Life can sometimes seem like a series of unanswered questions. Unfortunately, however, there are times when you just can’t settle for anything less than getting the answers you need. That’s true both in your personal and professional life. The problem is that most people lack the time and resources needed to find those answers on their own. The good news is that there are professional private investigators out there who can help you get the answers you need.
Since 1973, New York City law has required many of the city’s building to keep a Fire and Life Safety Director on staff to coordinate and implement any fire safety response and help minimize loss of life. These fire safety directors continue to fulfill a vital role in the Fire Department’s broader strategy to protect the people of New York City from fire. In recent decades, that role has expanded to include other types of emergencies as well.
According to reports from the FBI, hate crimes are on the rise across the United States. In its Hate Crime Statistics for 2017, the Bureau cited more than 7,000 crimes that involved racial bias or hatred for the victims’ ancestry, religious affiliations, sexual orientation, ethnicity or other demographic characteristics. The victims were diverse, but so too were the offenders. The recent mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue served as a reminder that antisemitism is also an increasingly visible phenomenon and has led many in New York’s Jewish community to ponder issues surrounding security for community institutions.
Most people think of investigations as something that only law enforcement personnel ever do. However, there are many complex questions in life that public investigators simply cannot help you answer. Sometimes, it’s because those investigators are ill-equipped to deal with an issue. In other cases, law enforcement may simply lack the legal ability to assist you with your problem. Fortunately, private investigators can help when you need investigations services in New York City.
For more than two-thirds of U.S. employers, background checks have become an integral part of the hiring process. Today, nearly seven-in-ten employers conduct employment screening prior to hiring a job candidate. Only a small portion of those companies attempt to conduct these screenings on their own, largely due to cost, manpower needs, and the need to comply with existing legal requirements. As a result, most companies rely on professional employment screening to perform vital background checks on new hires. Here are five reasons why:
Employee theft has long been recognized as a major threat to business profitability. Each year, employers lose billions of dollars to worker theft, embezzlement, and other forms of pilfering. Unfortunately, most employers are so busy guarding against outside threats that they rarely give internal theft the serious consideration it deserves. And once money or merchandise has disappeared, it may be too late for a company to recover all that it’s lost. Fortunately, there are ways to detect and prevent employee theft, and an experienced security services firm can play an important role in your theft mitigation strategy.
When someone goes missing in a place as large as New York City, finding them can seem like an impossible task. Naturally, most people who’ve had a had a child or other family member disappear turn to law enforcement for help – but even they can only do so much. Moreover, the police can’t help you if you’ve simply lost touch with someone over time. Fortunately, private investigators can often help you locate missing persons, even in cases where law enforcement has all but given up.
The National Investigators Superconference was held from November 8 to November 11 in New York City at the historic Hotel Pennsylvania. The event focused on education and included several seminars that provided investigation training and certification opportunities for attendees, as well as an opportunity to network with other investigative professionals, hear from exciting speakers, and interact with vendors showcasing the most advanced investigative tools and services.