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Not Just the FAQs
As professional investigators there are basic tasks to be accomplished in every case, whether it be conducting surveillance, backgrounds, skip tracing, assets & liabilities, or defense mitigation. This applies to the investigation, interview, research, and reports. We are often asked what are some of the best practices essential to investigations – in addition to covering ‘the basics’ of who, what, when, where, why and how. Expanding on these basics would be our FAQs.
Please visit - www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/Not-Just-the-FAQs
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 analysis and consultations nationally. Learn details at www.DeathCaseReview.com
Current information on our primary agency website for services, forms, and CVs.
-- Your Investigators - www.DeathCaseReview.com/legal-investigations
-- At Your Service - www.DeathCaseReview.com/principals-bios
-- Dean's CV - http://dab-cv.DeathCaseReview.com
-- Karen's CV - http://ksb-cv.DeathCaseReview.com
Karen provides Subject Matter Expertise on all Equivocal Deaths, and Dean has provided expert consultations nationwide since 2010. He has been recognized by Colorado courts in Forensic and Medicolegal Death Investigations generally in "the totality of the circumstances of the fatal or non-fatal event and the competency of the official investigation, with respect to death investigation protocol and standards."
Specific non-medical testimony has included as an expert in the areas of:
- Injury, wound before morphology, how wounds are created, mechanics of single edged instruments, bilateral edged instruments, and mechanics of puncture wounds.
- Expert in criminal and forensic investigations, including death investigation and protocol standards as well as related death investigation and injury causation; and Bloodstain Pattern Analysis.
- Patterned Injury Analysis
- Private Investigation Protocols
- Background Records and Investigations
-- New Commentary: Not Just the FAQs
-- National Association of Legal Investigations (NALI) - speaking engagement
-- Criminal Defense Investigation Training Council (CDITC) - Fall Academy lecture engagement
-- Agency Information and Principal CVs
-- Commentary from the blog archives of AFI-LLC
- Experience with Scene Investigations (Part II)
- Associations for Networking, Training, Information and Friendship
- Public Records - Thinking Outside the Box
- Attacks on the 4th Amendment
-- Book Available – ‘Professional Investigations: Backgrounds, Locates and Assets & Liabilities'
-- Case Studies from AFI-LLC
- Alleged Binding / Restraining
- Domestic Relations - Contesting Spousal Support Due to Remarriage
-- Expert Affiliations
-- Tidbits From Our Profession – Association Conferences and Events
-- Associations and News
-- News From Our Profession
- Murder Conviction Overturned – Expert Dr. Henry Lee Testimony False
- Jail time for ‘celebrity private eye’ Vincent Parco who promoted prostitution and recorded it
- NEW Magazine – Unsolved! From the publishers of PI Magazine
- With a rise in Colorado railroad crossing deaths, Colorado has joins the “Stop. Trains Can't.” campaign
- Why people confess to crimes they didn’t commit
-- Legislative News You Can Use... from NCISS
- NCISS The eAdvocate
- NCISS Mid-Term Meeting Joins Michigan Council of Private Investigators Annual Conference in September
- Privacy Special Report
- Now Available - 2nd Quarter NCISS Member Directory and Member Guide
-- The Quint-Essential Qualities of a Professional Investigator
-- IN CLOSING...
If you need to find assistance outside of your area, here are steps to take to find a vetted and reliable professional:
1. Don't throw your request for assistance out to unvetted groups in social media or generic listserves. Why trust your business and your client to the unknown? Its bad business. Sure, they're free - but you get what you pay for.
2. Reach out to someone you know and trust in the area.
3. Reach out to the state or specialty association - join them.
4. Reach out to a national association - NCISS and NALI vet their membership to be in compliance with licensing and ethics - join them.
5. If international, reach out to WAD (they also vet their membership to be in compliance with licensing and ethics) - join them.
6. Vet your decision, including through your associations network.
Its your reputation. We give preference to professionals supporting our profession and holding membership in their state associations, NCISS, NALI and WAD, and specialty associations such as CDITC - many of which are cross members - join them. Through our memberships we have a trusted network of thousands in almost every state and almost 100 countries. We have a very personal network of over 2000 PIs we personally know and trust. That happened through our interactions in associations who support and grow our profession.
