In our last newsletter of 2018, and looking forward to 2019, we wish each of you the very best of holidays - Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah, and Happy New Year!
This month’s new commentary has been posted on our agency website - Fact Finding Investigations - Analyze
The Analyze stage of this Investigative protocol follows a series of important organizational planning steps. It is where the rubber meets the road - the investigation and case gain traction. The legal investigator has gathered information and determined the factual evidence versus the information provided only in the disclosure and discovery; and processes of law enforcement, government, and business or insurance investigators. This Analyze stage is both a subjective and objective reasoning exercise completed within each assignment, then assignment to assignment or task to task – scene to scene and witness to witness, and so forth until the case is completed. For this reason, it is important to organize the investigation into these individual assignments and stages.
-- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/fact-finding-investigations-analyze
In Dean’s book, ‘Practical Methods for Legal Investigations: Concepts and Protocols in Civil and Criminal Cases’ – (www.PracticalMethodsForLegalInvestigations.com) the process of legal investigation, including conducting these types of investigations, is Prepare, Inquire, Analyze, Document, and Report.
We have recently updated information on our primary agency website for services, forms, and CVs.
-- About Us - www.DeathCaseReview.com/about-us.html
-- Our Services - www.DeathCaseReview.com/our-services.html
-- Dean's CV - http://dab-cv.DeathCaseReview.com
-- Karen's CV - http://ksb-cv.DeathCaseReview.com
-- New Commentary - Fact Finding Investigations - Analyze
-- Reminder: Updates to Agency Information and Principal CVs
-- Commentary from the blog archives of AFI-LLC
- Special Announcement - NCISS Elections - Dean Beers President 2016-2017
- NALI Editor / Publisher Honorable Mention Award for An Expert Consultation May Save the Day
- Investigating Domestic Violence Cases
- Data Protection – Lessons Learned and Shared
- Is it Homicide or Suicide - Test Your Observation Skills
-- Book Available – ‘Death and Serious Bodily Injury Investigation for the Professional Investigator’
-- Case Studies from AFI-LLC
- Domestic Relation - Private Investigator Ethics (Expert Witness)
- Suspicious Death - Independent Investigation (Expert Consultation)
-- Global Investigators Media Group (GIMG.tv) Facts & Forensics
-- Expert Affiliations
-- Tidbits From Our Profession – Association Conferences and Events
-- Associations and News
-- News From Our Profession
- Criminal Defense Resources
- U.S. Post Office - Informed Delivery – Scammers Watching Your Mail
-- Legislative News You Can Use... from NCISS
- Congress and Regulatory Agencies Prepare Privacy and Data Protection Laws for 2019
-- The Quint-Essential Qualities of a Professional Investigator
-- IN CLOSING...
Rocky Mountain West Agency owned by Dean A. Beers, CLI CCDI CFI-FTER and Karen S. Beers, BSW CCDI CFI-FTER.
We provide Expert Consultations and Legal Investigations of Personal Injury, Negligence & Death in Civil, Criminal and Probate litigation. We are Subject Matter Experts in Equivocal Death Investigation and Analysis, Medicolegal Investigations of Death and Serious Bodily Injury.
Based in the Rocky Mountain West, we provide expert consultations nationally. Learn details at www.DeathCaseReview.com
Keep up with the current events of our agency and profession through our blog. Dating back to the fall of 2011, there are dozens of articles, tips and resources for professional investigators.
A proud moment in Dean’s professional career…
Special Announcement - NCISS Elections - Dean Beers President 2016-2017 (04/17/2016)
Associates in Forensic Investigations, a licensed Rocky Mountain West legal investigation and expert consultation agency, is pleased to inform you The National Council of Investigation & Security Services (www.NCISS.org) held its 40th Annual Conference and Hit the Hill event the week of April 05th in Baltimore MD and Washington DC. Annual elections were held, and we are pleased and honored to announce that Dean Beers was elected President for the 2016-2017 term.
-- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/special-announcement-dean-beers-elected-nciss-president-2016-2017
NALI Editor / Publisher Honorable Mention Award
for An Expert Consultation May Save the Day by Dean A. Beers, CLI, CCDI (05/12/2016)
National Association of Legal Investigators - The Legal Investigator
Dean's article was nominated and bestowed NALI’s Editor / Publisher Honorable Mention Award! Our agency is very proud to announce that NALI has, for the third time, honored Dean with a publisher's award. This is a great honor to be recognized by your peers. This article will be in a future edition of Dean’s next legal investigation book.
- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/nali-editor-publisher-honorable-mention-award
Investigating Domestic Violence Cases (04/25/2017)
Vicki Lutz is a Colorado licensed attorney and court recognized expert on domestic violence. In a special guest segment of Facts & Forensics at www.GIMG.tv, Vicki shared some valuable information for investigators. Here is a summary of our conversation.
- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/investigating-domestic-violence-cases
Data Protection – Lessons Learned and Shared (05/01/2017)
Before 2012 we had one physical backup setup through our network server. Had we still had that in place this year, we would have lost almost 25,000 files of almost 300,000 (almost 10% of our files); about 45GB of data from our 551GB. This happened in Dean’s trip to Washington DC, the end of March this year (2017), for the National Council of Investigation and Security Services. After his return from that trip, we left for the World Association of Detectives meeting in Florida. There was no time to manually recover these.
- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/data-protection-lessons-learned-and-shared
Is it Homicide or Suicide - Test Your Observation Skills (06/04/2017)
Recently a friend and colleague of ours shared a cartoon picture of a death scene on social networking. Our thanks to Tom Slovenski for sharing this thought provoking cartoon (continue to blog for image).
This depicted a gunshot wound and asking if this was murder or suicide, based on the picture. Dean's response was 'murder'; but, not because it was obviously - or likely - murder. The answer is because it should be investigated as a murder. Suicide is, in part, the exclusion of Homicide, Accident, Natural and Undetermined.
- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/is-it-homicide-or-suicide-test-your-observation-skills
We believe that medicolegal investigation and consultation is a team effort. Stephen Cina MD and Harold Schueler PhD are our agency affiliated experts in our respective fields offering our clients comprehensive medicolegal services.
Dr. Cina, based in Colorado, is the former Chief Medical Examiner of Cook County IL. and now provides contract and independent forensic autopsies and consultations.
Dr. Schueler is now a profession at mid-Atlantic university, and is the former Chief Forensic Toxicologist of a large mid-Atlantic metropolitan area.
We are proud of our working relationship with Dr. Cina, since 2002 and Dr. Schueler since 2010. Contact our office to consult on medicolegal death and injury causation. The CVs of both Dr. Cina and Dr. Schueler are available by Contacting Us
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- Digital Forensics - Cell Phones
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We are often asked about the types of traumatic injury and death cases we review - from family equivocal deaths to civil and criminal cases for attorneys and investigators. Each month we will present two previous cases - of hundreds - with a variety of circumstances, evidence, and conclusions.
Domestic Relation - Private Investigator Ethics (Expert Witness)
Our agency was retained by private counsel on behalf of the petitioner in a dissolution of marriage action. At question were the methodologies used by the private investigators retained by the respondent. Multiple private investigators were retained to contact the petitioner under pretext to obtain incriminating information to be used in a child custody hearing.
Received and reviewed were records, statements and audio recordings provided to counsel during the course of the disclosure stage of the proceedings. Multiple private investigators had contacted the petitioner under pretext and had extended conversations. During the conversations leading questions were asked and responses provided that were offered as incriminating. At question were deceit, entrapment and invasion of privacy.
Independent review determined that these statements, taken as a whole and in context with the full conversations, were innocuous and simple banter. It was determined that there were no violations of state law, particularly involving the recording of a private conversation between two or more people. The state law permitted such recordings if at least one party had knowledge (a one-party state). The state does not license or regulate private investigators; however, the municipality did require registration. Therefore, there could be no violation of licensing regulations. However, when the private investigator is retained by counsel, they are bound by the same ethical standards. Both state and American Bar Association ethics rules specifically barred such actions as perpetrated by the private investigators. It should be noted that these private investigators were retained directly by the respondent, and not by his counsel. Therefore, there was no actual violation. In the same ethical rules it is advised that counsel not use evidence obtained in this manner, but it is permitted. Finally, professional investigators are advised to follow a code of ethics widely distributed, recognized and adapted by various professional associations. One flaw of pretexting is the use of leading questions, or entrapment. Entrapment is an action only of law enforcement. However, it is generally unethical to give a leading or misleading statement as it may produce a response that would not otherwise be the normal words of the subject. Invasion of privacy occurred when the private investigators encroached upon private property using deceit and trickery to gain access.
