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Los Angeles Police Say Up To 100 People Involved In Brawl At Hotel In Anaheim
"Fight between guests at at a a hotel hotel in in Anaheim Anaheim escalates escalates into into a a major major brawl brawl that that raged raged inside inside and and outside outside of of the the complex complex before before police police officers officers and and sheriff's sheriff's deputies deputies could could restore restore order. order. The fight began in the pool area of the Cambria Hotel and suites when a teenager push someone into the pool. That person fell on top of a teenage girl in an apology didn't solve things. Suddenly between 60 and 100 people were fighting the activity spilling for the pool to the lobby, where furniture was thrown and out into the parking lot. Anaheim police in the Orange County sheriff's came in force and broke up. The fight to people were hospitalized with non life threatening lacerations. Two Two people people were were arrested arrested in in Anaheim Anaheim police police search search chain chain character character says says Investigators Investigators have have a a lot lot of of work work ahead ahead of of them. them. Our Our detectives detectives will will work work with with the the hotel hotel du du Tio Tio weed weed through through their their video video footage footage to try to identify anybody else who may have been responsible or acted in this large brawl. The hotel evicted a number of guests after the fighting ended. Others weren't sure they wanted to stay for the duration of their vacation. Given what happened
Negligence probed in deadly Beirut blast amid public anger
"Investigators probing the deadly blast that ripped across Beirut focused Wednesday on possible negligence in the storage of tons of a highly explosive fertilizer in a waterfront warehouse. While the government ordered the house arrest of several port officials. At least 135 people are dead in the
Fireworks, ammonium nitrate likely fueled Beirut explosion
"Explosion in Lebanon's capital city kills at least 100 people and injures for 1000 Maur this morning. Some residents are searching the debris in the streets of Beirut frantically looking for missing loved ones. The source of the blast remains unclear, but Lebanese investigators are focusing on a warehouse. That held tons of the explosive ammonium nitrate, suggesting an industrial accident. ABC Georgiana Miller reports from Jerusalem. The root is a city in shock and grief. Some officials comparing the massive explosions at the port to the atomic bombing of Hiroshi Mima. Health officials say the blast killed at least 100 people. They do expect the death toll to rise given dozens or presumed trapped under rubble. Hospital struggling to treat at least 4000 injured residents, Lebanon's prime minister confirmed Firming 2750 metric tons of stored ammonium nitrate blew up, but it's still unclear what initially set the chemicals on fire. Giordano Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem Initial reports was that was of fireworks manufacturing plant.
Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case
"Ah, former Michigan State University gymnastics coach now sentenced to 90 days in jail for lying to investigators involved in the Larry Nasser's Gandal in case Kathy Klages found guilty earlier this year on two counts of lying to a peace officer. Along with that jail time. Clay just will now be on probation for a year and 1/2. The 65 year old is the second person other than Nassar to be convicted of charges related to this serial molestation of young women and girls under the Geiss of medical
Chicago man, 39, Charged In Murder Of 9-Year-Old Janari Ricks
"Investigators are working toward a resolution in the cases of two Chicago Children shot and killed last month. W BB EMS Rachel Pearson. Report. Chicago Police announced 39 year old Daryl Johnson is charged with first degree murder for the death of nine year old Generally. Ricks. Ricks was shot and killed July 31st while playing outside near the Cabrini Green neighborhood. Additionally, Terrell Boyd is now the third person charged for the death of seven year old Natalia Wallace, who was shot in Austin and 1/4 of July party superintendent. David Brown attributes the quick arrests and charges to the work of police and community members Coming forward with
Vehicle malfunction sparked Apple Fire in Southern California
"The Apple fire in Riverside County has burned over 20,000 acres. Thousands of residents remain evacuated This morning. ABC is Alex Stone is in Southern California. With new details on the fire. The apple fire is still burning. But already Cal fire says it's investigators know how the fire started. They say it was a result of a vehicle malfunction, a diesel vehicle emitting burning carbon from the exhaust system. Hellfire, saying it's based on evidence and eyewitness accounts. Now investigators want to find that
Chicago implements task force to crack down on large parties, gatherings
"Of Chicago is cracking down on some operations that attract large crowds and ignore Corona virus. Health guidelines. City Task force teams investigated 23 large gatherings and events this past weekend. They gave out five season desist orders and ordered three immediate closures. Rose Astorino, Chicago's commissioner for business affairs, and consumer protection, says Ah party at the trap warehouse on West Chicago Avenue drew special attention it advertised going on until 4 a.m. Though no place is allowed to operate past midnight, And she says investigators found people not wearing masks or social distancing. Not only were they not following the covert guidelines, they were actually not a licensed establishment. They were operated, providing liquor with no liquor license, and so we hit them for all the different violations. Es Carina says. Officials are concerned that these illegal parties or potentially causing some of the increase in the covert cases they're seeing.
Vehicle malfunction sparked Apple Fire in Southern California
"The Apple fire in Riverside County has burned over 20,000 acres. Thousands of residents remain evacuated this morning. ABC is Alex Stone in Southern California has new details on the fire. The apple fire is still burning. But already Cal fire says it's investigators know how the fire started. They say it was a result of a vehicle malfunction, a diesel vehicle emitting burning carbon from the exhaust system. Hellfire, saying it's based on evidence and eyewitness accounts. Now investigators want to find that vehicle like Stone. ABC name
Los Angeles - Apple Fire Started By Malfunctioning Vehicle
"At the 26,000 acre wildfire burning in Southern California's Riverside and San Bernardino counties is now at least 7% contained as Benjamin Perper from K VCR reports. The so called apple blazes spreading into the scent Bernardin oh national forests. The fire began Friday and has forced thousands to evacuate. Lisa Cox, Fire information officer with the U. S Forest Service, says the blaze is burning in the San Gorgonio wilderness, Pretty thick vegetation shop around which is very flammable vegetation type and some timber. It's been ah, couple 100 years since burnt. Around 2000 firefighters are battling a blaze being driven by high temperatures and low humidity. Cal Fire investigators have determined the fire was caused by a vehicle malfunction specifically a diesel fueled vehicle emitting burning carbon from the exhaust
7-year-old Zamar Jones, shot in the head in front of his West Philadelphia home this weekend, has died, police say
"Omar Jones has died after he was shot in the head caught in the cross fire over the weekend in West Philadelphia. Police have arrested one man and charged him with murder. Hey, Y W crime and justice reporter Christian Joe Hansen tells us cops are searching for two others, authorities say when 27 year old Christopher Linder began shooting at another man on Simpson Street near Race Street Saturday night around eight to other men fired back as seven year old Omar Jones was playing on his porch. Jones was struck in the head and has now died. All three ran from the scene, officials say. But Linder came back to get his truck neighbors on the block pointing amounts of police, Linder ran police saying officers chased him and arrested Him. Investigators say they have the shooting on tape and brought Linder down to police headquarters to interrogate him. Linder is charged with murder, recklessly endangering another person and a number of gun related crimes. He has two prior spending time behind bars for a gun conviction, and he was also sentenced to a minimum of five years for an aggravated assault and robbery conviction. He was out on parole. Police are still searching for the two other shooters. Kristen
Vehicle malfunction sparked Apple Fire in Southern California
"2000 firefighters are trying to extinguish the apple fire in Southern California. Baby sees Alex Stone says it's only 5% contained apples. Fire is still burning. But already Cal fire says it's investigators know how the fire started. They say it was a result of a vehicle malfunction, a diesel vehicle emitting burning carbon from the exhaust system, Cal fire, saying it's based on evidence and eyewitness accounts. Now investigators want to find that vehicle like stone.
