Archive for the ‘Private Investigator Library’ Category

Accident Investigations

Scientific Methods for Accident Investigations Most accident investigation authorities impose time and resource constraints, and we can all think of cases where the resulting pressure on investigators has caused poor quality reports. At the same time, our work is increasingly subject to critical review, both in the Press and in the Courts. We need a […]

Computer Forensics

Computer forensics is defined as a branch of forensic science used in discovering legal evidence in digital storage media and computers. The purpose of computer forensics is to identify, recover, preserve, analyze and present the facts gathered through examining digital media. It involves techniques similar to data recovery. However, some additional practices and guidelines are […]

Skip Tracing

Skip Tracing 101 Let’s discuss the basic steps of skiptracing – the process of locating a delinquent customer or debtor who doesn’t wish to be found. These basic steps are for the collector or in-house skiptracer seeking to locate a skip by himself without the aid of an outside skiptracing or private investigation agency. Ultimately, […]

Forensics

Crime Scene Investigation: A Guide for Law Enforcement This guide is intended for use by law enforcement and other responders who have responsibility for protecting crime scenes, preserving physical evidence, and collecting and submitting the evidence for scientific examination. Physical evidence has the potential to play a critical role in the overall investigation and resolution […]

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