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This is a place for new investigators, students and those interested in entering investigative work to find help and a place for seasoned investigators to help them. This is a friendly and helpful place. It's moderated so you will not have to wade through childish attack posts on this subject, or that person nor five page ramblings that waste your time. You can pose questions to seasoned PIs, find new sources and resources that will be of help to you and network with other private investigators throughout the US and the world. We do not allow fake email accounts and all posts need to have a full signature line IDing who you are, what company you are with and where you are from. Sponsored by The National Association Of Investigative Specialists. However, you do not have to be a member of NAIS to join NEWPI.

When you join, you are welcomed to post one introductory message introducing yourself and your investigative services. In doing so, you need to place your full company name, full address with contact info (phone, fax, email, website) and state license number (if one is required in your state). Posts not containing full signature lines are not put through. No spam, attack posts, nor assorted opinions- just helpful facts. (We all have opinions on stuff--this place deals in facts!) This group is supported by and through occasional announcement type posts from the National Association Of Investigative Specialists And Thomas Investigative Publications, Inc.

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  • 2641
  • Small Business
  • Sep 6, 2003
  • English

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