27-Year-Old Charged With Murder After 7-Year-Old Boy Caught In Crossfire Of West Philadelphia Shootout
"Have now been filed against a man arrested in the shooting of a little boy over the weekend in West Philadelphia. Police are still looking for two other guys in this case, our crime injustice reporter Charitable use. Kristen Joe Hansen has the latest, authorities say when 27 year old Christopher Linder began shooting at another man on Simpson Street near Race Street Saturday night around eight to other men fired back as seven year old Zumar Jones was playing on his porch. Jones was struck in the head and has now died. All three ran from the scene, officials say. But Linder came back to get his truck neighbors on the block pointing amounts of police, Linder ran police saying officers chased him and arrested him. Investigators say they have the Shooting on tape and brought Linder down to police headquarters to interrogate him. Linder is charged with murder, recklessly endangering another person and a number of gun related crimes. He has two prior spending time behind bars for a gun conviction, and he was also sentenced to a minimum of five years for an aggravated assault and robbery conviction. He was out on parole. Police are still searching for the two other shooters. Kristen
Miami - Florida Man Seen On Video Clinging To Hood Of Moving Big Rig On Turnpike
"Took a man into custody on the. Florida turnpike near Boynton beach. After he was captured on cell phone video hanging onto the hood of a Semi Truck Erik Morales said he and his girlfriend were heading north on the highway on Saturday when he witnessed the dangerous and surreal site near the Turnpike milepost eighty six, he said I see a semi tractor trailer swerving from the middle of the right lane to the left lane to the right in and out just driving crazy up on two wheels at once at one point. Look at this guy here he is there swerving. Just. Barely hanging out he smashed the windshield of this truck here that pull up next to him. The guys hanging on the hood just looking over as they drive by hey. How you doing creaming something at the people and he slamming on his brakes, he's doing everything to try to knock him off. Your guest does I think maybe he just doesn't want him to end up coming into the truck somehow and they went nine miles like this. It's like Terminator two in you know where he's like trying to kill the liquid bad guy starting. Off for a second there, you can see inside the truck. The guy is turning the wheel. Like you did when you were a kid and you sat behind him. He's going big little laugh. Big to the right trying to shake this guy off the hood according to Florida Highway Patrol. They received a call about the wild ride on Saturday about one PM and They said, they just didn't know what was going on investigators say the man seen the hood of the trump truck had gotten out of vehicle on the southbound lanes and walked onto the highway and jumped onto the front of the truck. I guess he was arrested at some point just incredible to see.
Los Angeles - Apple fire in Riverside County grows to 20,000 acres
"From Riverside County into the San Bernardino National Forest. At last word, just 5% contained had burned at least 20,000 acres. National Forest Service TELLS Can exit the weather conditions should help the crews on the fire lines today are expecting temperatures to go down just a little bit and out here with 160 Freeze temperatures during the day. That's not saying a whole lot. Also the relative humidity they're supposed to increase slightly because we have a low pressure coming in up to 3000 homes in that area under evacuation orders or warnings. Riverside County Fire says it started after two possible arson fires were reported Friday afternoon in the area near Beaumont. Investigators are still looking into reports of a man seen running away and up near Gorman. This is a different fire l a county fire crews said They stopped the forward progress of that fire in about 200 acres getting strengthen
Chicago - 8-Year-Old Boy Critically Injured In Fall From Window In Washington Park
"Eight year old boy is fighting for his life after he fell from 1/3 floor window in Washington Park. It happened last night, about 11 o'clock in the 5200 block of South Prairie boy found on the sidewalk beneath the window unresponsive. His critical condition is critical. Investigators are treating the fall as accidental.
Dallas - Man Charged With Murder Of 7-Year-Old Brother In Haltom City
"Man is charged with capital murder after police say he stabbed a seven year old brother to death. It happened Saturday night in a house on Orient Street Police, a 20 year old DC There are brittle. Bruno stabbed his little brother, Jacob Brittle. Jacob was rushed to the hospital where he died. Bruno was found nearby with what police described as a self inflicted wound to his upper body. He was booked into the Tarrant County Jail on a $250,000 bond. There. Still no word from investigators. On. What led to that stabbing. A panel
Florida teen arrested as mastermind of Twitter hack
"Teen slime with a huge number of felony charges with the Twitter Bitcoin scandals, bro State attorney Andrew Warren filing 30 felony charges against 17 year old Graham Clark, accusing him of perpetrating the Bitcoin Hack of Twitter accounts the Florida Department of Law Enforcement working with several federal agencies to conduct the nationwide investigation, investigators say, Clark told the identities of prominent people posting tweets in their names directing victims to send Bitcoin to account associated with himself. Clark was the subject of an earlier investigation that ended in April in which his defense attorney says he had around $3 million worth of Bitcoin.
Washington teen found in woods east of Seattle 8 days after going missing
"Days yesterday being the last day of the search in looking for this 18 year old teen who went missing here in Washington. Found alive yesterday on a steep creek in the wooded areas near index along highway to they did some more measurements to try to determine exactly where her phone was last. Got a signal because it's a dead area makes it really difficult for the tracking of cell phones that Sergeant Ryan Abbott with the King County Sheriff's Office GF Youto had run out of gas and we're looking for gas when she disappeared. Bloodhounds couldn't even keep up with her trail. Hundreds of volunteers comb too thick brush for nine days there. Along the highway to near index on the way to Steven's past. Finally, they found some clothing and then JIA alive. This would be a developing story last we heard she has been reunited with her family. She's taking some rest. And, of course, investigators along with search and rescue, want to hear more of her or deal. You're
"investigator" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles
"On that night. Oh. Yeah? Yeah is NEAT. So do you ever have like we're? In situations where you like, get your electric's to work, right? Yes, our, it actually happened at the same place. I was trying to show my team members something on my phone and all of a sudden. My phone just went crazy. Like. A malfunctioned for the first time, and I never seen my phone do anything. I couldn't even turn it off like he had to help me. Turn my phone off. I could not turn my phone off England's very strange but there have been independence's where you know. Our cameras would stop working. I'll just turn off or the battery will just die or whatever you I'd say. That's definitely something messing with us. you know because it happens? So when I've made a couple. Go stuff or like dot forms or even mentioning like demons and things of that nature I have come across situations where files would just wouldn't even open. And I've also come across situations where. Like it's not like they would be deleted, but they would be corrupted somehow. Like the video or not video the voice recording file. and. Luckily. I always keep like three or four copies, even export in email myself side copies, because like I've always come across like weird stupid crap when it comes to electrtonics and stuff. So it hasn't really messed with any of my episodes, but I have come across. We're anomalous stuff, but it's only when I'm talking about. Things of that nature. Wow something demonic. Or just like anything that that you know like if I'm talking about slender man, or or haunting cursed objects or demonic entities or just supernatural entities in general. Yeah. That's happened to me. Wow, that's interesting. Which isn't a scary thing. It's just like what the hell. Something's messing with my electronics. Trying to get your attention probably. Or trying to stop me from saint stuff. That's more like just. I got that's. That's true, too. Yeah, very well could be. So when you're on these paranormal investigations, how do you stay calm? It's easy. Actually you know especially if it's quiet, you know you go in. It's quiet a at first of course because you know. Everybody's quiet in the room and they're starting to ask questions and starting to talk spirits and whatnot and. when something actually happens, that's when it gets a little challenging to stay calm because. You automatically get this adrenaline rush, and you just get like the cited and like you know when the poker chip thing happened to us, the legal tender for example I was like falling asleep. I was yawning I was getting so tired and then all of a sudden this poker chip. No incident happens in. It just woke me right up. And you know gave me a little bit of excitement. I mean I was. Scared me a little bit. You know I mean having you not get. Time to time so. Activated. Point. Yes, absolutely absolutely. Yeah I was just amazed. so stuff like that happens, and of course not definitely causes excitement, but it can't be the type of person as a paranormal investigator. Just run out of a building or something crazy like that. You know you have to start. Day, they're exactly. Do. Yeah so you but for the most part you know it's. It's usually real easy to stay calm. I don't know if I take on. So what kind of challenges are hurdles? Does your team face when going on paranormal investigations? And how do you overcome them? Current, it nothing too.
