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The Rominger Legal Private Investigator Directory will help you find the professional investigative services you need. Click on a state to find a listing of regional and statewide investigators for that particular state. Then review the list of providers, click on the one(s) that meet your needs to review their contact information and biograhpies. Then click on their e-mail or web link to contact the provider on-line, or call the listed phone number.

Private investigators often have different specialties or focuses for their investigative practices. You might want to contact more than one investigator. After you have made contact with the private investigator, you should thoroughly discuss your needs with the investigator to be sure he or/ she can help with your particular investigation, and so that you understand the cost, time frames involved, and what expectations the PI has of you.


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NAFI - National Association of Fire Investigators

NAGI - National Alliance of Gang Investigators

NAIS - National Association of Investigative Specialists

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PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS IN THE NEWS

Private rocket explosion sparks investigation by NASA, Orbital Sciences
The explosion of a commercial Antares rocket just seconds after lifting off from Virginia's Eastern Shore Tuesday night has touched off an in-depth investigation into the launch failure by NASA and the rocket's builder, the Orbital Sciences Corporation.
Publ.Date : Wed, 29 Oct 2014 16:00:00 GMT

Investigator: Alstory Simon confessed to 1982 double killing multiple times
CHICAGO — The private investigator who got a man to confess to a 1982 double killing says he has no regrets after a Cook County judge ordered the man to be released. Investigator Paul Ciolino notes that Alstory Simon didn't just confess to him ...
Publ.Date : Thu, 30 Oct 2014 10:28:00 GMT

Investigator: Simon confessed multiple times
CHICAGO (AP) — The private investigator who got a man to confess to a 1982 double killing says he has no regrets after a Cook County judge ordered the man to be released. Investigator Paul Ciolino (see-oh-LEE'-noh) notes that Alstory Simon didn't just ...
Publ.Date : Thu, 30 Oct 2014 10:21:00 GMT

Praise for Private investigator in high profile stalker case.
The family of Dr Alison Hewitt, who was recently awarded 130,000 compensation from the Home Office, has praised the private investigator who helped bring her stalker to justice. Dr Hewitt’s mother, Pam, says Tony Smith of Insight Investigations ...
Publ.Date : Wed, 22 Oct 2014 01:35:00 GMT

City hires private investigator in death of Tasmanian devil
The 4-year-old devil was found dead inside his enclosure at Albuquerque's BioPark on Oct. 15. Albuquerque police believe someone threw a piece of asphalt at him, and he died from "blunt force trauma to the head." The city of Albuquerque has hired a private ...
Publ.Date : Tue, 28 Oct 2014 09:36:00 GMT

Birmingham Private Investigators Discuss Their Surveillance and Child Monitoring Services
After reading the article published by BBC news, dated 9 July 2014, "LG unveils child-tracking Kizon device," Birmingham Private Investigators share more information about their child monitoring services. According to the articles posted on BBC News ...
Publ.Date : Thu, 30 Oct 2014 01:05:00 GMT

 

 

About Private Investigators & The Investigator Directory.

The Rominger Legal Private Investigator Directory is a resource for lawyers and the public to find professional private investigators and detectives to assist them with investigating, information gathering, intelligence, and due diligence.

As a free resource to the public and private investigators we also have the Private Investigator Forums, where investigators can discuss investigative techniques, surveillance tips, investigator marketing, and all other aspects of their investigations business. Members of the public and people in fields related to investigations can post questions, make comments, and join in the investigation discussions as well. Use of the Private Investigator Forums is free.

Wikipedia says "a private investigator, or PI, is a person who undertakes investigations, usually for a private citizen or some other entity not involved with a government or police organization. They often work for attorneys in civil cases or on behalf of a defense attorney. Many work for insurance companies to resolve claims. "

Generally each state has its own rules for private investigators. Some require license based on tests or experience as a private investigator, and thus many new investigators have previously worked for a private investigations firm. Some states require investigators to follow up with continuing education in investigations and investigator ethics. Others basically allow any adult individual to provide investigative services.

Many investigators specialize in various investigative specialties. Some are domestic investigators, and do infidelity investigations or custody investigations. Others do criminal investigations, usually criminal defense investigations. Many also specialize in due diligence, backgrounds, pre-employment screening, surveillance, or other specialties.

You should carefully pick a private investigator based upon experience, location and investigative capability. Some investigators are better suited to certain tasks than other investigators. References from people who have previously had a matter investigated by the investigator in question are a good source to learn about a particular PI.

The Rominger Legal Private Investigator Directory is a free collection of investigators who provide services in every state, and around the world. The PI directory is free to use, and provides contact information for the investigators and their investigation companies. The PI's listed here are actively seeking investigative and other work on the Internet.

Please use this directory to find a private investigator or private detective to assists you in all your investigative needs. Remember that the more information you can provide to the investigators, the more likely the PI will be able to provide an accurate quote for the investigation or other task at hand.



Essentially, private investigators are people who are paid to gather facts. Unlike police detectives or crime-scene investigators, they usually work for private citizens or businesses rather than for the government. Although they sometimes help solve crimes, they are not law-enforcement officials. Their job is to collect information, not to arrest or prosecute criminals". See: Tracy V. Wilson.  "How Private Investigators Work".  February 28, 2007  http://people.howstuffworks.com/private-investigator.htm  (January 07, 2008)

 

 

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