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Carolina Investigative Associates Team

 

9 Years of Investigative Experience

Areas of Expertise:

  • Certified Public Accountant
  • EnCase Certified Examiner
  • Certified Fraud Examiner
  • Master Analyst in Financial Forensics
  • Certified in Financial Forensics
  • Certified Information Technology Professional

Team Member: Senior Investigator & Specialist

21 Years of Investigative Experience  

Areas of Expertise:

  • Surveillance
  • Infidelity Investigations
  • Criminal Defense
  • Civil Investigations
  • Skip Traces
  • Background Checks
  • Child Custody
  • GPS Tracking
  • Corporate Investigations
  • Insurance Fraud

Team Member: Senior Investigator & Specialist

21 years investigative experience

Areas of Expertise:

  • Emergency Management
  • Asset Protection
  • Investigations (Criminal, Domestic, Counter-Surveillance, Child Custody, Infidelity)
  • Process Service
  • Court Filing
  • Records Research

Team Member: Senior Investigator & Specialist

17 years investigative experience

Areas of Expertise: Complex Legal Investigations, Insurance investigations, Domestic Investigations, Fraud/Theft Embezzlement Investigations, Interview/Interrogation, Scientific Content Analysis, Research, Strategic Planning, Interaction and Coordination with All Levels of Law Enforcement, Statement Taking, Court Testimony, Surveillance, Photo and Evidence Collection, Records Research, Criminal and Civil Background Checks, Witness and Expert Witness Location, Records Retrieval, Court Filing, Skip Tracing and Analysis, Personal Protection Specialist, Instructor Level Ratings/Certifications in Empty-Hands Self Defense, OCAT, Mini-baton, Taser, Hand-gun Retention, and has received extensive training in the Justifiable Use of Deadly Force and Stress-Fire Techniques through the Lethal Force Institute (LFI).

April 2010 NBC Today ShowVideo – YouTube – NBC Today Show, “Female Body Guards.” April, 2010.Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UxImfodGr0
October 2006 Minnesota Association of Private Investigators and Protective Agents“The Fair Credit Reporting Act:  Issues and Requirements for Private Investigators”
August 2003 Invest In Yourself – Women’s Executive Seminars“What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You”
February 2003 St. Paul Association of Responsible Landlords“Beyond Suspicion:  How To Identify and Document Illegal Activities”
October 2002 Valley View Middle School – 130 students“Investigations – Objectivity vs. Subjectivity”
September 2002 Minnesota Monthly Magazine“Wolfson, P.I”Reynolds, Stephan. “Wolfson, P.I.”Minnesota Monthly. Minnesota MonthlyPublications, Inc. 2002.
February 2002 Edina High School – Career Connections “Licensed Private Investigation Careers”
February 2002 Human Resource Professionals“How to Keep Your Assets Out of Court”
November 2001 Normandale Community College – Health Department – Drug Class3 – 50 minute sessions “How Drug and Alcohol Abuse Affects and Complicates Investigations”
May 2001 Certified Fraud Examiners“Profiling the Suspect Pool”
March 2001 Minnesota State Bar Association Continuing Legal Education“The Value of Private Investigation and Its Impact on Winning Cases”
November 1999 The Twin Cities’ Chapter of Sisters in Crime“Unreliability of Witness Testimony”
September 1998 Apple Valley High School – 100 students – Criminology Class“How to Obtain Evidence in Private Sector Investigations”

 

 

Team Member: Senior Investigator & Specialist


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