License Plate Recognition Technology for Private Investigators

By PInow Staff For private investigators, part of the job is staying up-to-date with the latest technology that enables efficient investigations. License plate recognition (LPR) technology is definitely one to keep on the radar as it enables users to keep tabs on specific vehicles without planting a tracker. In fact, this technology is so effective that it stirs conversations about

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Resuming Investigations Safely

By PInow Staff Even as the nation begins to loosen stay-at-home policies, we’re far from returning to normalcy. Business will resume but it will likely look different than it did before. If you have a physical office and staff, this may mean taking precautions to keep you, your employees, and your clients safe. Even if you’re a one-man show, the

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Do Private Investigators Need to be Licensed? (2020)

By Brian Willingham This was originally posted in September 2013, but updated in May 2020 with new information. Of the 50 states in the United States of America, 45 states (and the District of Columbia) require a private investigator to have a license in order to perform his or her investigative duties. States that do not require a license: After

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20 Risks of Hiring a Private Investigator

By Brian Willingham We have written extensively about the benefits of hiring a private investigator, but there are some inherent risks you may have never thought about. 1Getting Caught If you are trying to conduct a discreet investigation, such as doing surveillance, there is always a chance that the investigator will get caught red-handed. Similarly, if you are making discreet

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Delivery

Now we wait. It’s just a waiting game, you just want for the food to be delivered. It was a difficult order, but it was something that had to be done, and this would last a while, of course it wasn’t going to be eaten, well maybe some of it. The idea was to talk to the delivery guy, you

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