Seeing Brittany Through Daddy’s Private Eyes The premiere of The New York Times documentary “Controlling Britney Spears” has brought new and explosive revelations to what started two and a half years ago as a small fan-based fringe movement https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/9445049/free-britney-spears-movement-started/ The #FreeBritney campaign has now reached a fever pitch. The documentary features Alex Vlasov, a…
As a professional private investigator and a former Federal agent, it can be very hard for me to watch television. With rare exception, nearly every Hollywood depiction of private investigation and criminal investigation consistently gets it wrong. (I’ve written a few posts about the Hollywood vs. reality aspect of private investigation: here, here and here.)…
Post discusses hidden recording devices in the home, their ease of use and placement, and how to find out if you are being watched or listened to.
Discusses the basics of how hidden surveillance equipment works, the changing types , and what you can do to protect yourself against illegally placed gear.
4 ways employees steal from employers, and what a private investigator can do to help employers in this situation.
A brief overview of what is allowed under the scope of legal workplace surveillance.
A violent and sadistic drug cartel is kidnapping children for organ harvesting and cannibalism. What you can do for missing persons in Mexico.
The wife of a legendary rock star retained us to perform surveillance on him at a concert in LA, to determine if he was having an affair.
After the show, he got the best of us with a surprise shell game.
We eventually caught up with him in Miami and got the evidence the wife was looking for.
Answers to common questions about surveillance services.
We all pay a price for worker’s comp fraud, but businesses shoulder the majority of the costs and responsibly.
Businesses pay higher worker’s comp premiums because insurers pass the high costs of fraud onto their policyholders. Often the premium increases are large and very damaging —especially for smaller businesses that can least afford higher premiums. Workers lose jobs because businesses often must reduce their workforce, move to another state, or even go bankrupt because of higher premiums.