- Forgive the multiple post, however, I do hope that others may benefit
from this information as well...
Does anyone know of a website that either:
1.) Lists employment opportunities specifically for Private Investigators. or,
2.) Is commonly used to advertise for positions for Private Investigators?
For anyone kind enough to be interested, I have been doing field work,
and am now interested in expanding my skills by working on computer searches,
skip tracing, backgrounds, asset searches and all of the other stuff one can
do from inside the office. (Legally, as an employee of a licensed
investigator, as should go without saying.)
My current employer will give me excellent references.
Any suggestions on the best way to break into this kind of work,
including, but not limited to: skills I can develop on my own to be as
marketable as possible, which firms will apprentice for "inside" work, war
stories on how YOU got started, and so forth, will be received with much
Thank you in advance for your assistance!
Apprentice Investigator, Los Angeles, California
Registered Process Server, #4427
Available for employment only by licensed Private Investigators, Attorneys
and Insurance Companies for: Process Service, Records Search, Photography,
Interviews and Statements, Undercover (female), and Surveillance.
Fifteen years experience in Computer Graphics and Visual Effects.
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- As a non-attorney, non-PI, non-employer, and totally
honest American citizen in litigation with powers
mightier than myself, but not as mighty as the truth,
I would be very interested in seeing a background
check of myself. I don't expect a freebie, but I do
feel that it is my right to have access to whatever
information is floating around concerning me. If its
true, I already know it, and if its false, I can
refute it. But I can't refute things of which I have
no knowledge. Any help would be welcome.
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