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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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Challenging serves accomplished by blending in

Defendants in high-profile court cases may sometimes be difficult to serve with court papers. They may have security or trying to stay out of the public eye. Sometimes “blending in” is the best strategy.  
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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?