“Whistleblowing is more than a passing phenomenon. When properly encouraged, it is a powerful investigative tool and a means to reduce crime and undesirable behavior,” according to PI Eugene Ferraro, founder and former chief executive and ethics officer of Denver-based Convercent, Inc., a global whistleblower hotline service, who shares his expertise in our cover article.
“Getting a new machine is one solution, but that may not be necessary.” Drew Robb shares five ways to beat laptop lethargy. Read More →
“As a new private investigator in 1984, I didn’t join any professional groups because I was so naïve that I thought I knew everything,” PI Magazine’s Associate Editor Jane Cracraft says. She shares useful tips while discussing her adventures into the world of professional investigation associations. Read More →
“Any PI considering assisting a marijuana industry business develop a crime prevention program or investigate potential crimes beyond what law enforcement might do (such as fraud) must take into consideration that they may be violating two federal laws – money laundering and financial proceeds from illegal activities.” Sage advice from the article by PI James […] Read More →