Saturday, February 20, 2010

Long Island Private Investigator - Suffolk County Private Investigator Tinted Windows

Oh here we go again.
Lots of talk on the IRC channel about the pros and cons of tinted windows. You all know my opinion. Anything added to a vehicle makes it stand out. Tint makes your vehicle noticeable and memorable. You can argue the point, but I have debriefed hundreds of counter surveillance experts (you know who: the bad guys) and in their counter surveillance training in South America, tint is a area covered.
Best case is to get a mini van that has factory tint and sit in the back while stationary. Works well.

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Thursday, September 3, 2009

Private Investigator Long Island New Site - Suffolk County Private Investigator.com

Announcing a new site to replace this five year old site. See our new site here.

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Friday, July 17, 2009

Summer Surveillance at Beaches - Private Investigator Long Island 516-795-3368

With summer in full swing, we have had several beach surveillances conducted in Nassau and Suffolk County. We have had some interesting findings..very interesting.
If you need it that bad, I assure you, the dunes are not private enough!
Enjoy

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Tuesday, March 31, 2009

A Career In Private Investigations as a Private Investigator

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We receive several calls weekly from people interested in becoming private investigators.
A career in private investigations can consist of several positions. If you choose to become an investigator, working out in the field, then experience is a must in NY, in order to obtain a license. It is law in New York and most other places, to obtain a license to be a private investigator. For those individuals who have prior law enforcement experience,obtaining a license is fairly simple since you already meet the requirements. But for those inexperienced people looking to break into the filed, it is more difficult to qualify.
The only advice I can give is to call and send resumes to as many established agencies as possible, seeking employment. You do not need to be licensed if you are an employee of a licensed agency. After you complete the specific amount of time required by the state, you can then take the steps to apply for a license.

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Private Investigator Long Island - TrueScoop on Facebook

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There is a new app on Facebook called TrueScoop that allows Facebook account holders to search for quite a bit of private information including criminal records. There is some information stating that this is NOT a substitute for a true criminal background or any background check. But will people realize this?
Am I the only one who sees the potential problems with this service? This is surely no substitution for a REAL criminal background investigation using the tools of our trade and going straight for the court systems for accurate records. Privater Investigators sound off.

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Saturday, February 7, 2009

Private Investigator Long Island : Google Latitude

Google Latitude is out for mobile devices. This sure does bring up privacy issues and concerns. Seems the more technology we use, the less private our lives have become. Any thoughts? Sound off!

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Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Private Investigator Long Island - Holiday Shopping and Keeping Safe

Here's an article I found while scanning sites for Holiday Safety:

Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Private Investigator Suffolk County Nassau Long Island - Wall Of Shame Update

As you know we have been following this closely. The latest news is that Nassau County has fired up the wall of shame again, but this time it lists only those convicted of the DWI type offenses. This seems much more acceptable, doesn't it? I wonder why it's limited to DWI?
Sound off!

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Friday, October 31, 2008

Wall Of Shame Taken Down! - Post By Private Investigator Long Island

Sound off!
The Nassau County powers that be, have decided to take down and discontinue The Wall of Shame.
What do you think?
So far, most replies agree with the decision.

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Thursday, October 9, 2008

Private Investigator Suffolk County Nassau Long Island - DWI Wall of Shame

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Nassau County officials recently unveiled a new program. This program targets DWI arrests. What the county is doing, is posting arrest photos and personal info of anyone caught driving while intoxicated. Notice I wrote "arrested" and not "convicted." Herein lies the debate:
Recently, a woman was involved in an accident. When the police responded, they interviewed her, the driver, and subjected her to a breath test, which she passed. Based on her demeanor or actions, or whatever they viewed, they arrested her based on the assumption she was driving while under the influence of some unknown drug. Her photo and personal information were posted on the "Wall" and displayed on Newsday's (our Long Island paper)web site and for all intents and purposes, labeled a drug user.
Well, guess what? She was a diabetic who was having some sort of diabetic illness at the time, accounting for her accident and actions. She was completely innocent and all charges were dropped. County officials simply said "sorry."
I would guess this woman will file a legal suit, as I believe she should.
So, please sound off! What do you think of this policy? Should people be subject to this type of public embarrassment BEFORE they are convicted?

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Sunday, August 24, 2008

Minimum Retainer Fee Lifted! - Private Investigator Suffolk County Nassau County

No Minimum Retainer or Hours Fee!

Effective August 24, 2008, Long Island Investigations, Inc. has initiated a new policy with regards to minimum retainers. We no longer have a minimum retainer/hours policy for surveillance cases. Cases such as child custody surveillance, locates, photo evidence, cheating spouses and workers compensation cases will be reviewed along with the client's input, to determine the actual hours required to begin a case.
Thank you to all clients who have requested this policy; we have listened and we have acted.

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Monday, July 28, 2008

Private Investigator Long Island Nassau County Suffolk County - Women Cheat Too!

Here's an article for male victims of infidelity. Caution, there is a bit of foul language.

When It's The Woman

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Sunday, July 20, 2008

Private Investigator Nassau County Private Investigator Suffolk County - New Service Areas Posted

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Please visit our newer site as well, at http://www.privateinvestigatorlongisland.com

With the addition of new investigators based and licensed in New Jersey, we now cover Northern New Jersey and upstate New York. Call anytime516-795-3368 for a free consultation.
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Monday, June 23, 2008

Suffolk County Private Investigator Video Ad

Check out our latest video ads on the web that we quickly threw together:
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Friday, June 20, 2008

Private Investigator Long Island - Advertisement

Hey! Take a look at our ad in today's paper

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