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Michigan Vehicle Tracking bill becomes law. PIs receive exemption.

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  • Peter Psarouthakis
    PRESS RELEASE Michigan Vehicle Tracking bill becomes law. PIs receive exemption. Dateline: July 1, 2010 The Michigan Council of Professional Investigators
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      PRESS RELEASE



      Michigan Vehicle Tracking bill becomes law. PIs receive exemption.



      Dateline: July 1, 2010



      The Michigan Council of Professional Investigators (MCPI) is pleased to
      announce that Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm has signed into law Senate
      Bill 325. This new law makes it a crime to attach an electronic tracking
      device to a motor vehicle of another person without their knowledge or
      consent. Michigan Licensed Professional Investigators received an exemption.



      The bill was sponsored by State Senator Basham who began work on his bill in
      2008. The MCPI worked with the Senator on this bill since its inception.
      Also working tirelessly on this bill was Investigative & Security
      Professionals for Legislative Action (ISPLA).



      This is a prime example of a state and national association working together
      to accomplish a positive result for the profession. Through the cooperative
      efforts of MCPI and ISPLA working with state law makers, the end result was
      good public policy.



      We are also grateful to the firm of Julian Vail, LLC which handled lobbying
      efforts on this issue, working almost daily on this bill for the benefit of
      the profession.



      To view this Act in its entirety go to <http://bit.ly/95TIQa>
      http://bit.ly/95TIQa



      For additional information contact:



      MCPI: 800-266-6274

      ISPLA: 734-428-9663







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