Denver Private Investigator’s Blog

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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 ...

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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.

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Colorado Private Investigator Licensing Outlook

Now that the governor's veto of extending state licensing for private investigators has gone into effect, what does it mean to the profession and its clients and consumers? Is a state license critical to ensuring ethical investigations?  What are best practices for those considering hiring a private investigator in Colorado beyond using an established and reputable firm such as Ross Investigators and how much will the lack of state licensing matter going forward?
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2022 PPIAC Conference Provides Insight into Tools and Trends

The Rocky Mountain chapter of the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado (PPIAC) held its annual conference at the Great Wolf Lodge in Colorado Springs last month.  PIs from Ross Investigators were there to take advantage of numerous educational and networking opportunities throughout the two-day conference.

The conference launched with an ethics presentation from the state Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel and a Colorado legislative ...

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Q&A with Erika Krouse, Author of ‘Tell Me Everything: The Story of a Private Investigation’

Erika Krouse has one of those faces that leads people to tell her everything, she says. It even turns into a job opportunity as a private investigator, and she soon ends up uncovering the truth on one of the biggest national scandals to hit Colorado’s flagship university. If you haven’t read this book yet, you should!

Part memoir and part literary true crime, Tell Me ...

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