Don't just join - be active! We are involved in every association we belong to - not just as members, but from committees to the board, and Karen is the Administrative Manager or Executive Director of two.
It comes with a cost - so does bad decisions. Here some of our memberships and recommendations, and members of these associations get preference for direct referrals - www.DeathCaseReview.com/Associations.
Do you have news of your associations and members to share? Please let us know!
National Association of Legal Investigators (NALI)
NALI's annual conference is July 18th & 19th in Philadelphia PA! Dean will be joined by friend and fellow CLI, Jon Colvin, to present "Civil Conundrum: From Wrongful Death to Moment of Truth" and their investigation into the death of Phoenix AZ police Sgt. Sean Drenth.
Details and registration at www.NALI.com
Criminal Defense Investigation Training Council (CDITC) – Fall Academy
CDITC will be holding its fall academy in Jenson Beach, FL for a full week from 09/09 to 09/13.
The curriculum will be:
Mon & Tue - Component Method - CCDI
Wed & Thu - Forensic Science - CFSI
Friday - Serious Bodily Injury / Death Investigations - Dean A. Beers, CLI, CCDI
Attendance of all days may qualify the student to test for the CCDI (Certified Criminal Defense Investigator) and CFSI (Certified Forensic Science Investigator) designations.
Details and registration at www.DefenseInvestigator.com/cdiacademyprogram.html
NCISS Mid-Term and Michigan Council of Private Investigators (MCPI) Annual Conference
09/29-10/01 – Plymouth MI
This year, The Michigan Council of Professional Investigators (MCPI) will be hosting NCISS as part of MCPI's Annual Training Day!
The festivities will start on Sunday, September 29, 2019, with a welcome reception involving cocktails and networking amongst NCISS and MCPI members and guests. NCISS will hold its board meeting on September 30, 2019. The following day, October 1, 2019, will be MCPI's Annual Training Day, replete with educational speakers!
These events are separate registrations. Details and registrations at www.NCISS.org and www.MCPIhome.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.
Experience with Scene Investigations (from Dean - Part II Karen's Scene Investigations) (03/04/2012)
Karen presented a great article on the importance of scene investigations. In medicolegal investigations - death and injury causation - this is the beginning of the 'autopsy' (from the Greek - 'To see with one's own eyes').
There are several key points to scene investigations:
-- Likely multiple scenes
-- Likely different witness perspectives
-- Likely different investigative perspectives
-- Completing vs. Conducting investigations
What should the attorney, private client or insurance company be prepared for in having an skilled and experienced investigative process?
- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/experience-with-scene-investigations-from-dean-part-ii-to-karens-scene-investigations
Associations for Networking, Training, Information and Friendship (04/04/2012)
You likely know the value of networking, training, information and professional relationships. Do you know how to foster these? By being active and involved. Things happen, whether we like it or not -- being proactive is important. You are likely already a member of your state association. The right associations can help expand your network, knowledge and resources.
- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/associations-for-networking-training-information-and-friendship
Public Records - Thinking Outside the Box (04/25/2012)
As private investigators we often check court records in the course of backgrounds, assets, and skip tracing - and the court records are often redacted of certain identifying and contact information, if we are permitted to view this otherwise public record. The other issue complicating our job is that certain files are being destroyed after a set number a years after the case is closed. These include non-violent misdemeanors and other offenses considered minor. Although it may differ by locale, in many jurisdictions these issues are further complicated by the myriad of statutes, department policies and judicial directives.
- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/public-records-thinking-outside-the-box
Attacks on the 4th Amendment (04/26/2012)
There is more news about the 4th Amendment, the Georgia Supreme Court has been busy regarding search of cell phones incident to arrest. In April and May so far this year (2011), three significant mouth dropping decisions have been handed down by a US Supreme Court, a US Court of Appeals 7th Circuit and an Indiana Supreme Court.
