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Private detective agency couple to face trial

Tom Tuite - April 4, 2017 - The Times Ann and Eamonn O Mordha are accused of disclosing information they had obtained illegally to insurers A private detective agency accused of illegally obtaining...

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UK: Britain’s Dirtiest Murder Cover-Up!!!

Interesting read and podcast from The Guardian in the UK on the murdered PI Daniel Morgan, follow this link: “In 1987, Daniel Morgan was found dead in a pub car park with axe wounds to the head and £1,000 in his pocket. Now a gripping new podcast is lifting the lid on...

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USA: PI Day – July 2016

National Private Investigators Day This day was started over two decades ago by Bob Mackowiak, then owner and publisher of PI Magazine. It was in October for a couple years and then forgotten. In 2014, Arthur Athas of Private Investigators now in Australia contacted...

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IRELAND: PI Guilty of DPA Breach

Private Investigator Guilty of Data Protection Breach Oct. 10, 2016 Source: The judge said it was important to publicise prosecutions of this nature The director of a Galway-based...

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Private Detectives Face Fines

Private Detectives Face Fines for Blagging Information for Clients Including Brighton and Hove City Council 6:29pm Wednesday 20th November 2013 - The Argus Private investigators who tricked GP surgeries, utility companies and TV Licensing into handing out personal...

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Posted by PI Magazine October 7, 2013

Colleagues,   There is no doubt we can all learn a very valuable lesson, especially by the wrong doings of a fellow investigator. A Connecticut jury has found Gerald O’Donnell, a local PI guilty of bribery and witness tampering. He was found not guilty of two...

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CANADA – The Investigators

By Francesca Fionda There is some justice today for the Canadian clients and victims of two former private investigators. In February we brought you the story of Cullen Johnson and Elaine White after a number...

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Woman Says Private Eye Saw Too Much

Woman Says Private Eye Saw Too Much By RYAN ABBOTT RICHMOND, Va. (CN) - An estranged wife sued a private detective agency, claiming it trespassed to film her and her boyfriend having "an intimate encounter," and gave the video to her husband. Catherine Williams and...

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Word from the Chairman

Edwards-John-NEWUsers of Professional Investigative Services including members of the public, legal profession, business and corporate clients, are able to select a credible Professional Investigator who is recognized as a “professional” and as such is a member of an established and approved professional association such as The World Association of Professional Investigators (WAPI).

John Edwards