All applicable ethical codes forbid a private investigator from contacting a represented party without permission of the party’s counsel and must also provide full disclosure. It was determined that these private investigators did violate these ethical standards,but did not belong to any professional associations.
The ideal, and ethically acceptable, environment and methodology would have been to engage or overhear the petitioner in a natural conversation in a public place. In doing so, there would have been no expectation of privacy and any utterances may have been considered spoken freely.
The presiding judge did rule that the private investigators violated accepted practices in obtaining information by using false identities and information – pretext. The information from the recordings was not permitted at future hearings.
The outcome of this case was favorable to the plaintiff.
Suspicious Death - Independent Investigation (Expert Consultation)
Our agency was retained by private counsel on behalf of the decedent’s family. The decedent was found by construction workers, approximately 20 feet from the base of a six-story parking garage. The official ruling was Suicide due to blunt force injuries consequential to a fall from height.
The family provided information questioning the official investigation and suspected homicide. What the family did not disclose, but a witness contacted by this agency revealed, was that the family had accepted a multi-million-dollar settlement related to the decedent committing suicide as a result of neglect and treatment of the decedent that they alleged resulted in his suicide. To this agency they presented that the decedent’s treatment was a result of revealing historical molestation of children by other persons, who then conspired to have his death appear as a suicide. Investigation revealed that the investigation of the medical examiner’s office was sufficient and without any notable errors or deficiencies. However, the official law enforcement investigation was deficient in several areas of investigative protocol, including manner of reporting, photography and scene investigation. The investigation was primarily handled by responding patrol deputies, with post-scene investigation follow-up by multiple assigned detectives, most notably after concerns of the family presented. There were several major deficiencies in the scene photography – which can be imperative to the investigation, as well as civil and criminal judicial processes. Reporting by several documented responding personnel were never completed. Any personnel responding to or involved in an incident should be making a report that is supplemental to the initial responders report. All witnesses should be contacted, and a detailed report to supplement any written statements, made included.
Independent investigation found that the area was easily accessible by the Decedent, any minor physical impairments (slight limp) would not have impeded the short distance walk. All levels of the parking garage had an approximate four-foot retaining wall along the perimeter. A notepad, with the decedent’s handwriting, was found on the hood of a vehicle and both handprints and footprints were reported – but not photographed – found on the same vehicle.
Independent investigation also found that the decedent had a previous incident of a confirmed attempted suicide (multiple witnesses), also from a height. This resulted in hospitalization, including mental health confinement, brief confinement to a wheelchair and physical therapy. This was not reported by the family to this agency.
An analysis of the height and distance from the base, decedent trajectory, found that it was consistent with known and researched similar incidents. It was also determined that the decedent was not unconscious and dropped from the height. Research found that the final place of rest would have been closer to the base of the parking garage. Moreover, a witness saw the body falling at approximately the fifth floor, and did not report any other persons in proximity. However, not knowing the exact position of the witness and the upward angle of her vision (at 100-150 yards and requiring bifocals), it is possible that any person(s) could have been blocked from their field of view by the retaining barrier or hidden by their lack of vision acuity.
Other considerations were that this death was on the Decedent’s birthday and that he had contacted his psychiatrist earlier that day (also not a detail provided by the family). There was a history of extended mental health disorder with diagnosis of schizophrenia and bipolar, treated with prescribed medications (again, details not provided by the family).
Independent investigation concurred with the official ruling of Suicide due to a fall from height.
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Be sure and also look for this article on this topic in The Legal Investigator, official journal of the National Association of Legal Investigators http://www.bluetoad.com/publication/?i=495442!
Our continued apologies - due to our heavy schedule, we are behind on finishing the latest Facts & Forensics podcast. We will have this ready this month! Please visit www.GIMG.tv for a forensic investigation based article from us!
We are scheduled to return in January 2019 for the new year!
Do you have news of your associations and members to share? Please let us know!
There are no conferences for the balance of 2018. 2019 starts of with the National Association of Legal Investigators Mid-Term conference.
National Association of Legal Investigators
January 09-11 - San Marcos Resort, Chandler, AZ.
