How to Hire a Private Investigator in Connecticut
First, make sure the Connecticut investigator you hire is licensed in the state where their business is located. Some states do not require a Private Investigator’s license, However, in Connecticut a license is required and controlled by the Department of Public Safety, Division of State Police, Special Licenses and Firearms, located at 1111 Country Club Road, Middletown, CT 06457. (DPS). This site tells you how long the Connecticut private investigator has been licensed. It also tells you whether there has been any discipline actions taken against the CT investigator.
The next step is to find a CT Private Investigator who is right for your needs. For example, if you have a situation where infidelity, adultery, affairs, cheating spouses or cheating partners is the issue, then hire a Connecticut surveillance specialist. Hiring a Connecticut investigator who only conducts bug sweeps and background investigation may not be the correct CT Private Investigator for that situation. Ask the CT investigator during your initial free consultation how long they have been an investigator in Connecticut and what their specialties are.
Make sure the investigative agency you hire (if found here on the web) has a biography or “about us” section on their website. Many detective agencies do not list the owner’s name or anything about his or her background. I think it’s very important to list biography information. It gives you an idea of what the Connecticut investigator’s background is all about and whether he or she is qualified to handle you case.
There are other questions people ask themselves before hiring a Connecticut Private Investigator. The most common question is “Why can’t I conduct my own investigation and save money?” There is an old saying, “He who represents himself has a fool for a client.” This saying also applies to a CT Investigation. There are many reasons not to conduct your own investigation. Some examples are: (1) You are bias when you do your own investigation, (2) You cannot be objective, (3) You cannot be an independent witness if you are called to testify. The most important reason not to conduct your own investigation is that you do not have the training or expertize to know what to look for, where to find the information and how to preserve the evidence or information. It is also illegal in the State of Connecticut. You could be charged with stalking or harassment.
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