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A unique, groundbreaking resource, this extraordinary guide was a runaway hit in its first edition. Now revised and expanded, the book reveals all the inside techniques that professional investigators use to find out almost anything about anyone.
|2||Some Basic Research Tools and Resources||7|
|3||Some Basic Techniques and Procedures||24|
|4||Finding "Missing" People||42|
|5||Backgrounding the Individual - Biographical Reference Sources||82|
|6||Backgrounding the Individual - Newspaper and Periodical Searches||93|
|7||Collecting the Basic "Identifiers"||114|
|8||Credit and Financial Information||127|
|10||Backgrounding the Individual - Miscellaneous Records and Resources||163|
|11||Backgrounding the Individual - Special Problems and Methods||176|
|13||Businesses and Nonprofit Organizations||232|
|Bibliography and Resources||263|
|Appendix: Investigative Resources on the Internet||272|
Posted August 26, 2000
This text is a 'must' for the investigator's library. This text is a reference for government investigators and private investigators whose primary purpose is to 'dig deep' into an individual's past employment, education, and personal activities that may affect employment behavior. I have this text on my desk for quick reference. [You will want to place tabs on relevent chapters]. This text is one of the best sources of background references since 'Where's What?' was de-classified and went out of print. The price of $6.98 from Barnes & Noble is the best deal since coffee was ten cents a cup! [Managers, order a copy for all your investigators Now.]Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 30, 2010
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