Details at https://NALIonline.org/events/mid-winter-conference-2019
Is your association planning a conference we can share? Email us the details - associates@DeathCaseReview.com!
We are dedicated ambassadors to our profession and work within several associations with others to continually protect and improve our profession and resources, as well as networking and continuing education opportunities.
Professional Private investigations Association of Colorado (www.PPIAC.org) Monthly meetings, including a training speaker, are the first Wednesday of each month, usually in the Denver metro area. PPIAC continues to hold specialized training sessions for new and veteran investigators, and also specific to the new licensing program.
In November PPIAC held its annual elections for Board Chairman, President, VP of Legislative Affairs, VP of Membership, and VP of Training. First, we extend our personal appreciation to now Past Boar Chairman / a Past President Steve Davis, Past President Ryan Johnston, and Past VP of Legislative Affairs Andrea Orozco. Each have held other positions in PPIAC and have long shown the dedication to our profession.
We congratulate and welcome the new leadership of PPIAC:
Board Chairman - John Morris (from Treasurer)
President - Andrea Orozco (from VP of Legislative Affairs)
VP of Legislative Affairs - Robert Orozco (also a Past President)
VP of Training - Tan Smyth (also a past Director)
VP of Membership - Rachel Roberts, CLI (continuing)
Secretary - Jennifer Brown, CLI (continuing)
Treasurer - Michael Depew
Finally, to each of the Directors, whose terms are in 2019 - Bob Wall, Sam Petitto, Andrew Alan Esq., Heather Cohen, Ron Richards and Craig Smith - thank you for continuing your roles.
National Association of Legal Investigators (www.NALI.com)
NALI is the premier association for legal investigators for civil plaintiff and criminal defense, and oversees the prestigious Certified Legal Investigator (CLI) program. Experience is required to join and all members are subject to a background check.
Legal Investigators working cases for civil plaintiff or criminal defense - join the National Association of Legal Investigators! (http://nalionline.org/become-a-member - please contact our office and use us as a reference on the application)
The current issue of NALI's official journal - The Legal Investigator - is now available online at www.nalionline.org/publications.htm
National Council of Investigation and Security Services (www.NCISS.org)
Each day we find an increasing number of problems confronting the orderly growth of our profession. These problems include, among others: overly restrictive legislation regarding training and standards, proliferation of legislation requiring local licensing, public misunderstanding and misinformation on the role and contribution of private investigators and security services, and an uninformed media. It is the role of NCISS to meet and solve these problems while seeking to uncover and recommend action on any hidden potential problems which may have an effect on our profession.
Karen is the NCISS Executive Director, and and oversees the day-to-day operations of the association and members, working closing with the Executive Committee and Board to advocate for the investigative and security professions.
The current issue of NCISS's official journal - Your Advocate - is available online at www.nciss.org/your-advocate
Special news and alerts are at www.nciss.org/important-nciss-news
World Association of Detectives (www.WAD.net)
W.A.D. is a global alliance of investigators and security professionals with origins dating back to 1921 and formalized in 1925. W.A.D. is the longest established and largest association of its kind in the world.
Karen is the W.A.D. Administrative Manager, and Dean is the Governor of the Americas (North, Central and South America). Together we work to further the mission of W.A.D. and provide resources to clients needing assistance in these regions.
The current issue of WAD's official newsletter - Beyond Global - is available online at www.wad.net/newsletters-beyond-global
Additional memberships include FALI, TALI and CALI state associations, as well as specialty specific national associations (see right sidebar). If your association has news, please send it to us for inclusion in our newsletter.
Criminal Defense Resources
(Ellis Armistead, CLI – Armistead Investigators, CO)
“A link that may be of use to those defending or otherwise involved in cases that include the above technology by law enforcement. There are tips to help defend those cases.”
As law enforcement acquires new technologies for surveillance in criminal investigations, the threat of unprecedented governmental access and intrusion into clients’ digital lives grows exponentially. EFF aims to arm criminal defense attorneys with the information and tools they need to rein in state invasion into their clients’ digital privacy.