"investigator" Discussed on Cryptic Chronicles
"Mean. I can go on and on. Your team ever catch. As a matter of fact to es we captured a couple of things at this one small location. Here New Mexico. I brought on a guest investigator he He had a camera set in one of the rooms in this little building. and. We caught a shadowed figure and yeah, it was pretty quite interesting and another fill another video in the same room at the same angle. Actually you see some like like anomaly type thing manifesting itself like on the other side of the same exact screens, two different videos, two different periods of time, but none of us were in that room, and it's an enclosed room. There's only one door one way in one way out, so that was pretty interesting as well. Yeah! That's kind of creepy. So I understand that one of estimators daters is when Nita. She comes from a long line of healers. So what exactly drew her to begin the team and start the team? Do you know? Did she give you any stories about her? Experiences. While she's always been connected to the paranormal She is what you would call a psychic medium as well you know. She feels different energies, and she's had experiences pretty much her whole life so I'm not exactly one hundred percent positive as to what you know drove her to starts the team. I can't recall. might have told me once before, but I can't say for sure but but yeah, she's actually She's a very. She's very sensitive, so she's like a genuine. Yes. As fascinating, do you have any like spiritual connections to the paranormal at all? Not Sensitive by any means. I don't actually feel things. I don't see things i. don't hear things you know unless it's like in real time, not.
"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast
"Broadcasting from the crossroads of the West in historic Salt Lake City when you're listening to the Inter Mountain P. I. Podcast? Here's your host celebrated Utah. Private investigator. Scott Fulmer hey welcome back to the podcast. Tom Scott Fulmer. I'M A UTAH. Private investigator and I am author of confessions of a private eye. You can find my book on Amazon and you can find me on the web at. WWW DOT inter mountain p I dot Com just had the pleasure of speaking with Matt Spare and I will be in a future future episode of his podcast. It's called Pi Perspectives. You can find it wherever you get your podcasts. You're listening to episode number thirty five ways private investigators except client payments. So let's talk about the five ways private investigators except client payments. Now obviously there are more five ways. There's a lot of different ways but the goal is to give your client plenty of ways to put their money in your pocket as speaking of getting paid track ops has ways to keep your cash flow well flowing track. OPS is a powerful investigation management platform. In fact it's used by companies of all sizes is is in countries all around the world with features designed for managing every aspect of the PI agency. Track OPS has the tools you need to streamline your operation in from intake to invoice track ops you can see at a glance how much budget remains on a particular file. So let's make twenty twenty year. You become more profitable with track ops. You can get checkups free right now for fifteen days by signing a patrol cops dot com mentioned that you heard about it on the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast outcast. And you'RE GONNA get an additional ten percent off of your base. Subscription price track ops his case management made easy. So let's talk about the five ways private investigators except client payments. The first is accounting software programs such as quickbooks and fresh books they allow you to accept credit card payments plus they seamlessly integrated clients payment right into your accounting he can also send invoices by email. Alan you can even use a credit card reader. For example quickbooks has the go payment at put allows you to accept the credit cards. And you'RE GONNA want to check these show notes at. WWW DOT inter mountain dot com for the specific rates and fees. Go to the website. Go to the podcast go to this podcast episode which is number thirty and at the bottom you will find the actual rates and fees number to a bank cashier's check cashier's check is essentially a check from the bank in other words is guaranteed certified funds. You can feel comfortable accepting a cashier's check from customer because it won't bounce on the other hand and there is such thing as fraudulent cashier's checks so if there's any question as to the authenticity of the cashier's check just take it to your bank and had them review it the third of the five ways private investigators except client payments through mobile payment services for example APPs such as Vin Mo- pay pal how and facebook payments and the plus side if you're dealing especially with domestic clients. They're probably already familiar with these types of APPs they're already using vim. Oh they're probably already using facebook payment so it's not any new ground for them and again the idea is to make it easy for clients to pay you. Number number. Four is credit cards for one thing. The credit card industry has changed dramatically in the last twenty to thirty years as a matter of fact the days of leasing and expensive credit record terminal and paying outrageous monthly fees and monthly minimums are over. There are numerous companies right now. Such as stripe clover pay the anywhere and of course square that allow you to accept credit card payments they typically charge a percentage of the payment and then a flat fee again check the show notes is for current rates unlike the aforementioned accounting and mobile payment examples these other services are strictly credit card services. They each provide a card reader. You probably we're GONNA have to pay for them some. Give them free. But most you're GONNA have to pay and with a credit card reader you can accept credit cards by magnetic strip by M. V. Chip contactless card. Hard Apple. Pay Whatever the card. We Use your connected by Bluetooth to your cell phone or to your tablet for instance you can meet a client at a coffee shop and accept a payment right there here at the table and finally the fifth way private investigators accept customer. Payments is through a bank wire conventional bank wire is simply an electronic the transfer of funds between two people are two entities. Amankwah should not be confused with an Ach transferred that something totally different. But Bank wires can be sent sent both domestically and internationally client would pay about twenty five to thirty five dollars to send you a domestic bank wire whereas a the international bank wire would be about thirty to sixty dollars. It really depends on the bank now. There's no cost for you to receive the bank wire which is a plus and depending on the bank a domestic bank wire can occur the same day so you can. You can get the money the same day International Bank W- may take a couple of days and this has been five ways as private investigators except client payments. There are numerous other methods but these five ways or some of the most common. You've been listening to the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast the number one show for private investigators who wanted to take their investigative skills to the next level. Join join us every Tuesday on Apple Google spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and be sure to subscribe rate and give us a five star review. Send your comments comments and questions to podcast at Inter Mountain. Pi Dot Com. That is it for this week's episode until next time this is Utah private investigator. Investigators Scott Fulmer or my new. The game.
