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PI’s Declassified!

PI’s Declassified!

Thursday at 9 AM Pacific

February 05th 2015:Getting Information on the Fly

Private investigators, like the police officer on the street, often have to gather information quickly, frequently standing on the street or even at someone’s front door. Besides being able to talk to people easily, a private investigator also needs to be quick at evaluating the provider of the information for authenticity and truthfulness. Private investigator and former Fayetteville, North Carolina patrol officer, Christopher Borba, will share his experiences getting people to tell the truth.

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Chris Borba

Chris Borba is a former Paratrooper with 82nd Airborne Division and served in Kosovo and Afghanistan. He is also a former police officer, detective, and a background investigator retained by a Federal Government agency. He holds a Bachelors of Science and is currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in Security Management from American Military University. Chris is a Virginia Licensed Private Investigator, a compliance agent, a member of the Criminal Defense Investigation Training Counsel, and has artlcles published in The Pursuit Magazine.
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