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2006 - PI Magazine Issues
#88 Nov/Dec | #87 Sept/Oct | #86 July/Aug | #85 May/June | #84 Mar/Apr | #83 Jan/Feb


 
     Issue #88    November-December 2006    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Cold Case Homicides: Approaches for the Private Investigator Richard H. Walton Cover
40
"Myspace, Bebo" Andrew Davies Dept.
50
Better Background Investigations   Dept.
11
Book Review Gary Kuty Dept.
60
Defending Against Sexual Abuse Claims Mark J. Murnan Feature
28
Fighting Fraud: Know When to Leave the Office and Take it to the Street Daniel Draz Feature
20
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
54
K-9 Teams for the Private Sector   Dept.
15
Managing High Profile Media Cases Dan Willis Dept.
24
Mastering the Re-Investigation Grace Elting Castle Feature
36
PI Buzz Tamara Thompson Dept.
52
PI vs Witness: Taking Notes & Using Quotes Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
16
Professional Investigations How to Advertise your Services Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
8
Surviving in the PI Business: The first 25 yrs Ron Buretta Dept.
12
The Forensic Locksmith Brian VanDenburg Dept.
34
Turning Bad Video into Evidence   Dept.
61

 
     Issue #87    September-October 2006    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Unity of Effort: Private Security, Private Investigative and Law enforcement Partnerships Vincent Boves Cover
40
Book Reviews Don Johnson Dept.
57
Communicating with your Clients Dan Diaz Dept.
12
DNA for Investigators Bob Wick Feature
24
Forensic Identifications Now Available for Eyeglass Fragments   Dept.
49
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
52
How's Your Spanish? Korean? Polish? Portuguese? Jane Cracraft, CLI Feature
28
Marketing to Insurance Companies D Dept.
14
Metal Detectors at the Crime Scene Eugene Nielson Feature
34
Nations Top Security Directors Saw Increased Compensation   Dept.
43
North Carolina Establishes Innocence Inquiry Commission   Dept.
6
PI Buzz Tamara Thompson Dept.
50
Rootkits: Spyware on Steroids Drew Robb Dept.
44
The Business of Investigations and Security Gary Kuty Dept.
18
The IRS Wants all its Due Mark E. Battersby Dept.
8

 
     Issue #86    July-August 2006    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Investigating the Suspicious" Auto Accident Claim Robert Weltz Cover
40
"Good Employees are Good for Business"… and bad employees cost you money Lynn Levy Dept.
6
A Day in The Life of an Identity Thief Bruno Pavlicek Dept.
46
Find It Fast Dick Ellis Dept.
20
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
57
Help! Where is 13640 WCR 64 Locating those Hard to Find Addresses Jane Cracraft, CLI Feature
30
Marketing to Insurance Companies: Understanding Lines of Insurance is often the key to success Daniel Draz Feature
14
Merlin and IRBsearch to Merge Jimmie Mesis Dept.
39
No Mistaking It Clay Renick Dept.
8
Password Management: Easy to follow Guideline to protect Against Theft Bill Carey Feature
22
PI BUZZ Tamara Thompson Dept.
50
Seven Rules for the Care and Feeding of Attorneys Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
52
The Price of Privacy Robert Scott Dept.
36
Top Ten Mistakes Made By Business Owners and Executives When Traveling Michael McCann Dept.
27

 
     Issue #85    May-June 2006    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Secrets of the Surveillance Superstars Daniel Draz Cover
40
Book Review Robert D. Keppel Dept.
60
Breaking into the PI Business: Only the Best and Brightest Succeed Stephen Markley Dept.
16
Difficulties of Rural Surveillance Jennifer Tanner Dept.
38
Doing Media the Right Way Kyle Niederpruem Dept.
10
From Pedophile to Internet Predator: Protecting Our Children from Online Evil Bruno Pavlicek Dept.
56
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
61
Investigating Video Voyeurism Jimmie Mesis Feature
52
Looking for Leads: Investigating Missing Person Cases Dan S. Willis Dept.
23
PI BUZZ Tamara Thompson Dept.
55
Pro Bono: Studying the Volunteer Efforts of Private Investigators Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
26
Professional Homicide Investigation Vernon J. Geberth Feature
48
Running a PI Business: The Race of Life Tim O'Rourke Dept.
6
Seven Essentials for Undercover Corporate Investigations Steven W. Easley Dept.
44
Threat Assessment Case Management: Investigating, Evaluating and Reducing the Risk of Targeted Violence Eugene Nielson Feature
30
Video Surveillance Donald E. Kneece Dept.
35
Whose Face is It , Anyway? Warren J. Sonne Dept.
58

 
     Issue #84    March-April 2006    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Land of the Free: Justice At Large Jimmie Mesis Cover
40
An FBI Eye on the PI World Anayat Durrani Feature
49
Caught, Audited: Home Free, Maybe Mark Battersby Dept.
8
Data Integrity: Protecting Confidential Information Robert Pac Dept.
24
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
61
Get a Grip on Time Clay Renick Dept.
19
Handwriting Analysis: The Professional Investigator's Secret Weapon Sheila Lowe Dept.
32
ID theft Losses Increase, Number of Victims decrease   Dept.
60
Investigating Wrongful Convictions John Nardizzi Feature
36
Jumping De-Fense: Transitioning From Cop to PI: Its all in the mind Set Stuart Baggerly Feature
45
Loss Prevention Investigations Eric Nikita Maynes Dept.
27
Nine Steps to a Powerful Timeline Grace Elting Castle Dept
56
PI BUZZ Tamara Thompson Dept.
55
The "Real" ID Act Mark Sankey Dept.
6
Voicemail Magic: How to get hard reach prospects to return your phone calls- quickly! Tony Rubleski Dept.
17
Writing an Effective Press Release Christy Whitehead Dept.
12

 
     Issue #83    January-February 2006    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Sexual Harassment Investigation: A wide and weaving World Jane Cracraft, CLI Cover
40
10 Rules for Approaching Adverse Witnesses Jane Cracraft, CLI Dept.
56
Book Review Alan M. Schlein Dept.
65
Come on into My Computer and Help Yourself: Spyware makes it easy for people to snoop on computers Drew Robb Feature
24
Credit Lines for PIS: Revolving funding when you need it Mark Battersby Dept.
16
Developing & Managing Informants: An art that needs to be mastered Eugene Nielson Feature
30
Effective Executive Protection Goran Lozo Dept.
38
Evaluating Your Expert Witnesses and Witnessing Their Value James E. Shaw Dept.
52
Gadgets, Gimmicks, & Tricks of the Trade Julius "Buddy" Bombet Dept.
60
Horses and Cows and Emu Eggs… Creating an animal investigation specialty Grace Elting Castle Feature
48
How to Select a Web designer Jimmie Mesis Dept.
14
Keeping the Flu Bug Out of the Office Sue Masaracchia- Roberts Dept.
19
PI Marketing: Building your agency from Referrals Jimmie Mesis Dept.
10
PI Notes   Dept.
62
Satellite Images for Investigators Jimmie Mesis Dept.
12
The Death of Landlines Continues Robert Scott Dept.
59
Walking with the Dead Jesus R. Castillo Dept.
36
Working Smarter, Not Harder Scott Smith Dept.
20

 

 

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