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I Broke Away From the Grind in My Late 30s: How I Became a Private Investigator

Whoever said you can’t find your career and passion after your 20s either hasn’t found it yet, isn’t above the age of 30, or a stick in the mud. For me, I found my calling as a private investigator in my late 30s. I had been working in the private sector for over 20 years. My day job working in sales, dealing with a grind that like many jobs, had a way to suck the life and soul out of you. Even though business was going well, I felt that my work was more for the company than...

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Why You Should Hire a New York Private Investigator to Check on Your Loved One’s Caregivers

Placing your loved one into the care of professional caregivers, whether they come to the residence, or your loved one is placed in a nursing home, can be a nerve wracking affair. It is a tough decision that you have to make, but you only want the best for their care. You did your research and found a service or facility that meets your loved one's needs. You met with the caregiver and signed the paper, confident that the professionals can do it competently. However, the people you sign with may not ultimately be the caregivers that work with the patient.

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Prevented a Tragedy: A High School Resource Officer Stops Active Shooter

Dixon Police Officer Mark Dallas has been praised as a hero by members of Dixon High School, his colleagues, the city of Dixon, and Vice-President Mike Pence, for his brave and heroic actions in stopping an active shooter on May 15th, 2018, at Dixon High School. Dallas shot and wounded the gunman, a 19-year-old former student, who opened fire near the school’s west gym, where students have gathered for graduation rehearsal. When the gunman arrived on campus around 8 a.m. and began to...

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See Something, Say Something: How a Community Stopped a Potential School Shooting

Editor’s note: Even though there was no crime committed, we chose to not disclose the subject’s name due to his disturbing behavior. Unless a suspect is at large, we never state a shooter’s name to avoid giving them more media attention and notoriety. You can learn more about this phenomena from the “Don’t Name Them” campaign.  Last month, Syracuse University averted a potential school shooting, thanks to the vigilance of the local community: From a gun...

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Tax Season Brings IRS Scams: How to Protect Yourself

Tax scams have been around for well over a decade-the prerecorded calls and spoofed emails; It’s nothing new. While thankfully more people have caught on and simply hang up or delete the messages, scammers are changing their strategy. Scammers have become more elaborate: This year, the IRS released a new scam alert. With new techniques and many sectors lacking in cybersecurity infrastructure, it has become easier for criminals to steal data from you or your tax professional-acquiring...

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How to Help After Hurricane Harvey: An Important Message from Radius Investigations

This week, we will be taking a small break from our usual "Fun Fact Friday" schedule; I felt that this topic is far more pressing. While many of us are preparing or already on the final summer vacations during the Labor Day holiday weekend, there are those who will not be able to celebrate this week. As Hurricane, Tropical Storm, then Hurricane again, Harvey finally vacated Southern Texas, the damage left behind is, for lack of better words: devastating. As of writing this, it has been reported that there are over 37 people have been declared dead, including Houston Police Sgt. Steve Perez, who drowned while trying to get to work. Countless more are injured and missing. That count, unfortunately, is expected to increase.

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Fun Fact Friday: The Inspiration Behind “Sherlock Holmes”

Sir Arthur Doyle created the iconic character we know today as Sherlock Holmes: The quick-witted, observation skills that err on the side of supernatural, private detective. He has been referenced and depicted in countless pieces of literature, film, and television since Doyle’s release of his Sherlock Holmes book series in the late 1800s. While Holmes’ extraordinary observant and deductive abilities are under unanimous agreement that they require some suspension of belief,...

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Is Airbnb at Fault for Not Performing Proper Background Checks in the Lapayowker Case?

News organizations worldwide are reporting that Leslie Lapayowker, a former Airbnb "superhost" and guest at Carlos Del Olmo's residence through Airbnb, was a victim of sexual assault from Del Olmo during her stay. Lapayowker has filed a lawsuit against Airbnb for negligence in reporting Del Olmo's previous criminal history.

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Employee Background Checks

The goal in any hiring process is to gain employees that you have confidence in their abilities and experience. However, things from the past can fall through the cracks that can affect employment or your company's reputation. Studies show that 3 out of 10 business failures are actually caused by employee theft, and that a third of all applications contain lies. It is important to have a background check process in place to ensure you are hiring the highest quality employees.

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When Is The Right Time To Begin A Wrongful Arrest Investigation?

In general, the police are very careful and well equipped with the knowledge required to determine when to make an official arrest. But, unfortunately, there are always exceptions. A wrongful arrest can happen for any number of reasons–mistaken identity, being in the wrong place at the wrong time, an over zealous police officer, or even–rarely– intentionally due to malice. In any case, being the victim of a wrongful arrest is always a traumatic experience. Lasting Impact of a...

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How A NYC Private Detective Can Help During A Divorce

More than 8 million people live in New York City alone, and among them are millions of married couples. While many of those couples will go through their lives happily, others aren’t so lucky. If you find that you are one of the unlucky ones facing a divorce, you owe it to yourself to consider the services of a private detective operating in the NYC area. This surprises many people, and it’s true that in a number of divorces a private investigator would not be needed at all. But in...

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Private Investigator NYC can help Financial Recovery

Our NYC and Long Island Private Detectives can help you with a variety of different services to help you recover your finances. Below are the listed services that include what information you provide as well as the results you will get. Place of Employment or Sources of Income- You provide name/ssn/current address, results in current/active employment or source of garnishable income Employment History- You provide name/ssn/current address, results in past 5-10 years of employment history (may...

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