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RECORDS RESEARCH
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What is records research?

Records research is the locating of public and private records. The research is a tool for gathering information to support or oppose a point of view.

What do private investigators learn from public and private records?


Vital data like birth, marriage, death, education, addresses past and present, employment history, real property ownership, affiliations-personal and professional, licenses-professional and technical, domestic divorce, support, adoption, inheritance, driver’s license and vehicle registration, military record, personal property ownership-boats airplanes, credit history, bankruptcies, liens, corporate officers, major stockholder, civil and criminal court records, cemeteries and funerals, just to name a few.

INTERVIEWING
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What is interviewing?

Interviewing is the complex process of gathering facts from people that can then become testimonial evidence.

Types of investigations that require interviews.


Theft, situations involving the actions of an individual, missing persons, and situations where an expert could be of assistance

Why do we conduct interviews?


Interviews are conducted to reconstruct a crime or event, to obtain evidence, to connect facts that seem disconnected, to look for leads, to identify facts and to find out what actually happened.

Who do we interview?


Plaintiffs, defendants, witnesses, victims, suspects, subjects of background investigations and experts.

SURVEILLANCE
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What is surveillance?

Surveillance is the art of watching someone, some place, or some object in order to document and identify any contact, activities and whereabouts.

Why do we conduct surveillance?


Surveillance is conducted to prevent a crime, to obtain evidence of a crime, to obtain evidence of wrongful action in a civil suit, to document an individual’s location, to document activities in or around a specific location or building, to obtain information to be used in an interrogation, to gather intelligence as a basis for future action and to obtain information to be used in court.

Types of investigations that require surveillance.


Missing person, worker’s compensation, cheating spouse, vandalism, recurrent theft.