Two lessons for doing surveillance as a private investigator.

Working surveillance the other day I was reminded of two lessons I want to share with you so you can be a better private investigator.

1. Be sure you are far enough away from the subject of your investigation that even if something about you (or your vehicle) is noticed, it won’t be noticed by or communicated to your subject.

2. Make sure your report reflects accurately what actually happened and not any assumptions!

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Committed to your success as a private investigator,
Larry Kaye, P.I.

P.S. – The bonus lesson from this video is… If you think you might be stinky, do something about it. ‘Nuff said.

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