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Signs Of A Bad Investigation! Impersonating A police Officer

Signs Of A Bad Investigation NO # 1 Impersonating A Police officer By impersonating a police officer, the Pl could lose their license and end up in jail. Depending on the situation, impersonating a police officer can be classified anywhere from a third to first-degree felony. Attempting To Obtain Confidential Information NO # 2 Clients may ask a Pl to do things that are illegal, but a professional PI knows when they are crossing the line. By acting within the legal boundaries a Pl can protect both, himself and the client. NO # 3 Not Following Surveillance Procedures It's important to understand what is legal and what is not legal during surveillance. When an individual is out in public, the reasonable expectation of privacy is gone. At this point, an investigator has permission to videotape and document all of an individual's activities. Staying On Task On Surveillance NO # 4 A professional Pl always makes sure to come prepared when on surveillance. A lapse in judgement could cause the Pl to miss out on something significant to the investigation or cause the eyes to divert from the subject or property under the watch. Breaking And NO # 5 Entering Entering premises without obtaining permission from the owner or tenant can have some serious legal ramifications. Although it may be tempting to try, especially when you are certain you will find the evidence you need, it is better to play it safe than sorry. By hiring National SIU you will not be a victim of bad or illegal investigation! Special investigations Unn Get In Touch With NSIU! ( 800.960.NSIU (6748)

Signs Of A Bad Investigation! Impersonating A police Officer

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Signs Of A Bad Investigation! Impersonating A police Officer




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