Public records are the life blood of many investigations, skip traces and background checks. (Obviously pretexting is another strong skill that can make or break a private detective.)
So being able to quickly sift through the “noise” of information you uncover and go quickly to the data you need for your particular case is helpful.
With training and experience you will learn which records to look at first to most expeditiously get the information you (and your client!) need.
This week’s private investigator’s advice will help you to use public records more efficiently.
Let me know if you have a question you’d like me to answer in one of my weekly videos.
Larry Kaye, P.I.