- continued at www.DeathCaseReview.com/afi-llc-blog/attacks-on-the-4th-amendment
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, has returned to being based in Colorado, is the former Chief Medical Examiner of Cook County IL. and now provides contract and independent forensic autopsies and consultations. We trained under, and worked with Dr. Cina, since our positions as Deputy Coroners.
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
Through our colleagues, we also offer direct referrals from our Affiliated Experts Referral Program - contact our office for more details and direct referrals!
You will learn basic and new skills and techniques to increase your success and profits (including Bonus Articles), and even lower your cost-per-case.
- New skills in locate and background resources
- New skills in locating records from those resources
- New skills in locating information from those records
- New skills in conducting locate investigations, and background checks &investigations
This is a simple, straight to the point, guide to learning to conduct any type of skip tracing investigation, and use those skills and resources to also conduct any type of background records check or investigation, as well as assets & liabilities records check or investigation.
This book includes the different types of records and resources, how to search them and extrapolate data to further the investigative process. For the first time in this book is a guide to also learning the basics of fact finding investigations and reporting.
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.
Alleged Binding / Restraining
Our agency was retained by an attorney to review the official records, reports and photographs of a reported non-assault incident of binding and restraint.
The reporting victim stated she was bound around her writs and ankles, then pulled together behind her back (hog tied) with a heavy nylon rope. The rope was missing upon arrival of law enforcement, and the one neighbor she reported to had since passed away. One patrol officer was assigned to investigate and took one picture of the bedroom in which it was reported to have occurred. The room was clean, no disarray and the bed made and undisturbed. The patrol officer also took pictures of injuries the alleged victim described to have occurred. A detective was assigned and photographs of the alleged victim's injuries were taken over a period of days. In the non-custodial interview the defendant asked the detective if he would be arrested - to which he was told he would. The interview continued for over two hours, with no evidence of wrongdoing or dishonesty as to his recollection of events. At the conclusion of the interview he was arrested.
Review of the records, reports and photographs revealed that two types of injuries existed: 1) self-inflicted abrasions only on her left wrist and both ankles; and 2) constellations of contusions of various aging on her arms and shins, which were unrelated to the alleged events as reported. Additional exculpatory evidence was not provided to defense in discovery. The law enforcement investigation was one of the worst we have reviewed. More important, we were able to demonstrate the injuries were self-inflicted and other injuries were aged contusions from previous times of intoxication.
The prosecution intended to call only the patrol officer that first responded. On the even of trial, the case was dismissed by a prosecutor thanks to our efforts of several months. From our client, "I just received a call from the prosecutor that he will be dismissing the case...Thanks for the work that you did. It helped to push the prosecutor over the edge to dismiss."
Domestic Relations - Contesting Spousal Support Due to Remarriage
(Expert Consultation / Investigation)
In late 2014 our agency was retained by an attorney to determine if the former spouse of their client was remarried. It was alleged that she had, and had not given notice to the client and was still collecting a significant monthly sum of spousal maintenance (alimony, support, etc.).
Through investigative databases an address history was determined and personal identifiers verified. It was also determined that a new surname was recently being used, but there was no reference to a spouse. Searches of public records determined a vehicle was purchased and registered in the new surname, approximately one year prior. Crosschecking the information determined that the persons were the same. A search of social networking profiles found a history of reporting being married in a Middle Eastern country to a non-US resident.
On 05/14/2015 Dean was offered as an expert witness to testify in the evidence motions hearing for this domestic relations matter. Through uncontested testimony, Dean connected the dots of investigative databases, public records and social networking profiles to demonstrate the former spouse was remarried at a specific time-frame. In this motions hearing, without deliberation, the judge awarded a $24,000 judgment for excess spousal support, plus attorney’s fees, costs and interest.
Our agency has regularly conducted such personal profile records checks and investigations for over 25 years, as well as authored a book and course on Individual Backgrounds, Locates and Assets & Liabilities.
Learn the concepts and protocols of investigating injury causation and death, and protocols of the forensic autopsy and findings of the autopsy in the final report.
