Hot Topics in Investigation: a Poll on Getting New Clients, Schools Hiring PIs, and More.
Private investigators are constantly in the news and a very active group on social media. This week's hot topics include a school system's decision to hire private investigators, a question of whether or not technology will ever be surveillance proof, a poll on the most effective way to get new clients, and more. Here are just a few things investigators are talking about online:
School system hires private investigators
A North Carolina school has hired private investigators to look into parents who may be providing false addresses in order to keep their kids in specific schools.
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Will technology ever be surveillance proof?
As an organization attempts to create a surveillance-proof smartphone app, the question is raised: will technology ever be surveillance proof?
CPAs may be looking at private investigator requirements.
Some Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), particularly those that practice forensic accounting, may be violating PI licensing laws without even realizing it.
Poll: What is the most effective way to get new clients?
The poll has spurred votes and a long discussion in which private investigators are sharing what has and hasn't worked for them.
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How solicitors and investigators can work together
The article discusses some of the similarities between solicitors and investigators and how they can work together to boost business.
This Week's Top Commenters
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Up and coming conversations you won't want to miss
Here are just a few of the conversations happening right now:
- Finding 1 of 45,616 John Smiths
- How investigators are capitalizing on police force budget cuts
- Couple finds happiness in starting a new PI business
- Colorado employers cannot ask for access to employee social data
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