Showing posts with label Open Source Investigation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Open Source Investigation. Show all posts

Friday, June 28, 2019

Seattle Skip Tracing and Missing Person Investigations

Whether you need to track someone down or know if he or she is committing fraud, you can count on Brian Blackwell Investigations in Seattle, Washington.

Don’t get ripped off by one of those “people finder instant search” services that you see popping up online. They normally give you nothing more than outdated public information, most of which you likely already know.

As a licensed private investigator in the State of Washington with access to powerful databases and other professional resources, I can get the results you need, often including addresses and phone numbers, at a reasonable cost. Everything is strictly confidential and legal.

Of course, the more information you can provide up front, the more likely it is that I will find the person you are looking for. But every case is different. For instance, it would likely be much quicker to find an old classmate you have lost touch with than it would be to find someone who is running from the law or hiding from creditors.

That means the cost will depend on the time it takes to get the job done. While no private investigator can give you a 100% guarantee of finding someone, Brian Blackwell Investigations has the experience and the tools to give you the best possible results at the most reasonable price. Brian Blackwell Investigations is A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau and your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Brian Blackwell  Investigations 
Seattle, Washington

Count on Brian Blackwell Investigations in Seattle, Washington, to provide you with unparalleled skip tracing and surveillance services.

Whether you need to track someone down or know if he or she is committing fraud, you can count on Brian Blackwell Investigations in Seattle, WA. Visit for background and list of services. A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau.

Brian Blackwell Investigations | Seattle, WA

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•  International Association Of Special Investigation Units
•  National Council Of Investigation & Security Services 
•  Better Business Bureau A+ rating 
•  Yelp 5 star reviews
•  Brian Blackwell Investigations is veteran owned

Clients include attorneys and law firms, major insurance companies, chiefs of police, school districts, journalists, corporations and small businesses, and general-public.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Open Source Investigations | Seattle WA

Open sources are simply records that are available to the public. A few examples of open sources are court, criminal, property, bankruptcy, voter registration, probate, vital, tax, church, marriage, and divorce records. Many of these records can be accessed at your local courthouse, state repositories, or even some nationally-held locations. Some can be located online or over the phone, many times for a fee. Others can only be accessed in person.

There are professional courthouse researchers whose job is to conduct courthouse research. This should tell you that this kind of research is not an easy undertaking. There are rules, fees, etiquette, schedules, and specialized knowledge of where to find what it is you are looking for and how to properly access it.

Open sources contain a wealth of information but are, unfortunately, often overlooked by private investigators. Open source research can be extremely tedious, dirty, and frustrating work. But it can also be incredibly rewarding and valuable in nearly any type of investigation.

Uses for Open Source Public Records Investigations
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  • determining bankruptcy status
  • uncovering personal property information
  • finding criminal & civil court proceedings
  • checking criminal records for individuals
  • picking apart divorce records
  • locating people
  • providing supplemental to any person or birth parent/adoptee search
  • conducting portions of due diligence adoption search
  • discovering basic facts about an individual
  • uncovering a person's assets
  • proving and disproving an individual's claims
  • providing supplemental to any background, domestic, divorce, chid custody,
    employee, workers' compensation, or other investigation
  • preparing criminal or civil litigation
  • professional, due diligence investigations, research, interviewing,
    photography, video