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2004 - PI Magazine Issues
#76 Nov/Dec | #75 Sept/Oct | #74 July/Aug | #73 May/June | #72 Mar/Apr | #71 Jan/Feb


 
     Issue #76    November-December 2004    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Wanted Information Jane Cracraft, CLI Cover
36
Concealed Carry Up- Close- The Steve Young-Law Enforcement Officer's Safety Act of 2004 Warren J. Sonne Dept.
27
False Swearing: An Insurance Defense on Fraudulent Claims Barry Zalma Dept.
16
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
50
History of A Gun Bill Warren J. Sonne Dept.
30
Insurance Fraud: A Guide to Getting Cases Prosecuted Daniel Draz Feature
10
Interviewing Adolescents and Young Adults Jean D. Erhardt and Linda M.Grounds, Ph.D. Feature
23
Pi Magazine Special Report: King For the Defense Michael Koryta Dept.
21
Private Investigation in Russia   Dept.
67
Skip Tracing: A Refresher Richard Heinz Feature
42
The Federal "privacy Act" and "freedom of Information Act" As investigative tools Larry Zillox Dept.
32
Where are the Anti-hacker Squads? Francis Kielb Dept.
48
Whose Perspective Are you Using? Grace Elting Castle Dept.
8
Word for Word: A Profile on Don Foster, Forensic Linguist Atticus Brady Dept.
46

 
     Issue #75    September-October 2004    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Witness Interviews and Statements- The Heart and Soul of Criminal Defense Investigation John M. Lajoie Cover
34
Baptism by Fire: Marketing Your Investigative Business and Yourself Mickey Veich Dept.
9
Big Brother or Big Ideas? Warren Sonne Feature
28
Book review: Practical Homicide Investigation Michael J. Koryta Dept.
56
Bounty Hunters in Afghanistan Get Busted, Not Bin Laden   Dept.
24
Computer Spyware and the Digital Detective Robert Pac Dept.
47
Evidence on Computers: Getting Rid of it, Getting it Back Drew Robb Feature
42
Exposing Terrorists in the Economic System Dean C. Alexander Dept.
17
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
50
Getting a Credit Report on a Judgment Debtor Bill Fason Dept.
13
IRBSEARCH, Still growing, not selling   Dept.
25
Law Enforcement's Use of Force Addressed During Live US Department of Justice Webcast   Dept.
26
PI Magazine Special Report: Follow up series missing children   Dept.
33
Secrets of Successful Fugitive Apprehension Zachary Becker Feature
20
The Art of Report Writing John Nardizzi Dept.
6
The Sarbanes- Oxley Act: A Potential Source of Clients for Private Investigators Rory J. McMahon Dept.
14

 
     Issue #74    July-August 2004    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Parental Abductions Ed Wunsch Cover
32
Blood Spatter: Interpretation at Crime and Accident Scenes Louis L. Atkin Feature
18
Book Review: Uncovering Reasonable Doubt: The Component Method Glenn R. Swift Dept.
49
Brandon Perron: Investigator, Philosopher, Crusader for Truth Glenn R. Swift Dept.
45
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
54
Investigating Outside the USA is no 'midnight run' Joe Latorella Dept.
16
Is your Web Site in Lingo Limbo Barbara E. Cohen Dept.
6
NCISS Supports the National Sex Offenders Registry Act   Dept.
44
Stranger Abductions: Private Investigators Can Impact Predatory Kidnapping Cases Don Johnson Feature
39
Swiss Banking, Money Laundering and Sir Isaac Newton Joe Dickerson Dept.
13
Tangible and Legal Tax breaks for Intangibles Mark E. Battersby Dept.
8
The Art of Successful Interviewing Eugene Nielson Feature
24
The Cognitive Interview Technique Eugene Nielson Dept.
29
The Private Investigator, Criminal Defense Investigations and Fairy Tails Paul J. Ciolino Dept.
50
Where are all the missing children? Deborah Aylward Dept.
38
Working with a Document Examiner to Solve a Case Emily J. Will Dept.
22

 
     Issue #73    May-June 2004    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Workplace Violence Eugene F. Ferraro Cover
38
Top Dog: How to Find The Back Door to a Top Ten Status on the Search Engines Joe Dysart Dept.
46
The Progressive Nature of Employee Theft Robert DeFatta Dept.
8
The Media and the PI Becky Blanton Dept.
16
The FCRA Changes are in Effect Eddy McCain Dept.
30
Private Trash: A New Hampshire Supreme Perspective Jordan G. Ulery Dept.
26
PR for a PI Joan Riley Dept.
13
Pies and Reality TV Logan Clarke Dept.
18
Mounting an Undercover Investigation in the Workplace   Dept.
32
Investigating in Indian Country: Know what you are doing Grace Elting Castle Feature
20
How Do Your Clients Hear You? Robert A. Dudash Dept.
10
Growth in Instant Messaging Creates Security Concerns Drew Robb Feature
50
Elyion: Resumes on the Web Cynthia Hetherington Dept.
6
Dumpster Diving Backfires: Unlicensed "Private Investigator" is Scorned By Court Eddy McCain Dept.
28

 
     Issue #72    March-April 2004    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Real Estate Fraud Michael J. Koryta Cover
26
A look at Night Vision Kelly Riddle Dept.
53
Book Review: The National Directory of College and University Student Records Don C. Johnson Dept.
57
Business Tips: IRS Schedule C Expense Barbara E. Cohen Dept.
6
E-mail Protocols and Security Leroy Cook and Steve Silva Dept.
42
Gadgets and Gimmicks Buddy Bombet Dept.
51
Investigating Real Estate Fraud Michael J. Koryta Dept.
31
Learning from Crime Analysis in Local Law Enforcement Deborah Osborne Loewen Dept.
46
Nabbing The Bean Counters Gone Bad Beverly D. Vickers Feature
35
Skiptracing: An easy Source of Additional Revenue for Investigations Michael Dores Feature
16
Special Education and Juvenile Justice Daniel J. Cavallini Dept.
9
The Red Flags of Insurance Fraud Jack Murray Feature
22

 
     Issue #71    January-February 2004    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
President Signs FCRA Bill! Don C. Johnson Cover
36
A Look Inside Today's Crime Lab James O. Pex Dept.
31
A Very Old Cold Case: The Boy in the Box Kitty Hailey Dept.
20
Analytical Linguistics: As an investigative Tool Eugene Nielson Feature
6
Anatomy of a Law Change Eddy McCain Dept.
34
Book Review: Investigator's Handbook for Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Investigations Grace Elting Castle Dept.
54
Congressman Pete Sessions: Civil Rights and Employment Investigation Clarification Act part of new FCRA Bill   Dept.
41
Investigator Profile: Nicolas Beltrante Ralph Thomas Dept.
18
Mapping Mayhem: The Geography of a crime Gordon Young Dept.
43
Non-Resident Concealed Firearm Permits William Desy Dept.
12
The Fallacy of a Discount Roy Miller Feature
25
Understanding Employee Theft Robert "Jerry" DeFatta Feature
15
Using the www and the Internet to Get the Facts William Lowrance Dept.
48
Your First and Most Important Investigation Gary H. Kuty Dept.
28

 

 

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