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PI Blunders • 12 Hours (Satisfies any 4, 6, 8 or 12-Hour PI Course Requirement)
As an investigator, your legal exposure can also vary depending on the type of work you do. Conducting internal investigations for employers, expert witness testimonies, skip tracing services or independent white collar crime investigations could represent lower levels of liability than might more controversial duties like surveillance. Then again, we will show evidence of PI blunders, even lawsuits, for seemingly small infractions like record keeping or a simple lack of same. 123 Pages / 36 Exam Questions.
PI Claims • 12 Hours (Satisfies any 4, 6, 8 or 12-Hour PI Course Requirement)
Investigators working or planning to work for insurance companies need to understand the insurance claims process. In this course, you will learn the elements and inner workings of insurance claims and acceptable claims investigation techniques. 129 Pages / 36 Exam Questions.
PI Ethics • 2 Hours (Satisfies ANY 2 Hour PI Ethics Course Requirement)
Balancing the good of the one with the good for the whole is not as easy anymore. That is the essence of ethics and the foundation for long term survival as an investigator. In this course, you will learn how to stay on track with your own ethical dilemmas and what has happened to others who don’t. 54 Pages / 10 Exam Questions.
PI Fraud • 12 Hours (Satisfies ANY 4, 6, 8 or 12-Hour PI Course Requirement)
There are many types of fraud schemes. Our Glossary of Fraud Actions, for example, documents dozens that investigators may recognize in their course of doing business. However, the most common fraud PIs encounter relate to insurance fraud and identity theft, which is why we have spotlighted them in separate chapters of this course. 137 Pages / 36 Exam Questions.
PI Practices • 12 Hours (Satisfies ANY 4, 6, 8 or 12-Hour PI Course Requirement)
This course explores legal and ethical responsibilities and poses a multitude of preferred and best practices at the heart of every private investigator’s business. A lot of territory is covered here like: best practices, ethical decision-making, contracts, the art of report writing, indemnity agreements, surveillance practices and some popular lingo thrown in for good measure. This should be required reading for every PI and interns alike. 112 Pages / 36 Exam Questions.