Hal Humphreys talks with Bill Mitchell about how PIs can use undercover techniques to root out theft, bullying, drug use, or workplace quality control issues.
Surveillance cameras can’t see everything. Sometimes, the best way to find out what’s really going on within an organization is to send someone in.
As Bill Mitchell points out, a careful insider can sometimes be your best possible source for information about stalking or bullying, theft, drug use, or product tampering in a company or workplace. In this webinar, he’ll talk about the kinds of cases best served by undercover ops, how to recruit, place, and communicate safely with operatives, structuring the business side, and strategies for getting these kinds of cases in the door.
If you’re interested in adding this specialty to your firm’s book of work, consider taking Bill Mitchell’s 4-hour course at PI Education — Going Undercover: Revealing Troubles from Within. You’ll get much more detail about how and why to use undercover investigations, safely and effectively, to serve your corporate clients.