This distance learning course provides the insight necessary to understanding the importance of injury causation to the death investigation. This will transition into the reviewing and comprehending the autopsy findings presented in the final autopsy report.
If you are involved in legal investigations of civil, criminal or probate litigation, this is a valuable course.
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.
We are excited to share this upcoming training program for all Rocky Mountain region investigators... DO NOT miss this opportunity!
Hosted by the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado, we are pleased to also participate in providing some of the seminars.
PPIAC annual conference has moved from the fall to early summer to honor Private Investigators Day on July 24th. The event will begin with a pre-conference full day of OSINT with Cynthia Hetherington (separate registration and fee) on 07/24, followed by two days of seminar speakers and topics attendees have come to expect and commend of PPIAC - 07/25 to 07/26. Block your calendars now. The venue will be in beautiful Colorado Springs - a destination to plan a couple extra days of vacation!
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
Criminal Defense Investigation Training Council (www.CDITCtraining.com)
CDITC is a national training program and association of investigators devoted to criminal defense, and defense our Constitution - one case at at time, through the 'Component Method' by founder and National Director, Brandon Perron, CCCDI. Available training and certifications include the Certified Criminal Defense Investigator (CCDIs), Certified Forensic Interviewer - Forensic Testimonial Evidence Recovery (CFI-FTER), and the Certified Forensic Science Investigator (CFSI) programs.
Dean is a Faculty Board Advisor, and both Dean and Karen are CCDIs and CFI-FTERs, and are finalizing their examinations for the CFSI.
Additional memberships include FALI (FL), TALI (TX) and CALI (CA) state associations, National Association of Medical Examiners (NAME), Mensa, and other associations (see right sidebar).
If your association has news, please send it to us for inclusion in our newsletter.
Murder Conviction Overturned – Expert Dr. Henry Lee Testimony False
(from Bill Elliott CLI, Elliott & Associates – NM)
The towel, found hanging next to the bathroom sink, was stained with a small reddish smudge. In a house splashed with blood, it seemed to fit the scene. The state’s star witness in 1989, Lee testified that there was blood on the bathroom towel. And in turn, that detail gave prosecutors the building blocks to suggest the suspects cleaned themselves off before darting from the scene, helping to explain why they still could have murdered 65-year-old Everett Carr without tracking blood into their car. But there was just one problem with that theory: The stain on the towel was not blood. It hadn’t even been tested in the laboratory.
- read more at www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/an-experts-testimony-about-a-bloody-towel-helped-win-murder-convictions-but-it-wasnt-blood
Jail time for ‘celebrity private eye’ Vincent Parco who promoted prostitution and recorded it
(from George Gergis CLI, Investigative Support Unit – IN)
Vincent Parco was sentenced to one to three years in prison Friday for promoting prostitution and unlawfully surveilling and disseminating video of a man having sex with two sex workers.
This is not who we are in our profession. Unfortunately, this is what people see and remember of our profession.
- read more at https://brooklyneagle.com/articles/2019/06/14/jail-time-for-celebrity-private-eye-who-promoted-prostitution-and-recorded-it
NEW Magazine – Unsolved! From the publishers of PI Magazine
Jim Nanos, with Nicole Cusanelli, are the new owners of PI Magazine - and now Unsolved! Quarterly unsolved cases delivered to your inbox YOU could help solve, today!
- read more at www.UnsolvedMagazine.com
With a rise in Colorado railroad crossing deaths, Colorado has joins the “Stop. Trains Can't.” campaign
NHTSA, in coordination with the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), is launching the 2019 national Rail Grade Crossing Safety campaign to increase public awareness about the dangers around railroad tracks and to reduce deaths and injuries.
- read more at www.transportation.gov/stop-trains-cant
Why people confess to crimes they didn’t commit
(Amy Burch, Private Investigator and Sexual Assault Advocate - VA)
False confessions are not rare: More than a quarter of the 365 people exonerated in recent decades by the nonprofit Innocence Project had confessed to their alleged crime. Drawing on more than 30 years of research, Kassin told the legal team how standard interrogation techniques combine psychological pressures and escape hatches that can easily cause an innocent person to confess. He explained how young people are particularly vulnerable to confessing, especially when stressed, tired, or traumatized.