-- continued at https://www.eff.org/pages/criminal-defense-resources-sls#FR
U.S. Post Office - Informed Delivery – Scammers Watching Your Mail
(Kelly Riddle, TCI – Kelmar Global, TX
If you sign up for the Informed Delivery program with the U.S. Postal Office, you get an email each day with an actual photo of the front of each item they intend to delivery that same day. A couple of nights ago a local news program gave a good warning regarding a scam. Seems that some people are signing up on other people's account and are watching their mail for items they want to steal (including packages). Kelly has advised, even if you don't want the service, you should go to their site and OPT OUT so that no one else can sign up and get your email notifications. Also as investigators, we need to know this is happening to help solve identity and financial crimes. Long link but here it is:
Our agency was looking into just the day before and decided not to sign up, but didn't see the opt out. It is supposed to be secure, requiring proof of ID - I don't know their process, but you might. We all know it doesn't take much for nefarious folks to grab the info needed to do these scams. I will add two things related to this:
1. USPS has been scanning every piece of mail since after 9/11 (started as First Class only) and a few years ago began testing this service - might as well make use of what they are already doing; and
2. We should all be getting alerts for things others would scam - credit alerts come to mind; and Kelly also mentioned, as investigators, we need to be aware this type of service is used in financial crimes (much as it was first set up by the US Postal Inspectors for crimes involving US mail).
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Congress and Regulatory Agencies Prepare Privacy and Data Protection Laws for 2019
NCISS was recently advised by our legislative advocate in Washington DC that there is talk in the halls for the newly elected Congress to introduce 15-20 privacy and data protection related bills in the new session starting in January; and will have the attention and focus of the Administration.
NCISS Legislative Chair-Investigations, Francie Koehler, has also received the following article as some background:
After the midterm elections, the odds improve a little for a US data privacy law
Recently, NCISS shared with Professional Investigators and Security Agencies the latest update from Lobbyit as a forewarning to the outlook if a new Congress is elected and party control changes, particularly after the recent privacy laws passed in the European Union and similar legislation rushed through the California legislature and signed into law – before any action to oppose could be taken. Please revisit this important information at https://conta.cc/2yvS9l6 - Data Privacy -- Background as the Federal Debate Takes Shape. It includes testimony and Q&A at the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Information about the recent EU and California privacy and data protection laws are in the latest NCISS Your Advocate at www.nciss.org/Your-Advocate-August-2018
NCISS and Lobbyit are preparing additional information to be published in the upcoming NCISS members' magazine, Your Advocate - being prepared now to send out the end of this month.
PS - be sure and catch the latest NCISS Your Advocate digital magazine at www.nciss.org/your-advocate-august-2018
To stay current, please visit www.nciss.org/important-nciss-news
With a primary mission of legislative advocacy at the federal level in Congress and regulatory agencies, and assisting state associations with local advocacy, NCISS offers tangible benefits to members.
- Nation's largest listserv of vetted professional investigators and security agencies. Why take a chance with your reputation and your client's case by using unvetted references from generic and unmonitored listserves? Not only are members vetted, NCISS has members from nearly every state and also from other state, national and international associations - the largest reaching network of our profession.
- Top tier insurance programs for members - from vision and dental program offerings, to agency insurance - you're covered.
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- Visit www.nciss.org/sponsors-vendors for more vendors and www.nciss.org/membership-and-benefits for more benefits.
There are more benefits - and don't overlook the most important...
It doesn't cost to be a member of NCISS - it pays from the savings and potential resources for assistance, networking and referrals.
Most important - the work of NCISS by member volunteers to prevent restricting legislation and regulations from costing us business - such as the DPPA, FCRA, GLB, and postal change of address exemptions, to supporting legislation and regulations that protect us - such as the National Sex Offender Registry. Again, you're covered!
For over 40 years, NCISS volunteer members have worked diligently and relentlessly for our professions. Please be sure to renew your dues now, or join now.
Skills Appropriate for the Assignment
Law firms and medical offices specialize - Professional Investigators also specialize. Their casework and continuing education should also be in your specialized areas.
Experience and Knowledge
Professional Investigators strive to maintain and further these. All professions have requirements of continuing education. The CLI and CCDI programs both require extensive compliance with continuing education.
Responsible and Ethical Conduct
Every component of the investigation has evidentiary considerations. Professional Investigators hold themselves to a higher standard and leaves no question as to the admissibility of their evidence. Information without ethics is not evidence.
Professional Investigators maintain communication with the attorney, client, witnesses, and other key persons in the investigation. Moreover, reports are the product of an organized investigation and should reflect the work product you expect.
Keyword - 'Professional'
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