One weird thing that comes up in background checks and while skip tracing.

Have you ever been working on a background check or on a skip trace and you find under your subject’s criminal history a day where he got five or six jaywalking tickets?!?

What this frequently means is the guy ran from the police. It was a foot chase and when the cops caught up with him, they didn’t find any drugs or a gun on him. One option they have is to write him a jaywalking ticket for every time her ran across a street outside of the crosswalk while fleeing from the police!

Is this a dirty trick to pull? Maybe, but if you run from the police you know you’re going to lose in one way or another, right?

The important thing is that you know how to “read between the lines” as a private investigator when you see this type of thing. Your clients expect it.

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Committed to your success as a Private Investigator,
-Larry-
Larry Kaye,
Private Investigator

2 thoughts on “One weird thing that comes up in background checks and while skip tracing.

    • Thanks, Theo.

      It’s important to remain honorable. It makes us better people and insures our clients can use all the information we collect for them!

      Thanks for watching.

      -Larry-

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