All you have to do is Google “become a private investigator” to find all sorts of blogs, books and sites dedicated to showing you how to become your own, self-employed private eye. Trouble is, most of the advice given to prospective investigators involves searching the Internet for leads and practicing following people without detection – and most of the “tips” are based on the old, outdated stereotypes.
After decades in the business, knows there is a level of skill, knowledge and resources that separates the professionals from the wannabes.
Professional investigators have specialists and experts on call:
Personal asset search investigators
Divorce asset investigators
Child custody investigators
Handwriting analysis experts
Computer forensics specialists
Certified computer examiners
Technical Surveillance Countermeasures experts
Social media engineers
Extensive data bases that are costly and only available [...]