Research has shown, the overwhelming majority of people are subject to falsely confessing - several circumstances, especially combined, make a person more susceptible to - and then more likely.
- read more at www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/06/psychologist-explains-why-people-confess-crimes-they-didn-t-commit
Your NCISS Board and members recently returned from the Annual Meeting and Hit the Hill event - representing over 10 states and making over 110 appointments with Senators and Representatives. Here is what was shared at each appointment - www.nciss.org/Congress
NCISS bi-monthly Member eNewsletter for May / June 2019
In this issue - visit https://conta.cc/2ECtM9i:
- From the President
- Executive Director / Administrative Office Contact Information
- NCISS Elections, Hit the Hill Update and Experiences
- NCISS Mid-Term Meeting hosted by MCPI Annual Training Conference
- Legislative News & Activity from Lobbyit and Privacy Special Report
- Passing of Dale Wunderlich, NCISS Past President
- NCISS Updates and Member News
- Association Conferences
- Welcome New NCISS Members
- 2019 2nd Quarter Member Directory Available
- and More!
PRIVACY SPECIAL REPORT
As an Investigator, Security Agency, Process Server, or related professional… have you benefited from:
- Having access to driving records and motor vehicle information from your state DMV and private data providers?
- Having access to databases with permissible purposes under the GLBA?
- Having access to Social Security Numbers, Birthdates, Address History and other important information, including credit reports?
- Carry a firearm in the course of your professional duties?
- Having the ability to use a pretext for undercover operations, shopping services and other permissible purposes?
- Used the National Sex Offender Registry (Dru’s Law) for background investigations?
- Used GPS, drones and other modern technology in your investigations and security services?
How? Download and share this important Special Report from NCISS at www.nciss.org/Special-Report!
If you wonder what NCISS does for you, view NCISS as your insurance policy. You don’t make claims every day. When the big claim comes, and the upcoming privacy fight is that “claim,” you will want NCISS protecting you at every turn.
Please share with your colleagues - 2019 is going to be a challenging year for all of us.
NOW PUBLISHED! 2ND QUARTER MEMBER DIRECTORY AND MEMBER GUIDE
The updated 2nd quarter digital Member Directory and Member Guide is now available!
In each Directory and Guide:
- Getting Started
- NCISS Website Navigation and Member Profile page
- Member Login, Member Profile Settings, Dues Renewal
- USA Members
- Alphabetical by Last Name with full contact information
- International Members
- Alphabetical by Last Name with full contact information
- USA Members
- By State and Last Name with Agency, City & State
- Supporting Associations
- Alphabetical by State
- NCISS Member Guide
- NCISS Member Benefits and Savings
- Investigations and Value of Data Access
- About NCISS
- History of NCISS
- NCISS Board Members
- NCISS Member Ethics and Mission
- NCISS Awards
- NCISS Successes
- NCISS Bylaws
This Diectory will be updated as of April 30th 2019, for the 2nd Quarter; and updated each quarter. This Directory is also interactive with active links for email and domain addresses, as well as graphics to their sites.
PS - be sure to check past issues of the Your Advocate digital magazine at www.nciss.org/Your-Advocate
To stay current, please visit www.nciss.org/Important-NCISS-News
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.
With 30+ years of experience, we deliver value our clients require and the results only this experience brings. We specializes in the Expert Consultations and Legal Investigations of Personal Injuries, Negligence and Death in Civil, Criminal and Probate litigation.
We provide investigations and consultations of any death or serious bodily injury case nationwide with the conveniences of modern technology and assistance of our local professional friends and colleagues.
In addition, we continue to provide Due Diligence Investigations of Individual Locates, Backgrounds and Assets & Liabilities, and Heirs / Relatives for your Civil, Criminal, Probate and Domestic Relations litigation. Additional information at www.DeathCaseReview.com/general-services.html
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