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  • Career Profile of a Private Investigator

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    A private investigator is a person who can be hired by a person or company to carry out investigative law services. Private investigators usually work for attorneys in civil cases. Many work for insurance companies to investigate doubtful claims. Before the introduction of no-fault divorce, many private investigators were hired to search out evidence of adultery or other misconduct in a marriage on worthy grounds for a divorce. Even though this is not a legal necessity anymore, according to reports

  • A Comparison of Private and Public Criminal Investigation Essay

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    Criminal investigators are professionals in the law enforcement team who try to solve crimes, prevent the occurrence of future crimes, and searching and detaining suspects. The two categories of criminal investigators are private and public criminal investigators. The level of training that these professionals go through is different which leads us to the differences between public and private criminal investigations. Differences and Similarities One major difference between public and private

  • Criminal Investigators

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    Criminal Investigators As a Detective, their job is to serve and protect the law all costs. There are many factors that play into being a protector of the law, and its honorable citizens. When you think about detectives, what is the first thing pops up in your mind? Detectives must work in sometimes tough situations depending on where they get assigned. Now police, patrol the street and keep a look out for traffic violations while the Detectives go out into the field and try to dig up facts to help

  • Law Enforcement Foundations and Similar Programs

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    testing that were specific to the Agency that they applied to. Security Guards and Private Investigators had fewer requirements to obtain Licensing. Adults with a Clean Criminal Record and providing the associated fee would send a Passport type photo in the mail and receive their Security/P.I. License within weeks of their application. Present Legislation surrounding Policing and Security Guards/Private Investigators requires candidates to undergo a battery of tests and/or training before even being considered

  • Why Surveillance Is Important

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    Surveillance occupies a major portion of the typical private investigator's day, and is one of their most important tasks. Here are a few hints and tips for any new or aspiring private investigator to help improve their surveillance skills: It's not exactly thrilling sitting all night in your car checking on someone who says his recent accident means he is house-bound, while the insurance company suspects the claimant is still running a night-time taxi business from home. A colleague who specializes

  • Crime Scene Investigator Vs. Criminal Investigator

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    Crime Scene Investigator vs. Criminal Investigator For the lecture on Crime Scene Investigation and Criminal Investigation we were assigned a cold case reading. This cold case reading entitled “Cold Case Models for Evaluating Unresolved Homicides” written by James Adcock PhD and Sarah Stein PhD outlines cold cases and their nature as well as providing possible protocol for cold case scenarios. Within these cold cases, the main goal is to ultimately solve the investigation. However, it is never that

  • Private Detective Advantages And Disadvantages

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    Private Detectives Private investigators are captivating characters regularly brightly depicted in anecdotal records on screen and in books. On the other hand, the expert examination exchange is a manifestly obvious vocation decision for innumerable a great many individuals around the world. Truth be told, there has never been a superior time to get included in the reconnaissance, insight gathering and secret activities parts as at this moment, since interest for quality laborers is more noteworthy

  • Private Investigator Essay

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    Private Investigator The early history of criminology is also largely a history of people taking matters into their own hands. It has been only relatively recently that society saw the need for a modern police force as we now know it. Even so, the public was still distrustful of uniformed police officers and agencies, and the expense of starting up brand new police departments was cost prohibitive for most governments, including that of the United States. Very quickly, hardworking private citizens

  • Investigator Moffel Case

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    I, Investigator James Poffel was that a shooting just occurred and that a young, white male had been shot in the head and was being transported by Muskogee County EMS workers to Eastar Medical Center Emergency Room for treatment. There were two different locations that patrol officers responded to, Ace’s Convenience Store at 550 N. Main St., where the victim was located, and 2500 N. Main St. where the shooting occurred. I first responded to 550 N. Main St. to make contact with Investigator Don

  • Be A Computer Forensics Investigator

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    So you want to be a Computer Forensics Investigator CI4310: Digital Forensics Principles and Practices Lluís Pérez Carretón K Number: K1329210 Computer forensics is acquiring great importance now a days due to the increasing value of information and the use given. This is why, when a crime is committed, most time information is stored in a digital format. Highlighting its scientific part, computer forensics bases its fundaments within physics, electrical and magnetic laws allowing