Catching a Stalker

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and one of the crimes with DV is stalking. Private investigators have routinely been called in to help stalking victims identify a stalker’s patterns, behaviors and to catch them in the act.  Take for instance Joan’s story. “My life felt out of control. No matter what I did he…

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Cyber Crime

As the world becomes more reliant than ever on technology so does our individual risk of becoming a victim of cyber crime. Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies are attempting to combat this growing problem, but the threat is growing steadily and rapidly. Many have already become victims of cyber stalking, hacking, theft, identity…

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Profile of Domestic Abusers

There is no one hard and fast profile of a domestic abuser. They come from all walks of life and all races, socioeconomic backgrounds and all professions. Investigators or anyone that assumes you can tell an abuser from just looking at them or from engaging in simple conversations are misinformed and putting themselves at risk….

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Stalking Safety Planning

Very often stalking victims need to build their own case before law enforcement will get involved. Even then, cases are sometimes difficult to prove. In some jurisdictions, these cases end up with a victim facing serious physical harm before they are taken seriously. Laws have come a ways since the early 90s when many states…

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