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Jun 28, 2013

License-plate readers let police collect millions of records on drivers

  When the city of San Leandro, Calif., purchased a license-plate reader for its police department in 2008, computer security consultant Michael Katz-Lacabe asked the city for a record of every time the scanners had ph... (Read More »)
Jun 27, 2013

Jessica Heeringa missing two months, private investigator reveals new clues/ WZZM

It's been 54 days since Jessica Heeringa disappeared from her job at a Norton Shores gas station. The national media attention has gone away and tips are coming in at a much slower pace. If police have a strong theory or eve... (Read More »)
Jun 5, 2013

Parents Hire Private Investigators to Confront Facebook Bullies/ in Internet Safety & Privacy

Parents are willing to do anything to protect their children. In Australia, that can include paying up to $800 a day to private investigators to track down and even confront Facebook users who are bullying their children. Ac... (Read More »)
Jun 4, 2013

Irving School District hired private investigator to check out Board President

Dallas Morning News reporter Avi Selk writes about the Irving school district’s hiring of a private investigator to looking actions by then-board member and now board president Steven Jones. He writes, “Irving I... (Read More »)
Jun 2, 2013

How to tell when someone is lying. from Science Blog.

When someone is acting suspiciously at an airport, subway station or other public space, how can law enforcement officers determine whether he’s up to no good? The ability to effectively detect deception is crucial... (Read More »)
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