South Bend Tribune reporter Robin Toepp has written a short, interesting interview with local private investigator Steve Radde about the P.I. profession. The article is available @ Investigator takes interesting with mundane.
The American Daily is reporting that high-profile private eye to the stars Tony Pellicano is the subject of an ongoing federal investigation into illegal wiretapping. The investigation has the potential to include a who’s who list of entertainment and political celebrity figures. From the article — There are probably two private detectives who are considered […]
John Christoffersen from the Associated Press has written an article on some problems with information provided to employers by criminal background check providers. Lawsuits are resulting from errors in criminal records that show people with criminal and felony convictions in cases where none exist and show convicted criminals and sex offenders with a clean record. […]
Pat Burson from the Seattle Times has written an excellent article on ways to catch a cheating wife or cheating husband. The article discusses the use of high tech spy gadgets, including GPS tracking systems and newly-available chips that can be placed in your spouse’s cell phone to secretly record conversations, to buying infidelity kits; […]
The Jan/Feb 2006 issue of Professional Investigator Magazine includes articles on investigating sexual harrassment cases; spyware; developing and managing informants; satellite images; evaluating expert witnesses; approaching adverse witnesses and the death of landlines. PI Magazine