The Private Investigator Thought Experiment, a podcast encouraging innovation among private investigators.
"The elephant in the room for everyone is…. What does the future hold for private investigators? Where are we going as a profession and as a business enterprise? Moreover, is the profession experiencing innovation and if so just what does this innovation look like and offer society at large?" -- Jeremy Lee Pennington, M.A., L.P.I.
Building a Model
Jeremy Lee Pennington discusses the use of models during an investigation.
The Russian Affair
Jeremy Lee Pennington discuss the issue of Russian interference in the election from an upside-down view.
Jeremy Lee Pennington discuss some the issue in retooling a CRM database for investigative database.
The Future - Attack on Investigators
Jeremy Lee Pennington discusses the future of private investigators.
Network Analysis - Building a Network Chart
Jeremy Lee Pennington discusses the process of generating a network chart during an investigation.
Danger - The Internet
Jeremy Lee Pennington discusses the dangers of using information from the Internet during an investigation.
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So far, so good!
As the private investigation career field continues to evolve, I believe that it is important to have subject experts within the field covered in podcast form, especially for those who are on-the-go. Looking forward to more episodes.
Useful for defense investigators
Thank you for the informative podcast geared towards defense investigations.
My thoughts on individuals using out sourced api.
First great podcast. I just started listening and am very happy with your podcast. However, my take on outsourced API is the demographics they target. Yes many people go to what’s easy and less cost, but individuals that tend to want quick unverified results are individuals that don’t have the best interests of others. As a PI, I’m my own alpha on my rock, I let my clients know they are being screened. Another way we should view this market challenge is, as I stated ur the alpha, and much like an individual selling a gun. One is through a black market the other a legal gun store. Personally I don’t want to do business with people that want business quickly it’s never a good sign, and the weak sourced api companies can care less about the buyer it’s profit not ethics nor verification. So my approach is we are dealing with two different market demographics that want the same thing for different reasons. The outsourced api can have their trash quantity while I’ll have my ethical quality. Also, as intelligence officer sigint is never reliable, if as a pi you believe so please choose another career your trash.