You need a disclaimer.

The reality of a private investigator doing a criminal background check is that the majority of the information we present to a client originates from public records, and we typically lack surveillance footage of the alleged criminal offenses the target of our inquiry was charged with.

That means we have to include a disclaimer with out reports explaining that, while it’s in everyone’s best interest to have 100% perfect information, that’s just not how it works in the real world!

Here’s the thing…
You data provider my be missing information. (In fact, probably is!)
Your subject may have a criminal history out of the area (like on spring break, for example).
Heck, his social security number or name may have a typo in the court file. (It happens!)

For a hundred reasons I can name, and a 1,000 other reasons, intell just isn’t 100% every time.

That’s why you set your client’s expectations before you take the case and that includes a disclaimer with your report.

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All parties are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

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2 thoughts on “You need a disclaimer.

  1. Wouldn’t a Disclaimer notice be included in a Contract signed prior to the start of a case? Or, are you recommending both Disclaimer notices be on all pages of any report and the Contract?

    • You are 100% right, Randall. Both the contract and the reports need the disclaimer.

      That’s the way I did it and that’s what I recommend.

      Thanks for the excellent question!

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