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March 2006

See the clip of Warren Sonne as he appears on Fox News Live as a Guest Analyst on the topic of the New York Murder of Imette St. Guillen.

 

July 2005

The United States Association of Professional Investigators (www.USAPI.org) Lobbies Congress in Opposition to Draconian Privacy Legislation - Full press release here

 

February 2008

Pinnacle Protective Services, Inc. www.THENYPI.com, New York & New Jersey licensed private investigators, announce the addition of Global Position Systems (GPS) to their investigation, surveillance and "fleet monitoring" services.

"GPS has revolutionized the way private investigators "track" or follow people, in much the same way that DNA raised the bar for positive personal identification. Detectives can locate and catch up to subjects, whether on the streets of NYC where every Traffic Light and weaving Taxi becomes an enemy, or along the Garden State Parkway on the way to Atlantic City. Web Enabled GPS and laptops allow investigators to quickly see where the subject is, and how fast they are traveling." added Sonne.

GPS, and A-GPS devices (commonly used in consumer devices that offer turn-by-turn travel directions), use satellite and cellular technology to locate the unit anywhere on earth. GPS units can be permanently installed in a fleet, or in just one-vehicle, making it ideal for the large or "Mom & Pop" business to know where their vehicle is at any given time. These miniature devices can also be covertly placed under a vehicle to assist in Worker's Compensation, Insurance Fraud and Marital Infidelity (cheating spouse) surveillance cases.

"Most surprising have been the requests to tracking persons with Alzheimer's, teenagers and corporate high-profile kidnap risks such as executives or their family members," said Sonne. Full Press Release Here