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2010 - Issues: 112, 111, 110, 109, 108, 107
2009 - Issues: 106, 105, 104, 103, 102, 101
2008 - Issues: 100, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95
2007 - Issues: 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89
2006 - Issues: 88, 87, 86, 85, 84, 83
2005 - Issues: 82, 81, 80, 79, 78, 77
2004 - Issues: 76, 75, 74, 73, 72, 71
2003 - Issues: 70, 69, 68, 67, 66, 65
2002 - Issues: 64, 63, 62
 
*Issues Prior to 2002 are currently not indexed.


2010 - PI Magazine Issues
Issue #112 - Nov/Dec | #111 - Sept/Oct | #110 - July/Aug
#109 - May/June | #108 - Mar/Apr | #107 - Jan/Feb


 
PI Magazine Issue 112 December 2010      Current Issue #112:  November/December 2010    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Public Schools Hire PIs Jane Cracraft Cover
48
Cybersquatting Paul R. Paradise Feature
26
Understanding Nonprofit Financial Fraud Stacy Jones Feature
38
The Enterprise Agent: "What It Takes" Ken Mark Macbean Feature
44
Making the Ethical Choice Dennis H. Chevalier Dept.
6
Adoption Searching Norma Tillman Dept.
8
Your Electronic Footprint Sean Mulholland Dept.
12
iPhones: A Great Resource for Pis Anayat Durrani Dept.
16
What's the Right Laptop for the Investigator? Drew Robb Dept.
18
The Romeo and Juliet Factor Susan Carlson, CLI Dept.
20
Geolocation Michele Stuart Dept.
31
Preparing for Success! The Importance of a Business Plan Brinton Cary Dept.
32
10 Tips for Testifying in Court Colleen Collins Dept.
36
New Regulations Imposed for Entities Furnishing Information to CRAs Bret Cohen Dept.
54

 
PI Magazine Issue 111 October 2010      Issue #111:  September/October 2010    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Investigators Fight to Keep "Public Records" Public Jane Cracraft Cover
40
Investigator vs. Ohio Police Departments Martin Yant Cover
46
Public Record Update Michael Sankey Cover
50
Reading the Criminal Mind Joan A. Scanlon Feature
20
Let Their Words do the Talking: Text Bridges and the Micro-Action Interview John R. Schafer, PH.D. Feature
34
A Unique Opportunity: Sportsmen in Trouble Ty Cary Feature
52
Consequentialism: Ethics in the Investigative World Kitty Hailey, CLI Dept.
8
To Plea or Not - That is the Question! Susan Carlson, CLI Dept.
12
Don't Forget to Make a Media File David Young Dept.
14
Are You Branded? Grace Elting Castle Dept.
26
Missing Person Cases... they're the same, but different! Kelly Cahalan and Glenn Holmes Dept.
30
Could This Happen To Your Investigation Firm? W. Barry Nixon Dept.
56
Something New! Dept.
61
Inside the Criminal Mind E'Lyn Bryan WAD
65
WAD Takes A Turn for the Best Bob Heales WAD
70
Honour for WAD Member Dick Smith, QPM WAD
71
International News from the UK Richard D. Jacques-Turner WAD
72
Security Snippets WAD
74
Lucky 7: Strategies for Collecting Past Due Receivables Diana L. Garren WAD
76

 
PI Magazine Issue 110 August 2010      Issue #110:  July-August 2010    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Not Your Father's Fire Investigation Drew Robb Cover
22
Master Trackers Investigate on Foot Jane Cracraft Feature
32
Investigating Abuse and Neglect in Nursing Homes Jamie Richardson and Stacy Jones Feature
32
What Pis Need To Know About the Use of Credit, Arrest and Conviction Checks Barry Nixon Feature
46
The Third Time Is NOT A Charm! Craig M. Pradarelli Dept.
8
The IronKey Personal S200 Flash Drive Eugene Nielson Dept.
12
Pre-paid cell phones: why every PI needs one Mark Maas Dept.
14
Profits: Plow Back or a Separate Nest-Egg? Mark E. Battersby Dept.
18
Right Side Up: The Investigation of Schemes to Defraud Bill E. Branscum Dept.
28
Evolving background checks into a Reputational Due Diligence model S. Jennifer Sellas-Mannino Dept.
52
The Development of an Alternative Crime Scene Reconstruction Donald R. Schuessler Dept.
56
Statistics on Social Networking Sites Michele Stuart Dept.
61
Safe Hiring: A Holistic Approach WAD
65
International Investigations Richard D. Jacques-Turner, CPP, WAD NEWS Editor WAD
68
WAD Announces New Executive Team WAD
70
WAD Endorses Boston University Program Chuck McLaughlin WAD
71
A Brief Insight into Investigations in China Hai Yang WAD
72
Profile of a Life Member William J. Lapworth WAD
76

