Event: Private Investigation: Online sleuthing and staying within the law
When: Sunday, 2013-11-10
Speaker: Renny Thomas, II
Talk: 1pm - 5pm
Where: 17725 NE 65th St A-155, Redmond, WA 98052
A large part of Private Investigation work is knowing what kind of information you can and cannot legally collect. Renny Thomas will explain the thresholds of various Federal and State laws as they relate to public information, privacy concerns, and the difference between “credit” and “noncredit” information available to be attained openly on the net. The information presented during this talk will cover a fair portion of what is required to be licensed as a Private Investigator in the State of Washington.
About the Speaker
Renny Thomas is veteran investigator with over two decades of experience spanning both public and private sector safety management. Today, as the managing partner of TNT Executive Services, Thomas is looking to embolden his posture in the business-to-business security and investigations market space in the Northwest. A former police officer in California, Thomas studied at California State University – Fresno before going on to New York University and obtaining two Master’s degrees in business and sociology.
Needed to Participate
Eyes and ears only, no laptop required. You might want to bring a notebook to take notes.