FINDsomeone.com

By

  • R. Scott Grasser, Private Investigator

FINDsomeone.com is the complete people-finder of the communications age. This timely reference offers proven and effective search techniques for finding anybody, anywhere. The professional techniques described in FINDsomeone.com were developed by the author over many years in military intelligence, international security, and as a professional investigator. Core strategies for conducting adoption, genealogical, and other missing persons investigations are discussed in clear and understandable terms.FINDsomeone.com contains numerous sample search reports, which can be used in conjunction with the author's web site FINDsomeone.com or on their own. The book describes in detail the most powerful communications tools that the Internet and modern technology now provide, combined with a range of other time-honored investigative techniques. R. Scott Grasser is an international security consultant and licensed private investigator. Grasser has both corporate and governmental experience, including a decade as a former Captain with 5th Special Forces Group and the military police. He has successfully taught searching skills to hundreds of students taking his America Online course "Private Investigative Techniques" and as a featured speaker at San Francisco's Bay Area Law Enforcement and Security Liaison Group, ASIS, and North Bay Industrial Security Awareness Council.
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Audience

Private investigators, security managers.

 

Book information

  • Published: December 1997
  • Imprint: BUTTERWORTH HEINEMANN
  • ISBN: 978-0-7506-7020-3

Reviews

The book provides simple investigative resources that can be used by skip tracers, amateur genealogists, and others. . . -Security Management



Table of Contents

Telephone Use and Pretexting (Your most powerful tool!) * The Manual Search of Government Records: County, State, & Federal * World Wide Web On-line Resources * Private On-line Services * Missing Persons Probability Analysis * Adoption * Genealogy * Information Brokers * Ethics and Final Thoughts