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2005 - PI Magazine Issues
#82 Nov/Dec | #81 Sept/Oct | #80 July/Aug | #79 May/June | #78 Mar/Apr | #77 Jan/Feb


 
     Issue #82    November-December 2005    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Insurance Fraud and the Feds: Cases Often cross State Lines Daniel Draz Cover
40
Assessment Testing: Tools for More Informed Hiring Michael Alter Dept.
18
First Timers At the WIC Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
53
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
56
Getting Paid on Time Marco Terry Dept.
8
Getting Ready For Court Michael Koryta Dept.
46
How to Avoid Billing Hassles Jane Cracraft, CLI Feature
12
Investigating and Searching on the Deep Web Richard Heinz Dept.
33
Jim Carino: Living His Life's Work Kitty Hailey Dept.
58
Pet Detectives Unleashed: Missing Pet cases are Profitable for Investigators Barbara E. Cohen Feature
36
Team Adam: John Walsh Challenges Pies to Volunteer Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
51
the Art of the Canvass Thomas R. Joyce Dept.
24
The Eyes Have It! How One Man's Vision Made a Difference Warren J. Sonne Feature
28
Unmanned Remote Surveillance: A Giant Leap Ahead in Surveillance Technology Stephen Cassel Dept.
21

 
     Issue #81    September-October 2005    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Identity Theft and Slit Rings: An Unrecognized Cancer on Society Bruno Pavlicek Cover
48
"Who am I" Investigating Identity Theft Don Johnson Feature
40
A Case Study: "When the evidence speaks" Gregg Stuchman and Steve Buller Dept.
24
All Aboard the Icerocket.com Cynthia Hetherington Dept.
22
Book Review Michael Koryta/ Herbert Simon Dept.
60
Business Metrics: You Can't Manage It if You Can't Measure It Michael Alter Dept.
18
Counterfeiting of Goods: The Risks and Links to terrorist Funding Jeffrey A. Williams Feature
36
Forensic Meteorology: Answering the Weather Question Jane Cracraft, CLI Feature
30
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
56
Headline: How to Improve Instantly All of your Marketing Materials Tony Rubleski Dept.
14
Insurance Investigation Report Writing Daniel Draz Dept.
8
Investigator Training Comes of Age Creating the Professional, One person at a time Kitty Hailey Dept.
20
PI Puzzle Myles Mellor Dept.
59
Surveillance Tips Keith Norman Dept.
54

 
     Issue #80    July-August 2005    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Accessing The Archives: How to Use Newspaper and Other Archives in an Investigation Jane Cracraft, CLI Cover
28
Best of the Best- Books for Professional Investigators Melanie T. Harrison Dept.
53
Computer Security- Achieving a Balance Drew Robb Dept.
14
Elusive Targets: Investigating Elder Fraud Clay Renick Feature
45
Executive Protection- Training for Pies: Use it or Lose it Nathan T. Harrison Dept.
56
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
58
Hiring a Forensic Accountant- What Every private Investigator Ought to Know Stanley I. Foodman Dept.
51
Knowing When to Say No Robert A. Dudash Dept.
23
No Waiting For Magic- Merlin Fights Back After Data Breach Michael Koryta Dept.
26
Not All Criminal Record Checks are Created Equal Lynn Peterson Dept.
20
On Common Ground: Forensic Psychologists   Feature
34
The Negative Report Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
8
The Original Recording Mitch Davis Dept.
10
Vanished: Using Reverse Geographical Profiling as an Investigative Tool for Locating Missing Persons Dr. Maurice Godwin Feature
38

 
     Issue #79    May-June 2005    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
A Primer On Prints Louis L. Akin Cover
34
Claimant Interviews: A valuable Tool When Conducted Properly Daniel Draz Dept.
19
Courthouse Crisis- The Atlanta courthouse shootings focused attention on security problems in state courthouses   Dept.
8
Experts Discuss Stun Guns   Dept.
47
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
54
Investigating The Traumatic Brain Injury Cases Grace Elting Castle Feature
28
Our Profession's Shame Francis D. "Frank" Ritter Dept.
60
Stopping Suicide Attacks Through Training   Dept.
18
Tactics For The Interrogation Of Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorists Phillip Mullenix Feature
12
Targeting Tasers- Use of stun guns drawing lawsuits and big money settlements Michael Koryta Feature
44
The Choicepoint Heist   Dept.
65
The Life and Times of Leroy Cook Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
24
To Tell The truth- An interview w independent polygraph examiner Lawson Hagler Shaun Kaufman and Colleen Collins Dept.
50
Top Ten Rural Surveillance Cynthia Potts Dept.
41

 
     Issue #78    March-April 2005    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Meet Mr. Murder: An interview with Vernon Geberth Author of Practical Homicide Investigations Warren J. Sonne Cover
44
A Helpful Hand: Results While Undercover May Not be What you Expect Steven W. Easley Dept.
40
Achieving The Financial Goals of Your Firm Greg George Dept.
8
Are We Doomed To Extinction? Jordan Ilery Dept.
65
Biting the Hand That Feeds You: An undercover Investigation Gone Bad May Result in Evidentiary and Monetary Jennifer Bechet Dept.
37
Book Review Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
57
Darkside of the Sex Trade Clay Renick Feature
32
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
54
International Investigations- An Untapped Market Jimmie Mesis Dept.
12
Linguistic Statement Analysis Technique Bob Shaffer Dept.
19
Nine Ways: How to Get a Reluctant or Adversarial Witness to Talk Michael Stone Feature
22
Providing Investigative Services to Insurance Companies Daniel Draz Feature
14
The Legal Investigators of NALI   Dept.
31
Who Are The Legal Investigators? Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
29
Workplace Discrimination Investigations: A Careful Approach Robert Boertien Dept.
26

 
     Issue #77    January-February 2005    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
The FTC On Pretexting- The PI Magazine Interview with Joel Winston Jimmie Mesis Cover
43
A Molester's Mementos Dan S. Willis Dept.
47
Book Review: The Sourcebook 6th Edition Don Johnson Dept.
59
Carbon Monoxide Accidents: Even Outdoors Jane Cracraft, CLI Feature
30
Finding Fakes and Forgeries Joe Devanney Dept.
32
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
56
Google: One, Librarian: zero Cynthia Hetherington Dept.
17
Kate Warne, PI The First Female Private Investigator had a Baltimore Connection Lynn H. Levy Dept.
28
Networking Like a Professional Jimmie Mesis Dept.
15
Outsourcing Payroll: A New Years Resolution That May Be Right For you Michael Alter Dept.
10
Return To Sender Warren J. Sonne Feature
49
Something is AMIS in Common Interest Developments Randall Frost Dept.
53
Tax Deductions For the Educated Mark Battersby Dept.
12
The Varying Legalities of Garbology Ed Thompson Feature
24
Using pretext in Insurance Investigations: Important Considerations for Effective Use Daniel Draz Dept.
36
What's Your favorite Surveillance Snack?   Dept.
20
When Fast Isn't Fast Enough? Rosemarie T. Mesis Dept.
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