Denver private investigator PI story roundup and the best and worst Colorado climates for summer surveillance jobs
By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger
Over the last week three local and national stories have found themselves on private investigator radars and heat maps. We've taken you to the International Spy Museum before but this week. The New York Times' Shivani Vora, however, just wrote about the museum's now flourishing golden age age of tourism due to the increased concerns over Russian intervention in United States politics.
You can't not love Duncan Strauss' widely shared Washington Post story about full-time lost pet investigator, Jamie Katz enough. In the two-years since founding her business Katz has reunited 150 animals with their owners. You'll also find out about pioneer of pet investigation, Kat Albrecht who has trained hundred of pet investigator proteges.
Last week's biggest hit new story may have actually been in our homegrown Denver Post. Chris Osher's story "Colorado's Pricey Polygraph Test discusses Colorado's use of the problematic polygraph test with sex offenders. Is this a fair game for law enforcement to play?
Finally, with summer surveillance assignments round the corner, what could be more worth a trip to the hardware store than a cooler than a cooler tricked up to actually stay cool for a long period of time?
This gem was brought to our attention by Joe LaSorsa of LaSorsa & Associates security group. No word yet on how long it'll actually keep your bottled water cool but we'd welcome your feedback.
What we do know, for certain is that in 2017, Colorado had it's warmest March on record, according to the National Centers for Environment Information but ultimately it'll depend on where your surveillance assignment is.
Summer days in Sedgwick and Las Animas will be exceptionally excruciating according to Colorado State's Colorado Extremes map so if surveillance is your specialty you may want to consider preparing multiple coolers for the regions' extreme heat.
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