Posts made in March, 2012

Is Your Spouse Cheating?

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Signs of a Cheating Spouse February 26, 2012  |  by PInow Staff  | What do private investigators say are the most common signs of a cheating spouse? When you suspect infidelity in your relationship it can be difficult to determine whether or not your suspicions are valid and if so, what to do next. At PInow, we surveyed our network of trusted infidelity investigators to find out what, in their experience, are the common indications of infidelity in a relationship. The following graphic displays the six major signs of a cheating spouse, what to expect in an infidelity investigation and other statistics on infidelity and marriage. And the 6 common signs of a cheating spouse are … 1. Changes in Intimacy 2. Suspicious Phone Habits 3. Changes in Appearance 4....

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Colorado Open Records Amendment Bill

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Colorado Open Records Amendment   There is a bill going through the Colorado legislature, HB 12-1036, with regard to the Colorado Open Records Act. This bill has made it through the House of Representatives and is currently in the Senate. We feel this is a dangerous bill and could potentially restrict access to many types of law enforcement records, if passed in its current form. On March 21, 2012, we testified against this bill in the Senate Judiciary committee and because of the testimony in opposition, this bill was laid over and no vote was taken on that date. However the vote will be coming soon and we would encourage anybody with an interest in keeping the open records accessible to contact their Senators immediately to voice their concern. We will...

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Colorado Licensed Private Investigator Access to DMV Records

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The recent passage of Colorado House Bill 12-1231 means that the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles will recognize the licensed private investigator on their request forms. Governor Hickenlooper just signed this into law in the past week and this should be in effect at the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles by August of 2012. This brings Colorado in line with the Federal DPPA (Driver Privacy Protection Act). With the continuing push by privacy advocates to close more and more public records nationwide, DMV record access is a subject that has been at the forefront of these discussions. Hopefully this will give the Colorado licensed private investigator a position to keep access to these records, in the event that the access issue comes up in Colorado. DMV...

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Colorado PI Licensing Update March 20, 2012

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Colorado PI licensing Update The Colorado PI Voluntary Licensing program continues to move forward. In the past month the rules for this program have been approved by the regulating agency, DORA. The next step in this program will be to begin the Colorado Bureau of Investigations and FBI background checks on potential applicants. The background check portion of the program will be kicked off any day now, with the first license scheduled to be issued in July of 2012.

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Colorado PI Licensing Update

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New Colorado PI licensing Colorado has not had a private investigator licensing program since 1997 and currently is one of only a handful of states to have no licensing available. However, due to the collaborative work of several investigators last year, we were able get a voluntary private investigator licensing program passed into law. This program is being implemented at this time with the first license set to be issued in July of 2012. We at Night Moves of Denver have been supportive and extremely involved in this program. The voluntary aspect of this program makes it one of the most unique programs for any profession in the country. We will continue to keep you updated on all of the licensing information as it becomes...

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