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Who is a Detective? Detective is an investigator, either a member of a police agency or a private person. Private detectives usually operate commercially and are licensed.
Fictional Detectives The first two Bond film adaptations featured more investigative work than their successors
Miranda Warning A police warning that is given to criminal suspects
Private Detectives: Nature of Work Private detectives and investigators offer many services, including executive, corporate, and celebrity protection; pre-employment verification; and individual background profiles.
Data Profiling Data profiling is used in security, law enforcement and intelligence operations for a variety of applications — for example, to assess "trust" for security clearances or to grant authorization etc.
Background Screening Companies hire services of investigating agencies or background screening agencies for a fee. Many commercial websites offer specific searches for employers based on their requirements.
Process Serving The legal procedures in the United States of America require that each party involved in a case needs to be duly notified of any action that can be taken against them in a court of law
Identity Theft In 2004, over 9.9 million Americans were victims of identity theft scams and close to $5 billion were lost.
Skip Tracing A skip tracer’s services may be required to – repossess something like a mobile home, collect outstanding debts, find life insurance beneficiaries, locate a long lost friend
How to Become a Private Investigator Though there are no formal qualifications required to become a private investigator, it is advantageous to have good general education.
Why do you need a private investigator? Private investigations are deemed legal or at least not disallowed in most of the world today. It's a known fact that the legal proceedings sometimes go inconclusive due to a lack of strong evidence.
What are signs of a cheating spouse? Generally these signs are displayed unknowingly by the cheater, therefore, it is easy to spot these sudden changes in behavior. These signs should only be used as a tool to gauge your suspicions.
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