Addressing the Suspect’s Behavior

It is human nature to cite a person’s behavior as evidence to support some underlying premise. It is an enticing argument to state that because one exhibits an observable behavior it is proof of some consequent conclusion. Consider the following examples of reaching conclusions based on observed behavior: “If you were in proper shape you…

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John E. Reid Online Training

  A seven part online training program was specifically designed for a wide variety of investigators, including law enforcement, government (both investigative and regulatory agencies) and the private sector. This online program will provide you with a solid foundation in The Reid Technique – which is widely considered to be the most effective interview and…

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Support Your Local Private Investigators Association

Over the years, one of the most frequently asked questions that we’ve been asked, “Is the Canadian Private Investigators Resource Center (CPIRC) an Association?” Answer: “No, we are not” Although CPIRC shares many attributes of a Private Investigators association, we like to think of ourselves as an open-source intelligence warehouse. Where everyone is welcome, from…

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Data Protection Laws of the World Handbook

Download the new online edition of the handbook which offers a high-level snapshot of selected features of national laws as they currently stand in 72 jurisdictions across the world including Canada, the U.S. and Europe. Data Protection Laws of the World Handbook You’ll find this information and thousands of other open-source information in our Resource…

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10 Popular Health Care Provider Fraud Schemes

‘Do no harm’ isn’t their motto By Charles Piper, CFE, CRT January/February 2013 Nastco, kizilkayaphotos/iStockphoto Most medical providers are honest and work hard to improve their patients’ health. However, a few want to illegally increase the size of their bank accounts. Learn some of the basic health care provider schemes and how to deter them…

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