I found a nifty free resource that recently came online for phone subscriber data. It does not reveal its back end sources, but seems to be pretty accurate with both mobile phones and landlines. I find it to be a fresh alternative to the ever more commercial, ad infested Whitepages.com. Try it –
Do you have a perp or subject who you are investigating, but they are not internet savvy enough to be listed on social networks? Well you still need to put a face to the name for possible service or stakeout, right? But hey, you know from their relative or friend that they went to college at “Hard Knocks” University, right? Well a good resource for actual scanned pages of hundreds of yearbooks is right here. Enjoy.
I am in my mid 30’s and have been conducting investigations most of my life. My father was a New Jersey State Trooper and after retiring, started his own detective agency. I was conducting surveillance, trash grabs and skiptraces from a very early age. Having the insight of watching two generations in my family be on the forefront of the investigative field, has been in invaluable resource. In the past 8 years I have seen an epic level of growth in my level of knowledge and skill with adapting to new found technology and utilizing them to solve cases. As technology advances, so does economic growth of intellectual property owners and society in general; however it enhances the criminal enterprise as well. The more advances we see in technology, the more often criminals will find a way to use this for their own benefit. Of course at a great cost to the rest of us. It is my goal, and our industry’s for that matter, to stay ahead of the techno-savvy slime and assist in educating each other, so we are the ones on the inside and not the out. This blog is about us giving, in order to recieve useful, relevant information. – The Hi-Tech P.I.