"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast
"Well come back to another episode of the Inter Mountain V. I. Podcast Broadcasting from somewhere along the Wasatch Frontier Ryan Cold Utah. I'm your host Scott Fulmer a license private investigator and author of confessions of a private eye available now on Amazon. This is episode fourteen of the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast thirty five of the best marketing tips for private investigators. Now do you think private investigator. Marketing is just business. Cards and billboards think again. Everything is marketing everything from your brochures to how you write your reports even how you answer the telephone. It's all marketing. This is not going to be your were Ordinary list of private investigator marketing tips. Some of them of course will be familiar. But I really want you to think outside the box and I'd like you to consider a different approach. The Marketing Kevin Inclusive approach that touches on every aspect of your business to that end considered these thirty five of the best marketing tips for private investigators. Peters number one your email address your email address is a marketing tool. It should reflect the domain of your company's website for example if your company is ABC the investigations in your email address should be Bob at ABC investigations. Every email. You send is an advertisement for your company. Email addresses is like Bob at hotmail dot com or Bob at gmail.com just unprofessional number to be a purple cow. Seth go Dan's Book Nets G. UH-HUH D. I n.. Go Dan. His book is called Purple Cow. It's about making your business remarkable from your business cards to your logo. Your approach should be to stand out from other private investigative firms. I'm a big believer in going against the norm and doing things that are different in a world of black and white dairy cows be purple. Oh cow number. Three part investigator part therapist part priest. Welcome to the new age. You're not on the job anymore. This is the private sector. New cases here often began with the telephone. And how you answer. The phone and deal with. Potential clients is marketing a gruff. Hello and simply stating I charge X.. Number dollars per hour are isn't going to cut it especially with domestic clients. They expect you to be part investigator part therapist and part priest. They want to feel comfortable with you. Have it number. Five five of Stephen. Covey's seven habits of highly effective people states seek first to understand then to be understood. Most People Covey says do not listened with the intent to understand they listen with the intent to reply and a big part of private investigator. Marketing is selling your services over the phone so it begins with listening with the intent to understand your clients problems to understand what they want and of course this goes hand in hand with number four. which is if they like you? They will hire you in in other words if you build it they will come at truism if there ever was one but your clients. Decisions are all based on emotions. Let me say that again. Your clients decisions are all based on emotions simply put as you speak with a potential client. Want you to listen. What I'm about to say here is very important as you speak with a potential client if you're friendly helpful helpful and professional they will like you and if they like you they will trust you and if they trust you they will hire you? Say That again as you speak with a potential client if you're friendly friendly helpful and professional they will like you and if they like you they will trust you and if they trust you they will hire you. That's private investigator. Markets it's best number five social media. You should have a presence on social media. Of course it's free and it's a great way to market your private investigator services although depending on what you do you and how you approach it you may or may not make money but generally speaking the real value the social media is having. You're having viewed as an industry thought leader and as a professional number six. Write an article seriously. Share your expertise industry publications such as Pi now dot com and pursued MAG dot com an all ends in many others. They're all clamoring for articles by private. Investigators it'll give you free exposure in the industry and and can bring in more business. And furthermore it'll foster tree your image as a professional private investigator and an expert number seven get a website. A web presence is a must for marketing. Your Business but a website can bring in business or it can drive business away as potential clients browse your site. They're looking for reasons to hire you or reasons not to depending on what your website looks like number eight. Eight adjusters are sick of doughnuts. Dropping off donuts with local insurance. ADJUSTERS has really been go to marketing tool for decades but truth be told adjusters or pretty much sick of donuts so try something different for change bagels and cream cheese. Serve Breakfast tacos hot chocolate packets or gourmet coffee and coffee mugs with your logo ago. But don't forget the main purpose of the visit is not to drop off bagels but to keep your face in front of clients and meet potential clients and of course. Don't be shy to ask them. If they have a case for you number nine write a blog share your thoughts with the world and writing a blog is a great way to organically increase your profile on Google and other search engines again. You'll be viewed as an expert and with this in mind You should check out many of the popular blogs that are written by private investigators. Brian Willingham Rachelle Davis Davis Kasich and Kucic There's another one called guns gams and gumshoes and if you go to my My website at www dot inter inter mountain Pi Dot Com. Click on the PODCAST. And you'll be able to read this PODCASTS in there are links to all of these websites number ten host podcast moreover if you're slightly more daring consider hosting a podcast. It's easier than you think. That's a great way to market your private investigator business and I check out some of the at a private investigator podcast to see what other people are doing out there again. The links are on my website at number eleven. Make it easy to get paid. All your marketing efforts will be for naught if if an out of state client hires you and you have to wait a week for a check via snail. Mail getting paid. These days is easier than ever their APP. Such a Stripe Square Vinho even pay pal and quickbooks. They can accept credit cards and put money and retainers into your bank account quickly. The choices are legion. Something added this. I often hear your private. Investigators complained about the cost of these services. But my friends. It's the price of doing business if you're not accepting credit cards you're losing business and you can always pass that cost onto onto your customer and don't forget to brand your credit card services. Clients should see your company name and logo on their receipt number twelve facebook ads. Depending on who your potential clients are advertising on. FACEBOOK may be worth it on the other hand. It may not I've had mixed results so do some ad testing on facebook before you totally commit your budget budget number. Thirteen cold calls by telephone. Cases often begin with the phone call on the other hand cold calling. Potential clients is a great marketing tool. But remember it's a numbers I gave. You might make fifty calls and out of those fifty calls you'll speak with three potential clients and eventually maybe get one new case so make sure you have something to offer them such as a free report Torah short presentation and number fourteen is cold calls in person so aside from the telephone cold call you can also meet people in person and a cold call and they can be valuable or they can be wasted time again. Make sure you have something to offer the potential client and all of this depends on the types of services that you offer and who your clients are number fifteen be a joiner. I'm talking specifically early about joining private investigation organization sets as the PI. A you tally. Kelly valley all the allies out. There this will give you an opportunity to meet other private investigators and market your services to them number sixteen. Be a guest on a podcast. I've said number seventeen. Write a book. Is there an idea for a book. percolating working in the back of your mind. I bet there is. I turn my former blog into a book. Confessions of private eye and publishing book gives you credibility it opens up a brand new area from marketing number eighteen make videos to youtube channel. Start making private investigator related videos number. Nineteen speechifying I. I give a talk at a conference or seminar reading your local Rotary Club. It's all about networking practicing your presentation and meeting people who can turn out to be potential clients. It's number twenty. Do a radio commercial. Do you have a face for radio..
"investigator" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Was negative for drugs every the dogs didn't didn't hit on the materials and it looks like these worker nurse into what they called a nerd materials it was just some sort of a nerd powder like flour or something like that exactly like powder or like like flour or baby powder my god why would he do that why would he stuff that in the wheel wells the more experienced no more experienced veteran inspectors told her that this wouldn't be the first time that a guy got ripped off with baby but talcum powder and brought we paid a lot of money for it and of course that's not illegal right exactly it's not illegal so now they had to face the possibility of having to let the guy go well that that kinda went out the window because as this was going on the guy broke free from the inspectors and wild and went and hi jacked a car that was passing by pulled out the passenger and tried to get into the car to a hot car jacket and the skate so they connected to a written and they captured guy brought him back and challenge they didn't they still didn't tell this was inert material they just brought him back maybe he didn't know maybe he thought it was the real deal that's what they were saying she was a mule maybe but the the investigator for the day the American female customs inspector told them keep searching the car we have to tear it apart because the answer will be in the car yeah and so that's what she said the answer will be in the car so they pulled apart the mechanisms in the car you know they literally you know I'm screwed things and pull things apart and the started finding like she said they started finding the answer in the car because they started finding circuit boards timers different some things that looked like fuse devices all.
