We’re always looking for ways to help PIs stay on the right side of the law and avoid any issues that come with accidentally breaking laws. That could mean failing to solve a case, rendering evidence useless in court –
Private investigators can juggle a lot out on the job. That includes managing notes, using the right surveillance equipment, mapping out an area, and much more. But PIs should also be mindful of their own safety and health when working.
There’s a particularly powerful tool in a PI’s arsenal for winning new cases – the free consultation. If there’s one thing that potential clients have, it’s questions. New clients in particular will want to know a lot about you, your
We saw a new surge of private investigator demand during COVID-19 for jobs like investigating work-at-home employees, and surges after the lockdowns ended for industries like renting, where landlords want careful vetting of potential tenants. If you’ve been accepting new
Missing person services are a common offering for private investigators, and many highlight that capability on their websites, social media, and more. If you’re here, you may already know the basics about taking on a missing person case, how to
A corner of the private investigation market is larger than ever in 2022 – working with landlords and property management. Landlords are more focused on security than ever before, and deeply invested in finding reliable, safe tenants for their properties.
Are you ready to dive into more surveillance best practices? Let’s take a look at advice on how to start modern surveillance efficiently – and how to avoid any risks along the way. These tips will help you gather information
PIs are very familiar with hunting down online information about specific people. That involves a lot of different strategies – from using subscription databases to creating fake social media profiles. Jobs may also involve trying to recover emails, photos, or