Private Investigator Guide
By: Roy Gardner
About the Book
Private Investigator Guide was written to assist new private investigators, but contains information that would benefit seasoned investigators as well. If you are looking to get a Texas Private Investigator license or start your own company, this is a must-read book. The no-nonsense style of the book will teach you how to conduct yourself in a professional manner and covers everything from surveillance, tracking, interviewing, to testifying in court. Among other things, you will learn how to follow without being seen and when to break off surveillance, how to dress for any situation you might encounter, and how to get the maximum amount of clients and what it takes to keep them as repeat customers.
About the Author
Roy Gardner is a retired police officer with the city of Corpus Christi, Texas. He has worked for many years as a homicide investigator and supervisor, has been a private investigator for over eight years, and is the owner of his own company. He has combined his thirty-three years of police force experience with his investigative experience and has written this book to outline the skills he has learned and used to help readers become more proficient in this line of work.