"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast
"And welcome back to another episode of the Inter Mountain? The I private investigator podcast. I'm your host Scott. Fulmer a licensed private investigator and author of confessions of a private eye available now on Amazon. The best and most listened to private investigator podcasts. I've traveled a lot as a as a PI. And I'm sure you do as well and for that reason. I listen to podcasts. Now to the uninitiated. PODCAST is simply an audio recording. Its Talk Radio on demand as a result you can listen whenever and wherever you want and private investigative. PODCASTS are basically free continuing education. I like you I I sometimes get bogged down in the day to day minutiae of investigative work. And then I attend a conference or seminar and I'm exposed to new ideas and new methods and that's essentially what a private investigator podcast offers. So what are the best and most listened to private investigator. podcasts outcasts well I mean. It's obviously upper interpretation but I've listened my personal favorites here. I think there's about eight of them that I've listed by the way I've only listed podcast acid hosted by actual private investigators in other words experienced. Pi's that have something to offer the industry with a couple of exceptions. I think two maybe three. I've only included active private investigator podcasts. So here's the list in no particular order. I is the G. I. M. G.. PODCAST ask that is the global investigators media group it was launched in two thousand fourteen. My Florida private investigator. Tim Roar of the Grafton Group well-known Colorado Colorado private investigators Dean Karen Beers of associates in forensic investigations are also hosts and the team was rounded out by a couple of other Florida. Pi's Richard Harrison Rory Macmahon who you know the entire group basically rotate hosting duties and each hour. Long episode of course is different. They discussed private Dr Investigator News and current industry trends and dean and Karin. Obviously forensics at the PODCAST is inactive. There last episode was earlier this here in two thousand eighteen. However years worth of back episodes that you can still enjoy and the podcast? Production is no frills but it does provide great information nations and overall. It's a really good podcast number. Two is my favorite detective stories and this is a relatively new podcast. It's hosted by private investigator. John a Hoda of Hoda investigations in Milford Connecticut for starters. John's podcast is it's really enjoyable and you can tell that he enjoys is what he does. by the way he interacts with guests he has a storied career in law enforcement. And in private investigations and I think that At least this is my opinion. The podcast cast is his way of mentoring to new private investigators in the industry each forty five minute weekly episode follows the same format he interviews current or or past private investigators on ask them how they got started in the business and ask them a little bit about their specialties. And what kind of niche they fill and in the end he asked the guest talk talk about one of their favourite cases. John Interviewed me for episode number. Twenty nine of my favorite detective stories and you can listen to it on his podcast or and this is applies to all the links that I'm going to all the PODCASTS. On going to mention today you can go to my website at www dot inter mountain dot com. Tom And click on the page listed. The podcast and then on this particular post you will find all the links to not only the podcast asp but all the individuals that I will be discussing today and if you enjoy any of them don't forget to subscribe to them. Never three is the American Pi Nepal Jabe Abe. That's J E B is a Minnesota private investigator or as they say up there in Minnesota and he is the CEO of Hartland Investigative Group. He hosts the the American. Pi podcast and Paul is an acclaimed. Private investigator needs a frequent presenter at industry conferences. His name is probably familiar to you but he is is best known for his work on the interstate. Thirty five West Bridge Collapse in Minnesota that occurred in two thousand seven episodes of the American. Pi podcast or about an hour long sometimes a little bit longer in Alan Goodman from the rocky coast of Maine often joins Paul Goodman is who t his input alone is worth a listen and I will listen to this. PODCAST is rather appreciate for example. They were talking about drones in the Pi Business before anybody was so summarise the podcast features discussions of news current different legislation that is important and industry trends in short. It's one of the best and most listened to private investigator. podcasts all started the podcast in two thousand nine But this podcast is also currently inactive. He has not put a new episode out in about a year and fortunately for us he is very very busy but you can still take take advantage of numerous back episodes. It's a monthly podcast and the production value is very well done by the way. I was also Paul's guest for his February. Two Thousand Fifteen podcast. So if you go to my website again. WWW DOT inter mountain pi dot Com. Go to the podcast and you can find links to my appearance. Next is declassified now this is a weekly podcast it's hosted by private investigator. Francey Keller of special circumstances an investigation firm out of Oakland California and Francey is the former president of both NCIS and Kelly the California Association of license investigators or cases have been featured by the way in print and on television including the TV show unsolved mysteries and in France. He's podcast each episode is about an hour along and she interviews current and past private investigators and discusses within how they got started in the business and a little bit about their niche and about their struggles as a Pi. He I Francis Interview Style is very informal which I like. She allows her gas to just talk and she'll interject important questions now and again. Occasionally she takes she forgets gets to take mandated commercial breaks. But that's because like the rest of us she's get so caught up in what our guests have to say and I was also on Francey show and you can find the link on my website site as well. Pi's declassified should certainly be on the top of your list. We're talking about private investigator podcasts. Some of the best ones and the most listened to and I want remember that they are basically free continuing education. The next one is called sound of pursuit. And this podcast is very well produced. Probably the the best produced of all that I've listed and in fact it sounds like something out of NPR but Tennessee. Private investigator. Hal Humphry is the host and he along with his better half. Kim Greene Produce Reduce Pursuit magazine and he's also the owner of find. Pi So you're probably familiar with him but to begin with sound pursued as unique podcast and it it Unlike like all the others. I've mentioned it features reenactments of interesting cases by real private. Investigators at each episode is intriguing and very well written very well all done my only complaint the episode too short and they're too infrequent and how told me wants today. It's it's really time consuming especially the backroom production efforts and that's what keeps him from turning out more timely episodes and I certainly understand that that and the fact that HAL is in demand as as a private investigator. So as you will find with most of these folks. They're all active active private investigators. And so the podcast is much. It's more of a Labor of love because it's not something that's necessarily bringing home the Bacon Bacon by the way how long Kim. We're in Salt Lake City about a month ago and my wife Valerie and I met them for dinner at our favorite Mexican restaurant. The Red Iguana and how was blown away by the restaurants. What's Moulay I'm talking about the national dish of Mexico not the small Furry Mammal? The next podcast is without warning Tennessee. Private Investigators Sheila was sake the host this new podcast. She is a mother of two and a well known and respected professional investigator and she specializes in cold cases. As a matter of fact it was as her persistence that led to solving the twenty five year old. Cold case murder of Angie Somoza. Angie was Sheila's friend and her former college roommate and this is Kinda what launched her her into the private investigation. Business she does cases have been featured on dateline twenty twenty the podcast criminal and other media outlets. And in fact you you can listen to. Her appearance on criminal is fantastic. podcast not by private investigator. So it's not on my list here that you can hear her appearance on criminal. Go to my website for would link. Incidentally if you're familiar with serial podcast from the creators of this American life then you'll know what to expect from without warning like cereal without warning tells there's one story in sequential episodes over the course of the season and season one features. The Lauren Edgy case. The podcast is produced exceptionally well and weekly episodes so throughout every Thursday and there are about thirty minutes to an hour long and finally my podcast. Yes it's one of my favorite aside from all the others. I would recommend COMMU listening to this one Inter Mountain. Pi a private investigator. podcast aside from hosting this podcast. I'm also the principal at Inter Mountain. Pi a private investigation firm Airman Salt Lake City and I am also the author of the true crime. Memoir Confessions of a private eye which is on Amazon. My podcast comes out on Tuesdays and there is a link on my website. WWW DOT inter mountain pi dot com episodes or about ten to fifteen minutes. Long can be longer. I go into detail about about some aspect of the private investigation. Business for instance when we can talk about how to build rapport interviews and are the following. Week I may discuss how private investigators