So You Want to be a Private Investigator?

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Every Private Investigator intern can use The Private Investigators Guide. Inside this book: The nuts & bolts to Report writing, ruses & pretext, recorded statement outlines and interviews, staying out of trouble, background and assets searches, were to locate the information, surveillance, forms and much more.

Every Private Investigator intern can use the training manual, The Private Investigators Guide by John Krause. This book includes: The nuts & bolts to report writing, ruses & pretext, recorded statement outlines and interviews, staying out of trouble, background and assets searches, were to locate the information, surveillance, forms and much more.

John Krause, Private Investigator, wrote this manual to assist with the training of novice investigators. Everything in this guide is straight forward leaving no guess work in the basics. The Private Investigators Guide teaches the nuts and bolts of report writing, what not to do, how to interview people, were to search for records, ruses and pretext.

So if you’re thinking about becoming an Investigator, Insurance Adjuster and or Collections Agent, then The Private Investigators Guide will be a vital tool. The Private Investigators Guide is on CDROM for easy fast printable forms and comes with a sample version of ScenePD for accident and crime scene reconstruction.

How to obtain a copy? http://www.pibook.info

John Krause, P.I.

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