Denver Private Investigator’s Blog
Legal Paraprofessionals can now be licensed to perform some legal work in Colorado
Colorado DoorDash case heads to the Colorado Supreme Court
Celebrating International Women’s Day!
New Book on JonBenet Ramsey Case Released Today
Colorado Missing Persons Day Draws Attention to 500+ Coloradoans Who’ve Disappeared
The senate resolution formalize Colorado Missing Persons Day to help raise awareness about the number of people who go missing in Colorado every year. It is observed on the third Monday of February and offers an opportunity to publicly remember the missing and to support their families and friends, many of whom have never stopped searching.
New pilot program aims to keep traffic offenders out of the courts
There’s a new program aimed at keeping people with low-level driving offenses out of the criminal justice system Colorado private investigators should know about. The program is part of JeffCo’s First Judicial District Attorney’s Office overall diversion system called Pathways.
It aims to reduce court backlogs caused by large numbers of Colorado cases involving people charged with driving infractions while their licenses ...
Technology’s impact on Colorado private investigation
Technology is changing the way private investigation happens. Drones, inexpensive surveillance systems and the ubiquitous cell phone are providing us with the opportunity to access more digital data to improve and enhance the way Denver private investigators work.