can help legal professionals nationals but my goal has always been to provide hands on techniques or methods to assist you in becoming better at what you do. So that is the best and most listened to private investigator podcasts. If your podcast did not make the list drop me a line at podcast at Inter Mountain P I dot Com and let me know to summarise three seven podcasts are inactive and that's because producing and hosting a podcast takes time and it takes money and Pi podcasters. I take time away from paid. Investigative work to produce an episode. Therefore if you enjoyed podcasts I would recommend that you consider supporting them financially every a little bit helps at the very least. Please subscribe to the ones that you enjoy and give them five-star reviews on itunes. Or wherever you get your podcasts thought thought leaders in the private investigation industry produces podcasts. Nevertheless whether you're a novice or an experience Pi you're going to learn something. I subscribe to each private five investigator. PODCAST on this list with you. Enjoy my podcast. I I would recommend you check out my first book. Confessions of a private is about my thirty years as a private investigator. And some of the crazy. Wild wacky things that I've experienced by your copy on Amazon and paperback or kindle or you can go to Barnes and noble and get it for with a Nook as well and by the way I'm available for book signings and readings. You can send your request to media at Inter Mountain. Pi Dot Com. Also if you need a speaker for your conference is our seminar Especially here as we enter two thousand nineteen. Give me a call. You can reach me at eight one. Eight seven four eight six five eight and make sure you subscribe arrived to the Inter Mountain. Pi a private investigator. podcast on itunes Google stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. 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"investigator" Discussed on Intermountain PI Podcast
"Broadcasting from the crossroads of the West in historic Salt Lake City. You're listening to the Inter Inter Mountain. Pi podcast here's your host celebrated Utah Private investigator Scott Fulmer. Welcome back to the PODCAST. I'm Scott fulmer author of confessions of private eye. You can find my book on Amazon and you can find me on the web at. WWW dot inter mountain pi dot dot Com. You're listening to episode number. Eighteen six private investigator tips to prevent fraud in business. I am pleased to announce that the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast is now sponsored by track ops a powerful investigation management platform used by companies of all sizes and in in countries all around the world with each designed for managing every aspect of a PI agency. Trek up says the tools streamline your operation from intake to invoice voice. How do I know because I use track ops? And it's made all the difference in my business so right now I have a special offer for you. Try Track OPS. Free for fifteen days right now you can go and sign up at track OPS DOT COM and by the way if you mention this ad if you mentioned that you heard about traps on the Inter Mountain Pi podcast. You'RE GONNA get an additional ten percent off on your base. Subscription price track OPS. His case management made easy. Let's talk about six private investigator tips to prevent fraud in business and I I'd like to consider a few statistics when it comes to theft in small business. For example apple employees are responsible for about fifty eight percent of the time shoplifters account for about thirty five percent and other words employees are more likely to steal deal from you than customers. In fact a recent study suggested that seventy five percent of employees have stolen from their employer. At least once men are more likely likely steal than women however it takes about two years before a fraud is even detected and whether your employees a high school graduate or a college graduate doesn't seem to matter. They both account for about thirty five percent of thefts in the workplace on the other hand employees with graduate degrees only account for eleven percent of thefts but they typically steel you'll five times more and that's primarily because they are in a higher position with Fiduciary Trust by these statistics come from the Association of Certified Fight Fraud Examiners. This begs the question. Why me why do employees steal lots of reasons really? I mean greed for starters then there's a financial financial problem that they may be having an unexpected bills and of course addictions such as drugs gambling and alcohol can be factor and sometimes they steal just because house of opportunity for example due to weak financial controls or bad cash management procedures in the final analysis. Your employees can be your greatest this asset or your greatest source of risk with this in mind. Consider these six private investigator tips to prevent fraud in business. Now there's a hundred other tip Sikorsky's of course these Six I think important number one pre employment background check and background check looks at criminal history sex offender status credit credit report driving records education previous jobs and references and background. Check can cost anywhere from thirty dollars to three hundred or even three thousand. It just depends on what you WANNA check and it's not gonNA stop someone from stealing but it may stop you from hiring a bad risk number two accounting and bookkeeping another key point. Don't allow the same employees to do accounts receivable and accounts payable in fact. Don't allow the same employees to do the accounting and bookkeeping. Furthermore employees who handle company finances shouldn't operate in isolation. Make sure you institute. A regular unplanned audited by Third Party additionally additionally make sure the same employee doesn't open the mail and post the checks again these tasks should be done by two different employees. Finally keep track of who your vendors yes and employees our employees often issue checks to fake vendor counts or fake employees and then redirect the money to their own accounts number three security pretty cameras equally important. Today's advanced security cameras. They're they're digital or four K. They have low light capabilities and they back up to the cloud. As a matter of fact you can even log in and watch them from your home in your pajamas. Make sure your employees and your customers are aware of the security cameras. Not only may that serve as a deterrent but it also will the provide tangible proof of a crime number. Four keep employee records up to date. He'll thank me later on this one. Make sure you have a current photo phone number home home address and vehicle information on your employees in the event that you need to conduct a workers. Compensation claim investigation is current information is going to be absolutely critical. Oh number five when it comes to theft be wary of employees for example. Be Wary of a hardworking employee. That never takes vacation not to mention employees at come in early you stay late or appear to be living beyond their means especially if they've been with you a long time. Unfortunately it's always the last people you'd suspect and finally number six with Workers Chris. COMP claims be wary of employees finally be wary of employees filing fraudulent workers comp claims especially if they were injured on a Friday afternoon soon or a Monday morning. These claims are often involved in outdoor sports on the weekends and they may try to claim a sports injury as occurring at work other employees have part time labor intensive businesses on the side like putting roofs on the house or building decks and still others are often getting ready to retire or leave for another job also get this statistically typically the newer the employee the more likely the claim is fraudulent. These are all red flags. It may indicate worker's comp fraud and you probably thinking that's why I have insurance so I don't have to worry about these things but if you want to keep your insurance costs down and have a safe workplace and maintain your company productivity. You need to be proactive. PROACTIV you've been listening to the Inter Mountain. Pi podcast the number one show for private investigators. Who wanted to take their investigative skills gills to the next level? Join US every Tuesday on Apple Google spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and be sure to subscribe rate and give us. It's a five star review. Send your comments and questions to podcast at Inter Mountain P. I DOT COM. That is it for this week's episode until next time this is Utah private investigator. Scott fulmer reminding you. The game is afoot.
"investigator" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Did you ever hire a private investigator member talking about this you were going to study to be one yes there's an update I did not hire the private investigator yet magnum PI the update next he knew the friends twenty two point seven KIIS FM all.
"investigator" Discussed on Undisclosed
"There's a degree of specialized training for officers. Investigate other officers training that covers among other things the. Legal rights that apply. So that investigators don't inadvertently Sproule up and administrative investigation by violating officers administrative due process rights, even with all of that training. You want officers to have some experience some experience actually applying some of that time. So it would for example, sure help if they had done a stint as a homicide investigator, or as an internal affairs investigator or better yet in both the broader the investigators exposure, and the broader their knowledge base better. They will be able to apply the skills that they've learned to the situations that they have to investigate all of the depend. Whereas that unit not only have any homicide experience. They had no investigator experience. Okay. Yeah. So well, yeah. There's there's so much with this. You have no idea Seth you have no idea..
