Conflict Social Media Plus

A new screening tool for investigative and HR professionals Often an HR company or business will contract third party researchers to do a Social Media search when hiring an individual. Some companies try and keep the search “in house” but often the person tasked with the search is not properly trained and may just be

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Remote Management: Leading a Team Remotely

The Post Pandemic Landscape As of April 2023, approximately one third of working Americans did so remotely while 41% were working remotely part-time or in a hybrid set up.(1) According to Forbes “This projection suggests a continuous, yet gradual, shift towards remote work arrangements.” Current trends also show that “98% of workers want to work

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The reason you need Identity Theft and Recovery Assistance and Services

Identity theft is running rampant in our country and thieves are finding new methods to acquire information on a daily bases The following is our Comprehensive Introduction Guide to Safeguarding Your Identity and Recovery: In today’s digital age, where personal information is stored and exchanged online, the risk of identity theft and fraud is ever-present.

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The Stop CSAM Act in the United States and how it affects the investigative community

Recently, reports were released about the Stop CSAM (Child Sex Abuse Material) Act and its pending vote to become a law in the United States. Its predecessor, Masha’s Law gave victims the right to recover civil damages in United States Federal Court. The Amy Vicky and Andy Act established a minimum amount of compensation for

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The Benefits of MV Accident Site Video Recovery

The eternal question for any investigator is always “Who done it?” Through literature and movies, you can always see the protagonist investigator trying to solve a crime or establish how something happened. In reality, we have a cheat tool. It’s known as video evidence. Assuming you can authenticate the footage, there is no better way

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Case Management Organization

We’ve all been there and seen it. The cluttered offices, files stacked on desks higher than the average person can look over or walls lined with old and dilapidated file cabinets containing case files from eons past. For some of us, this is just the normal working environment and for others it’s like an episode

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The Importance of the New Case Intake and the Investigator

I started off in this business in 2001 just shortly after 9-11. Job prospects were bleak, but I found a home a plaintiff personal injury firm in the Bronx, NY. I had my degree from John Jay College of Criminal justice and after graduating, I managed to scrape together a few years of investigative experience.

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