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Death Investigations

Medical Death Investigations

NCISS Legislative Alerts

NCISS October Monthly from Lobbyit http://t.co/qgFe5gw0X2
NCISS Legislative Alert – US Supreme Court hears oral arguments on state licensing board limits http://t.co/j6WvahjNJA

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009 Investigator Hotline


DanChristensen_Investigative Reporter Broward Bulldog

Dan Christensen is Rorys’ guest this month on the Investigators Hotline.  Dan founded Broward Bulldog in 2009. He is an award-winning former investigative reporter for The Miami Herald and Daily Business Review, and one of South Florida’s most experienced reporters. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in political science from the University of Miami.

Dan’s stories about Broward Sheriff Ken Jenne’s private business dealings sparked a federal corruption investigation that landed Jenne in prison in 2007. His stories about hidden and falsified court records in Broward, Miami-Dade and elsewhere in Florida for The Miami Herald in 2006 led to a pair of unanimous Florida Supreme Court decisions in 2007 and 2010 outlawing those practices. 


What will British PIs see in 2014

What will British PIs see in the future

GIMG.tv host Dean Beers and Tim O’Rourke talk with Phil Johnson of JJ Associate International. Phil has been a private investigator in the United Kingdom for over two decades. During the show Phil discusses what 2014 and PIs in England may expect as the government moves to begin regulation of the profession.

Phil also talks about the News of the World scandal that brought this move to regulate the PI profession to the worlds attention and collapsed a news organizations which started in 1843. According to the Guardian Newspaper, PIs were hired to tap phones and hack into computers of several organizations across multiple industries.