking about when they use terms like "coldline" or "garbology"? Don't feel bad! Private investigators typically use their own terminology and slang that may be confusing to those that aren't in the investigative or...

Why is Tenant Screening Important?

Are you planning on renting or leasing your property to a tenant? If yes, then it's important to conduct tenant screenings to help ensure your property will be properly taken care of and you will be paid on time for rent. These screenings are a type of background...

How to Find a Great Private Investigator

When you are looking for a private investigator, it's important to hire someone that will solve your problems as effectively and quickly as possible. With 94,000 private investigators employed in the U.S., it can be overwhelming to hire someone that is trustworthy,...

Why You Need a Private Investigator

With an estimated 94,000 private investigators in the U.S., it's no surprise that individuals, small businesses, and big companies hire these experts when services, such as investigations, background checks, fingerprinting, and drug screenings are required. Whether...

Local governments providing hazard pay, stipends for first responders

In March, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said hazard pay for first responders could be considered for future legislation to address the COVID-19 national emergency. As federal officials continue working to implement the third COVID-19 stimulus package, several...

A primer on gun retention

Every year, law enforcement officers are feloniously murdered in the line of duty, most commonly by gunfire. Some fallen officers had their firearms taken from them and were subsequently killed by their own guns. In this article, I offer five steps for improving gun...

How simulators can help your agency maintain training during a crisis

Police work is an up-close-and-personal kind of business. So when an infectious disease crisis like COVID-19 requires police officers to keep their distance from each other, altering their routines to cope with this threat without compromising their skills is no...