Professional Private Investigators of Colorado hosts a Surveillance Workshop

If you want to become a surveillance investigator or to improve your current surveillance skills, now is your chance. On Saturday, May 21, 2016, the Professional Private Investigator’s Association of Colorado (PPIAC) will convene an all-day, surveillance symposium at the offices of PINow, located at 3120 Blake Street, downtown Denver, Colorado.

Ryan Johnston of Night Moves of Denver, John Morris of EVCO Investigations and Stason Ikenouye of Opsolv will discuss vehicle surveillance, foot surveillance, insurance surveillance, infidelity surveillance, and safety practices.

The instructors have nearly a half-century of combined surveillance work. You can learn from their experiences, and you will have — More—

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2 thoughts on “Professional Private Investigators of Colorado hosts a Surveillance Workshop

  1. Hey Mate!!

    I know I am late but I can’t stop myself for commenting on this post as I was interested in
    becoming a surveillance investigator.

    Good to hear that John Morris of EVCO Investigations and Stason Ikenouye of Opsolv will discuss about vehicle surveillance, and insurance surveillance.

    If anyone looking for an expert that can handle individual disability claim, consider DI Group from http://digroup-us.com/. They employs a wide scope of worldwide agents with expertise in surveillance.

    Thanks

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