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The Police Report As An Aid To Your Investigation

Posted by Christine Burke on Tuesday, March 15, 2016, In : private investigation 

As a private investigator, do you view the police department as friend or foe? For me, as a former police officer, I have a unique perspective on the job of officers and the private and public scrutiny that goes with it. I support our guys and gals in blue, because until you have walked in someone's shoes....you know how the saying goes. With that said, frequently a lot of people I meet during the course of my work discount what the police department and its members have to offer in the way o...


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Clear As Mud - Some Legal Terms To Consider In A Background Check

Posted by Christine Burke on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, In : Background Checks 


While recently conducting a background investigation, I was seeking information for a client to determine if a particular applicant had ever been served with a criminal summons, questioned, arrested, taken into custody, indicted, charged with, tried for, pleaded guilty to or been convicted or, or ever been the subject of an investigation concerning the violation of any law, statute, ordinance, rule, regulation, or canon and it references including all incidents, however trivial, whether guilt...
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Christine Burke, Private Investigator Welcome to my blog! It seems that every time I meet someone and tell them my profession, I get the "Wow, that must be so cool" or "I always wanted to be a private investigator" or "Where were you when I needed you", "What types of things do you investigate" and most of all, "Can you help me with...." I thought that this blog might be a good way to answer these questions and more. Please feel free to comment or send me your question!

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