Posted by Pamela S. on Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
You’ve probably seen these articles: “How to be your own Private Investigator”. There are dozens of sites offering advice on everything from how to spy on your babysitter using a nanny cam, to searching for missing relatives. There are entire books
Posted by Pamela S. on Monday, September 24th, 2012
Can I trust you? I’d like to think so. Many older people believe that the world used to be a safer place, with less crime. If you are from the digital generation, you are too young to have experienced the wonderful world of trust that I am about to s
hare with you. Should we trust people and how to do we protect ourselves without becoming misanthropic?
Posted by Pamela S. on Friday, September 21st, 2012
Today I’ve let my fingers wander from Ontario, Canada to Costa Rica to find some breaking news of interest to our clients. Five fascinating stories are lined up here, just like the cialis salesale!” href=”http://www.gsmnation.com/blog/2012/09/21/the-craze-of-iphone-5-a-spot-in-the-line-is-on-sale/#.UFx8xY2PU8o”>people lined up in front of Apple, waiting for the latest, greatest technology.
Posted by Pamela S. on Thursday, September 20th, 2012
People have a lot of ideas about the private investigation industry, and many of them are false. The questions that we are frequently asked are based on the media and entertainment world’s version of a private investigator. It would be more exciting
if the P.I. life was more like a noir film. It would also be exciting to go diving with sharks. Here are the real facts.
Posted by Pamela S. on Wednesday, September 19th, 2012
Everybody lies, but criminals are practiced at the art of lying. Many crimes begin with a lie, and most end there – “I’m innocent.” I’d be lying right now if I said that there was a foolproof method to detect lies, but there are some techniques you
can learn to help you read people.
Posted by Pamela S. on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
We write about tech news and social media on a regular basis, but it is such an integral part of everyone’s personal and professional life that it is difficult to ignore. What does this have to do with private investigation? Everything. We also spend
much of our lives online, just as you do, and we want to help keep you safe.
Posted by Pamela S. on Monday, September 17th, 2012
Harassment can take many forms. If someone is giving you the kind of attention you don’t want, it can make you feel uncomfortable. Stalking is a dangerous form of harassment and can be life threatening. This is one of those instances where law enforc
ement can’t always help you until something actually happens. There are protective measures you can take to put an end to harassment and avoid becoming a victim.
Posted by Pamela S. on Friday, September 14th, 2012
Most of us are familiar with flash mobs, those groups of people who seemingly appear out of nowhere and put on a performance. They are fun to watch and bring a
smile to everyone’s day. There are flash mobs who gather for more nefarious reasons: the flash rob.
Posted by Pamela S. on Thursday, September 13th, 2012
There is no better place to learn about the advances in new technology than at a trade show. The ASIS International 58th Annu
al Seminar and Exhibition
al Seminar and Exhibitionis happening right now and the latest tech news is spilling from the trade show to the wires.
Posted by Pamela S. on Wednesday, September 12th, 2012
If you are a large corporation, you may not know all of your employees personally. There may be one or two who no one has ever seen. Ghost employees are a type of payroll fraud. An employee listed on payroll doesn’t really work for your company. Ferr
eting out these ghosts, and exposing them is a ghost-busting job for a private investigator and forensic accountant who is a Certified Fraud Examiner.