 
PI Magazine Issue 109 June 2010      Issue #109:  May-June 2010    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Threat Investigations: Steps to Prevent Workplace Violence George Apfel Cover
38
Investigating Stalking Cases Daniel M. Kimmett Cover
44
Media 101: When to call in the press and how to do it Susan Carlson, CLI Feature
26
The Basics of Interviewing or Interrogating Gary Aschenbach, Jr. Feature
30
Conducting Asset Searches for Attorneys Ronald Coleman, CFE Feature
48
Nanotechnology: Don't forget the little stuff Aric Dutelle Dept.
8
Exporting Basic Forensic Investigation Aric Dutelle Dept.
12
Steganography 101 Michael L. Pitzer Dept.
16
Smoke and Mirror Degrees Could Put Your Firm's Reputation at Risk W. Barry Nixon Dept.
18
Investigating a Taser Case Larry Smith Dept.
22
Archive.org Michele Stuart Dept.
56
A 12 Year Quest for Justice Kevin McClain NALI
65
The Legal Investigator and Federal Sentencing Guidelines Rodney P. "Rod" Baker NALI
69
Successful New Approach to Conferences Jane Cracraft NALI
74
W.A.D. News Richard D. Jacques-Turner, WAD NEWS Editor WAD
77
The Trojan Solved It! Robert-Jan Mora WAD
78
Contacts you do not make at your desk Hermann Kaminski WAD
80
Profile of a Life Member Keith Schafferius WAD
81
German court overturns law on phone & e-mail data Melissa Eddy & Verena Schmitt-Roschmann WAD
82
Meet Some of the Seminar Speakers   WAD
84
Glorious Amateurs Needed Charles T. Pinck WAD
86
Are You Working IN Your Business, or ON Your Business? Gary H. Kuty WAD
88

 
PI Magazine Issue 108 April 2010      Issue #108     March-April 2010    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Prosecutor's New Tool:Familiar DNA Jane Cracraft Cover
48
DNA Answers from an Expert Aric Dutelle Cover
52
Conducting Witness and Client Locates for Attorneys Ronald Coleman, CFE Feature
28
Digital Forensics: Enlisting for the New Frontier Joan A. Scanlon Feature
36
The Admissibility of Digital Evidence in Court David Hoover Feature
44
Background Checks: Are You a Consumer Reporting Agency? W. Barry Nixon Dept.
8
Business: Profitable Cost Accounting Savings Mark E. Battersby Dept.
12
Business: How to Win the Battle Against Illegal Unlicensed Activity Meagan Bernabe Dept.
16
Business: The Hidden Cost of Unlicensed Competition Allison Pitzer Dept.
20
Investigation: Investigating Trash Sue Marquette Poremba Dept.
22
Investigation: Sources of Public Information Often Overlooked Robert Simmons Dept.
26
Internet FYI: 2010: A MONSTER Year? Michele Stuart Dept.
56
The Legal Investigator and the Autopsy Report Dean Beers, CLI NALI
65
My Heroes Michael Pierson NALI
69
Mission Impossible: Wrongful Death Verdict after 7 Years Thomas Quigley NALI
72
The World Association of Detectives' 85th Annual Conference in Malta   WAD
77
European IKD Project - The 'Leonardo Da Vinci' Program Matthias G. Willenbrink WAD
80
Mitigation Specialists Dr. Robert A. Palmer WAD
82
Investigative Opportunities in a Down Economy Douglas O. Crewse WAD
84
Trans-Siberian Express Vladimir Solomanidin WAD
86
£500,000 Penalty Proposed for Serious Breaches of UK DPA 1998   WAD
88

 
PI Magazine Issue 107 February 2010      Issue #107     January-February 2010    


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Article Title Author Type Pg. #
Interviewing the Incarcerated: "It's all the same, only different" George Michael Newman Cover
42
Interviewing Persons with Personality Disorders J. Lucy Boyd, RN, BSN Feature
16
"Gotcha" Surveillance Tips from a Surveillance Veteran CW Sellers Feature
26
Investigating Caregiver Abuse Jamie Richardson and Stacy Jones Feature
34
International Cooperative Effort Finds Coins for Museum/Tibor Csatari's Story is Important Part of Hungary's PI History PI Museum Feature
50
Evidence: iPhone Evidence: The New Source John Minor Dept.
8
Investigation: Trends that Impact Background Screening Firms W. Barry Nixon Dept.
12
Fraud: Fraud Investigation with Strategic Partnerships David S. Murphy Dept.
22
Marketing: Why PI Agencies Fail Jimmie Mesis Dept.
25
Internet FYI: Medical Research Michele Stuart Dept.
54
The Street Interview: Interviewing in the 'Hood: How to Get the Most Information from Gang Members Susan Carlson, CLI NALI
65
The 5 Things that Saved My Business John A. Hoda, CLI NALI
72
WAD News Greg Scott, Chairman of the Board WAD
77
Bio-Secure Drinking Water for Hospitals, Police, First Responders, and Civic and Business Leaders Athol Meder & Steven Einsel WAD
78
Assignment: South Africa Andy Grudko WAD
80
IKD-ODV Annual Executive Meeting   WAD
84

 

 

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