In
d
ex
3
27
Intuition, as quality of investigator, 2
3
Investi
g
ation chronolo
gy
concentration, 189
Investi
g
ation
s
and
p
ost-hire screenin
g
,7
8
t
wo cate
g
or
i
es of, 3–4
Invest
ig
at
i
ons Case Mana
g
ement S
y
stem
(
ICMS
)
,28
9
Invest
ig
at
i
ons mana
g
ement
p
ro
g
rams, 289–29
0
Invest
i
gat
i
ve ass
i
gnment ledger, 3
3
Invest
i
gat
i
ve counselor, manager as, 29–3
0
Invest
i
gat
i
ve funct
i
on, 29–38
Investigative process, 3–8
communication
,
4–
5
creative
p
rocess in,
8
investi
g
ation, two cate
g
ories of, 3–
4
o
bservation, 5–8
o
verview, 3, 4
Invest
ig
at
i
ve re
p
ort, 18
1
Invest
ig
ator,
q
ual
i
t
i
es of, 17–28
act
i
n
g
sk
i
lls, 23–24
commun
i
cat
i
on sk
i
lls
,
effect
i
ve
,
21
creat
i
ve
i
mag
i
nat
i
on, 25–2
6
d
ed
i
cat
i
on to work
,
22
e
nergy, 23
g
ood character, 26
g
ood
j
ud
g
ment, 24
health
y
ske
p
ticism, 22
intelli
g
ence, 2
5
i
nteract
i
n
g
w
i
th
p
eo
p
le, 20
i
ntu
i
t
i
on, 23
log
i
c, 24–25
o
verv
i
ew
,
17–1
8
pat
i
ence, 1
9
powers of observation, 18–1
9
r
eceptivity, 2
1
r
esourcefulness
,
1
9
s
elf-initiative, 22
s
elf-
q
uiz, 26–28
s
ense of
p
rofessionalism, 2
6
s
ense of well-bein
g
, 21–22
s
tam
i
na, 23
t
rue success
,
2
8
understand
i
ng human behav
i
or, 20
understand
i
ng legal
i
mpl
i
cat
i
ons, 20
Invest
i
gator Ch
i
lds, 34
Investigator–informant relationship, 175
Investigator Moss, 3
5
Investigators Little Black Book, The,23
8
ISACA
(
Information S
y
stem Audit and Control
A
ssociation
)
,1
2
ISSA
(
Information S
y
stems Securit
y
Association
)
,1
2
J
J
o
b
p
l
acement, 44–47
J
ob secur
i
ty, 1
0
J
ohnson
,
Samuel
,
17
J
ournals
,
24
3
J
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K
K
e
h
oe,
A
n
d
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6
Kitc
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en C
l
eanu
p
Tim
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,
50–5
1
L
L
andlords
,
as
i
nformat
i
on source
,
23
1
L
anguage of
i
nterrogator, 13
1
L
arge report format, 18
9
L
atent print, 14
5
L
aw enforcement, 64
L
aw en
f
orcement contact, 313
L
ead
i
n
g
q
uest
i
ons, 124
L
e
dg
er com
p
uter
fil
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6
L
egal
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mpl
i
cat
i
ons, 2
0
L
enses
,
2
6
7
,
274
L
etter content, analyz
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ng, 14
8
L
etter file, anonymous, 149
L
etter investigations, anonymous, 14
7
L
etter/
p
arcel markin
g
s, 24
4
L
exis-
N
exi
s
,
23
8
Li
es, t
yp
es of, 117–11
8
Li
fest
y
le
i
nterv
i
ews, 12
6
Li
nk anal
y
s
i
s, 285
Liq
u
i
d s
p
ots, 143
Li
sten
i
ng, act
i
ve, 9
7
Li
t
i
gat
i
on h
i
story, 7
8
L
oan companies, as information source, 22
8
L
ocation descriptions, 64
L
ogic, as quality of investigator, 24–25
L
ow-ke
y
ed confrontation, 76–7
7
M
M
ail dro
p
s, 86
M
ale
i
nterro
g
ators, 10
4
M
anage
r
as contro
ll
er
,
32–3
7
equ
i
pment, 36–37
expenses, 3
6
organization and span of control, 32–33
overview
,
32
records, 33–3
6
as eva
l
uator, 3
8
as investi
g
ative counselor, 29–3
0
as mot
i
vator, 37–38
as tra
i
ner, 30–32
d
i
rect
i
nvolvement
,
31
on-the-
j
ob tra
i
n
i
ng w
i
th others, 31–32
outs
i
de classes
,
3
2
overview
,
3
0
M
arking of evidence, 141–14
2
M
arriage contract, 6
8
M
arria
g
e license, 234

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