Top Investigations News, Hot Topics, and More
- November 04, 2012
- by Kimberly Faber
- In the News
- Social Media
Private investigators are constantly in the news and a very active group on social media. This week's hot topics include an article on the five most dangerous investigative assignments, locating birth parents after adoption, a petition to help keep process servers safe, and more. Here are just a few highlights of what the private investigation industry is talking about:
The Five Most Dangerous Investigative Assignments
Surveillance? Executive protection? The investigations that made the Top 5 might surprise you. Be sure to add your most dangerous assignment to the comment stream.
Check out the Top 5
Sign the Petition To Make Assault on a Process Server a Felony in All States
Private investigators who server process and those who support the profession are helping raise awareness about assault. The petition has reached over 650 signatures in less than a month!
10 Ways ESI is Changing the Investigative Industry
One private investigator shares her thoughts on how electronically stored information is changing the way investigators work, collect data, skip trace, and more.
How do you think ESI affects the industry?
Locating Birth Parents After an Adoption
One group member asks where to start and what to ask a client to bring in when starting a search for birth parents. Great tips and thoughts in these comments.
Share your tip
This Week's Top Commenters
Started LinkedIn conversation on finding birth parents
Shared the Dirty DUI 8 Year sentence article
Shared PISPWV article recap with followers
Up and coming conversations you won't want to miss
Here are just a few of the conversations happening right now:
- How Things Work: Lie-Detectors
- Private Investigator profiles killer in the Troy and Donna French homicide
- Identifying the owner of an Arizona cell phone number
- Should investigators have their images online?
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