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Archive for July, 2013:

Canadian Receives Steep Fines for Unlicensed PI Work

Published on July 18th, 2013
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A Windsor, Ontario, woman who allegedly conducted unlicensed private investigation activity is ordered to pay $17,500.  That is according to The Windsor Star ( The Star reports Shannon Turner did not show up for court and split with her attorney before her conviction Tuesday.  She was fined $5,000 on two counts, $2,500 on another two […]

Kansas City, Missouri, Police Chief Appeals to the Community

Published on July 12th, 2013
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Kansas City, Missouri, police chief Darryl Forte does not want our city to make history for the wrong reasons.  With the verdict at hand in the Sanford, Florida, George Zimmerman trial, Forte is asking citizens to show some responsibility. George Zimmerman is accused of murdering black teen Trayvon Martin on February 20, 2012. Chief Forte […]

Think Before You Tape

Published on July 11th, 2013
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I get calls on occasion that either want me to discreetly audiotape or videotape someone for them in a private area, or tell me they have done that. The most common private area for audio taping is inside a car.  I will not do it and you should not either unless you want to become […]

New Study Says Married Women Are Cheating More

Published on July 5th, 2013
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A study recently released claims that the gap between married women that are cheating and married men cheating is narrowing. The National Opinion Research Center’s General Social Survey says 14.7% of the married women sampled in 2010 admitted to an extramarital affair, up 40% from the past two decades.  That same study says that the 21% […]

Is Your PI a Convicted Criminal?

Published on July 1st, 2013
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Wow, could there be some private investigators out there who are actually ex-cons? Could some even be felons? Yes, it happens, You would think that those of us who have gotten licensed and are operating legally would have a clean criminal past.  However, whether some private detectives get turned down for licensing or not, they […]