"investigator" Discussed on StartUp Podcast
"They couldn't compare the samples, and I told her, hey, when when us up here on contra Costa county are doing the technology that you're doing I'll give you another phone call, and we hung up at that point. And. Four years before we got to that point. And what are you doing during those four years? Well, I was heavily involved in other cases during that time. And then ultimately, I promoted up now, I was a supervisor and a manager over the criminalistics section of the crime lab, and I was no longer doing the the casework myself. I was assigning it out. And are you in charge? Now of like, updating your technology. Yes. Was part of it. Wait, literally, you got promoted and the first thing, and when he first acts was like, we gotta get those machines. They have an Orange County. You know, what are those things where it was? We gotta get the, you know, the East Air rapist DNA done in this new technology, so I- flooded the DNA unit with requests to do. You know, one cold case after another using DNA technology with this new with this new technology. But of course, East Air, rapists, was one of the one of the early ones that I wanted to have done. So I assumed that out to a DNA analyst. I said, hey, call Mary Hong Chow down Orange County. I talked to her for years on this case. And just, you know, see if it's the same guy, and I was not expecting it to be the same guy was more just double check it. And then we can we can move on. And what happened no about I think it was about an hour later. I'm sitting in my office just doing you know, typical administrative stuff that I was having to do at the time and he walked in. And he said why called Mary, and it was a match. He and he's he's a he's got a personality. That's very understated ahead. I I'm just looking at him. And he says, Yep. You know, we literally read the DNA profile to each other. It's the same guy. So the east area rapist was matching a series of cases that Mary Hong down at Orange County sheriff's office had done. So I immediately called Mary Hong up because I'm now calculating going there. I've got fifty attacks in northern California. I know the east area rapist did she's got homicides down there. This is huge. Two separate California communities, hundreds of miles apart had experienced, stained and vicious crimes breeze. And until this moment. No, one knew that all those crimes could be attributed to one person a person who came to be known as the Golden State killer for Paul who've been tracking this perpetrator for years. This felt like the thing that would finally catch him. He got in touch with the lead investigator in Orange County a guy named Larry pool. And this is where I now go. Okay. Larry, I've got all this material. I'm going to send it down to you. And it's just a matter of time. He now, he's got fifty case files that have victims that we're able to say, you know, generally, what this guy kind of looked like they never saw his face. But how big he was what he said to them what he did. Whereas an all his cases as victims were dead. So the guy was a ghost up until that point. So this was a huge rake in the series and all these case files northern. California had all these suspect names. Also, maybe he had a suspect name in his homicide cases that matched a suspect name up in northern California. And he could Neil dig into that guy. And see if he is the original night stalker Easter rapist, right? So you're thinking like, okay. This case is solved now. Yeah. It's just a matter of time. Now, it was just a matter of time. Just a lot more time than Paul was thinking, it'd be the case goes cold again that's coming up after the break..
"investigator" Discussed on WWL
"Sweet. And we have several topics are going to be chatting about throughout the course of the week. But we're going to have a roof focus on paranormal investigating tonight. We're talking with two guests one each hour, Dan Baldwin will start to show. He's got a new he's been a longtime paranormal investigator, and he's got a new book out called the psychic detective guidebook. And then Renzo Martinez will be with us. He's also an investigative journalist and. And we'll be talking about his upcoming show, which is called the witching hour, and what this particular show tries to do is put the quote unquote, investigator back into the phrase paranormal investigator. So we'll see what he has to say about the investigators isn't investigator in the phrase paranormal there, but he for some reason he thinks we've forgotten about that part of the phrase. Paranormal, and it just wouldn't make any sense whatsoever. Just be yeah. He's paranormal. That's it. Paranormal investigator, and then tomorrow, we've got our good friend just just Mudge on author actor just great great grandson of h h Holmes, and we'll be picking up our discussion on American ripper and bloodstains future prospects, he's working on. He's just a great guy all around wonderful person to talk to and I'm looking forward to that show. Yeah. I had a great time. We had him on before. And I ended up watching again, I think it was like six episodes of the show in their effort was to try to prove a connection between h h Holmes who is much. It's great grandfather and the notorious serial killer, Jack, the ripper, and they think that will Jeff thinks there's a connection between the two. In fact, he thinks they're one in the same. But the show got cancelled. So I Don Jeff is going to be able to fill us into in. What's happened since maybe they've just continued the investigation on their own like I cancelled lake at a high point we we are waiting for the next season a kick back in all excited about it. And it wasn't coming back. Yeah. And they kind of left it at like, a cliffhanger. You're kind of deal. They're going to do some excavating and they were on the verge of discovering something kind of important, and they just didn't come back. We have no idea. What happened I now? Geez. You know, they're going to do that to us with like, cursive, oak island or something. Coming back coming back soon is it. Yeah. I'm not sure exactly what I saw a preview for it. But yeah. How many? You know, what's going to happen? It's going to be one of those things where it's going to be like next next week's episode. They finally found it, but they're gonna cancel it that night. You know, what's funny is that you and I have been talking. Well, we've been doing this show for over two years and even prior to that we were talking about curse of oak island. And you know, we've kind of we're getting running out of breath. I think they they're just cursed either. They are just digging in the wrong spot completely cursed. Investigators of okay there, we go there. I mean, the explains it all right there. But there's something, you know, they've looked and they've done more than anybody ever has. And they still haven't come up with anything. It's not a big island. No, it's not it's not you'd think they would have been we'll find it by now. And I I love the legend. I love the mystery of the whole thing I enjoyed the show and I'll enjoy it again. I mean, maybe they will find something. I don't know. But I think people are starting to kind of say, well, you know, if they haven't found by now, maybe it's just not there. But I'm one of those people who you get three or four seasons in you, get bored. So I'll I'll put it away for a while. And then I'll start watching the seasons a cat. Yeah. From the beginning up to those points, and I just I tend not to really watch much newer Tolkien. I always go back to older things. Like lately, I've been watching the shields again, which was my favorite show ever with Michael chiklis. And I'm back into watching that I finally made it to season five hours watch it as laying in bed falling asleep. But there's a reason we do this show together because I'm the same way. And I prefer the comfort of shows that I've watched the as opposed to try to get invested in a new show. It's almost like work to get invested in a new show. It is especially these these days were show us to start off you get right into it. Now, it's usually three four five episodes in before star following Dexter phenomenal show. But it took you at least three or four episodes before you could start really sticking with it. Yeah. Like, I often go back to friends. I mean, I'm not ashamed to say it friends is a great show. And I love, you know, throw it on in just it always entertains me. I always leave him one of those comedy guys. But now, I mean friends the very last episode of friends aired when my twins were being more. Oh, really hospital room. Yeah. So, but so that's one of those things, but anyways, so and that's pretty much JV and my rent for tonight. TV shows, and how old TV shows that are so much better than new TV show has taken so true. It really is. All right on that note. I think we'll take a break and gather our thoughts, and we'll get our guest Dan Baldwin on as an author, and we're going to.
