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We are here to serve you and answer all your questions.  We have tried to answer every question we thought you might ask. However, if there is a question you have that we did not address, please e-mail or call us at 1-501-372-2202.


What type of training do you provide?
Most of our training sessions last 1-2 hours.

What subjects do you provide training for?


Fraud Does Affect You 
A general presentation covering fraud and how it affects the daily lives of everyone both in business and in their personal lives. An interactive discussion about how to be on the alert for various schemes and what to do when you find you might be a victim. Audiences will leave with a better understanding of how fraud affects them and that fraud is not what happens ‘to everyone else'. (Specific presentations are also available for: Fraud Prevention, Fraud Investigations, Fraud in the Workplace, Small Business Fraud, Employee Theft and Embezzlement, Private investigators in the fraud arena, and Check Fraud)

Internet Safety
Designed primarily for parents, this presentation series covers suggestions compiled from recommendations by the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, various federal, state and local police agencies and common sense approaches to being a part of your child’s internet experience. Approaches include practical examples of real-life situations, monitoring the internet, tools to use, how to protect your child, social networking systems, and reporting incidents.

A Winning Combination, Using a Private Investigator
Presentations designed for the interest and focus of the audience cover a range of topics including when an attorney or business owner should consider hiring an investigator, how to find a qualified investigator, what qualifications to look for, how to properly utilize the investigator, pitfalls to look for, billing and management, expectations of the PI, report writing, and court presentation. Goals of the presentation are to increase awareness of the positive role Private Investigators play in today’s legal and business environment and how to engage the right one.

Successful Marketing for the Private Investigator
This interactive discussion is designed as a sharing approach to successful marketing. Chock full of helpful hints to develop and keep clients, discussion areas include various types and approaches of marketing used by private investigators and designed to increase their bottom line. Topic areas include television, print, radio, web, networking opportunities, and guerilla advertising approaches

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How much notice do you need to provide a training seminar?
Our presentation materials are always up to date so we can accommodate short notice engagements. Generally a week or two although we do forecast several months in advance when conferences are in their planning stages.

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Where have you conducted trainings in the past?

  • The National White Collar Crime Center
  • The National Advocacy Center
  • National Federation of Paralegal Associations and the Arkansas Paralegal Association
  • Chambers of Commerce, NewComer Orientation and Breakfast Host
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
  • Small Business Development Centers
  • Internet for Parents (radio presentations)
  • Various college seminars
  • Rotary clubs
  • Civitan clubs
  • Kiwanis clubs
  • Lions clubs
  • Lonoke County Bar Association,
  • Pulaski County Bar Association
  • Child Appointed Special Advocates

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What are your fees?
We do not charge fees for these engagements as we feel it’s our way of giving back to the community. In those rare situations involving overnight travels, or excess mileages we do appreciate the host picking up those expenses.

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How do we contact you?
You can contact us in any manner that is convenient to you. Generally a phone call is best so that we can give you immediate feedback on our availability and so that we fully understand your desires and expectations. Another quick method is through the “contact us” page on this website.

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Membership Arkansas Investigations Certified Computer Forensic Examiner /> National Council of Investigation and Security