"investigator" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"That i just don't think i could ever build back because i would be like a private investigator looking at your car bills and call you all the time where are doing what do you do i just don't think i could ever trust right you couldn't and i think there's two different kinds i think that is good people getting bad situations xactly and i think the key to that is you never stay in a bad situation that's what credit i made a deal at the very beginning because i think you're right good people can go down about pound like what will they suit i think about a bachelorette party 'cause writer chugging situational situational so say you and your you and your spouse had just been like slightly disconnected for whatever a month or whatever get your your time and then say you're out in a bad situation whatever whatever that situation as a new no that that situation is not ideal or you wouldn't want your partner in that situation you just get out of that situation will the court instantly i think for me that's the key is but i think a lot of people don't have the terry doesn't have that like he's so naive i think sometimes said he doesn't realize it he was sitting a bar with paul in new york right like it might have been ran everybody came out many there were going press tour and they were there i think i was filming here and so paul said let's go have dinner at wherever so he was sitting at like some restaurant that had like an outside sidewalk thing so they had dinner in they went inside or something right there sitting at the bar solar remember interior goes any told me this immediately he was so grossed out he goes a woman came up behind him and started massaging his shoulders at the bar anyone like you don't terry like that's like known nets lighten knowing point gasoline like what yeah don't you know and he was so grossed up at what if it wasn't him right what if he wasn't grossed out about right what if any rad in moscow i'm sorry i just think that you're either born with it or you're not right you can't you're either you're either capable sheeting or your nice like i know people very close to me are okay with saying yeah it was just a kiss i was nothing it meant nothing you go home and you know you have nothing ever happened and there's no emotional ties to it there's some that just get emotionally tied because maybe they're lacking something at home and then into some women that are men that just don't have it in them like i just think so you don't think a guy could be at a going to keep going back to the batch bachelor party like hideous things happen two bedroom or and there's a bunch of guys yet and of course they hire stripper young figured out her in the sweet i know some of those suites they have just topless girls woman in there getting lap dances whatever it i think you're not allowed to touch when it's private and i think you can do anything right see i don't even know on saying like yeah can get dirty maybe it's like supposed to just be lap dances in funny and like come up when i went to mexico on right house tamra and buddha rappers were there but they will grow i mean the i told you all like that i feel like they were like a humping rose i ran the producer hugged producers at if you if you don't tell them to stay away from me i don't i don't want aren't but i'm a girl and then me but i'm just saying like so let's say your guy and you're sitting at this batch apartment has always topless chicks while ground they're giving lap dances and starts off as you love through split now you're wasted and anything to get more money the stripper gray bowl and so they're being more aggressive you don't think a guy could get into the you know end up like fooling around with some girl like that no i think like you said terry would never write material never have not left and see in that's why i think there's there's some people men and women because women cheat on their batch stripes too i think there's no one hurt them yeah there's some people that just have it in them on a busy.
"investigator" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"We think will how do i know if it's intrinsically spiritual enough the work i'm doing and i sense that that's what you're wrestling with because you love your job and you're good at it those are your words but yeah but you're going on i don't know if it has has been kind of god connection to it is that what you're wrestling with all right so what do you do i am an internal investigator for a very large company i interview folks when they're alleged to have been doing something naughty or wrong and then i'm the lucky winner to go and do the research perform investigation and figure out if there's any substance to that allegation very neutral job right but you enjoy it you said you loved it you this is something that obviously you're good at as well so i don't think that you have to get in the weeds with okay i'm looking at my day job and i just don't feel like it's got all of this god ric volts to it i don't think you need to look at it that way because i believe we were created to work so you are somebody who believes in the bible and if you look at genesis let's just let's just call it what it is that that book lays it out that we were designed to work and do work and so the role of this show enlarge part is to help people understand it you were created to do work and specific work and so calling and career calling his has been kind of christian is d but the reality is is that this is what you were created to do and i think you could probably be doing three four five six different things that are all in your sweet spot which is the intersection of your great talent and your great passion so there's something you love about investigation doing that work i think of anything you just begin to look at okay how can i take the skills that i have that make me a good investigator and is there a different place down the line that i'd like to be at where you can see a little bit more of a direct connection of your work so.
"investigator" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The parties again unsatisfactory because they may be looking for a career in the political parties that political parties may have attempt asian to as it was smooth over complaints instead the suggestion as you have an independent investigator who people could complain too and this individual would carry out the investigation and then report to if it was an mp the parliamentary committee the two areas where i think that's going to be a bonnie about the issues of anonymity and sanctions on anonymity the complainant will be granted anonymity not very controversial but so too will be the accused now in the case of an mp the argument is this is necessary to avoid vexatious complaints because obviously of mps names just tossed out into the frame they would beaten alive by the media but we know from very high profile investigations into cases of sexual abuse very often it's only once and accused name is put into the public domain that others come forward to offer further evidence i think there'll be a row about that the secondary where i suspect they'll be controversy is over sanctions basically the sanctions all pretty much existing sanctions transferred over to apply to cases of sexual misconduct and i think many people will view those sanctions as it the lighter end of the scale of punishment they involve things like a a public apology a written apology temporary suspension from the house of commons mandatory training on the really crunch issue can you sank your mp the blunt entrees no not very easily and that of course is at odds with the experience of most of us in our everyday walks of life were very obviously you're accused of sexual misconduct your out the door but is you know it's a very difficult one to crack because how do you sack an mp without defying the will of the.
"investigator" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People
"And then um you know as he progressed who i i guess i say he failed initially in the women he started to attack and then as he would attempt another a sexual assault of a woman but level his violence would grow so you know that this series won a along to wear his his violence continued to increase until you note culminated in the murder investigation her that we did and then you know he followed suit who with her a couple more attacks you know the same level of violence on on on other women wow and this is someone he was he was a i'll go for eighteen years old while saves eighteen years old so he he would have the ultimate become a serial killer if uh you know we hadn't identified who he won and arrested him for what he had done and had he had he been on your radar is he someone he'd been arrested for any of this before was it like you broke this case in realized all these puzzle pieces come together on these these pre existing unsolved cases it was it was he was not on our radar and really what happened is one of the one of the guys that i worked with on the case well i in in in new jersey the prosecutor's office tend to do homicide investigation with the local jurisdiction you know the town and in which the crime 'afrand and so the we'd investigator from the town and i worked what we call casey and um you know he had just noticed uh one of these attacks of a woman after our our murderer he had noticed this woman was approached um and assaulted.
"investigator" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People
"Just hanging out and i saw you know that you were starting to show i figured i call typically when i colon it takes me you know around 10 theor so tries before i give up so i was surprised be get through today how many did it take this week you you know i didn't count that was quick probably seven now has thanks for sticking with it asked year tech here that i get this i love your show so i'm actually excited yeah and you know it's funny um weird a e e i get a era to be doing the interviewing today but typically i do interviews so it's nice to be on the other end now what's want what's that intriguing state mid me well i'm a police officer by trade but i work you know differently than your average hop will not out on the street uh you know run and radar and turn call sure you know all her service in what i do as i worked for what would be like the district attorney's office says most state call it hamann investigator carded my career uh in a in a prosecutor's office you can affect crime hyun it never worked my way through there um then i went to her major crimes unit which handles homicide shooting sent police involves choudhury and robberies in all the violent things and for my career of interviewed a a lot of people interesting for really many wrong reasons but interesting nevertheless so it's just like not i don't have to think as much for this interview on a kind of welcome yeah that's awfully intense.
"investigator" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"A it is problematic if you're subject is dead it's not an insuperable problem you perhaps confined away rounded whom interesting you mentioned a lot of times you talk about your private into a time of the private investigator what do you think that that taught you that major better filmmaker and what about being a filmmaker made you a better private investigator the mine not be any difference between the two of them at the ugly truth what makes good private detective desire to funny things out now zaire to find things out in files file cabinets shuffling through in an endless reams of paper and the ability to talk to people and have people talk to you even more importantly so what is the difference no uh it was always embarrassing to me when i worked as a private detective i would tell people on the filmmaker which was sar because i would say to myself away this i am a filmmaker but i'm telling people on a filmmaker in a way to pretend that i making a film when i'm not making a film i am a filmmaker but i'm pretending to be a filmmaker and it was good incredibly interesting he would show up in a place and he would tell people you are investigating your filmmaker but you didn't have a cameras so they felt completely at used talking to you suresure thego do you think you're one of the great interviewers like you get great answers from people who get great um uh insight from people what have you learned in your years of filmmaking private investigating whatever about how to conduct a good interview and i will take copious notes.