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Debra Allen - Arizona Confidential Intermediary C. I. Arizona Private Investigator 928-846-7208
Debra Allen - Arizona Confidential Intermediary C. I. Arizona Private Investigator 928-846-7208

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Allen Bail Bond Services in Lake Havasu

285 Lake Havasu Avenue S. # 200
Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403
928-846-7208
www.allenbail.com

Mothers and Adoptees - Louisiana births from 1980's to 2000,, if any of the following people and / or organization were involved in the adoption process, please contact me as I have information to help you.
1. Richard Gitelman - National Adoption Counseling
2. Beacon House - Baton Rouge
3. Lawyers, A. Bruce Rozas, McGee, DeJean, Pitre, Manuel or H. Michael Aaron, Karen Prejean - paralegal
4. Hospitals - Woman's Hospital - Baton Rouge, Savoy Hospital - Mamou, Louisiana, Moosa Hospital, Eunice, Louisiana.
5. If the child was born in Louisiana and adopted to the states of New Jersey, New York or Pennsylvania and primarily to Jewish Families.
6. If the mother answered an ad in a newspaper for adoption help where medical expenses were paid etc and the mother was taken to Louisiana. Private message me for more information.
I've reunited 75 of these children with their families to date. debra@alleninv.com www.alleninv.com

HEALTHY + PARANOIA = YES!

“Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they aren’t after you.”

Joseph Heller, Catch 22

Would you jump over the fence, or peek over it first? If you snuck a peek, would you consider that to be paranoid?

Urban Dictionary defines healthy paranoia as, “Checking something multiple times to assure yourself that something is correct or safe because you are aware of the consequences of it being not safe or correct.”

If you maintain a healthy dose of paranoia it could actually be:

Caution
Prudence
Vigilance
Attentiveness
Watchfulness
Alertness
Healthy paranoids, or prudent paranoids, monitor their moves, and scrutinize and analyze actions in detail. They have a sense about present and future danger, and use this as an early warning system. They investigate and evaluate information, which can help them to develop protections against what might develop into a real external risk.

Putting healthy paranoia into practice:

Ensure you have all the facts, learn everything you can, don’t stop at what you want to hear or only what others want you to know.
Be open to how to interpret the data you collect and avoid jumping to conclusions. The data you have is only as good as your effective interpretation of it.
As the old saying goes, “Keep your friends close, but keep your enemies even closer.” It’s good to have dependable supporters who are there to help safeguard your interests, but make sure that you don’t let that insulate you. Know what the other side is doing, thinking, planning …
Be a little unpredictable. Unexpected behavior can put a potential adversary off guard, lessen their sense of security, and create doubt about their plan.
Be ready to disregard the rules, know when to go with your instincts.
Ask “what if” questions constantly. As Murphy’s Law dictates, “If it can go wrong, it will.” So, you must ask questions, and realize that it’s the problems that you might not possibly have imagined that will do the most damage.
Be proactive. Being paranoid doesn’t do you any good if you’re not effectively using it to solve or prepare for problems.
Life is a constant learning experience, and like most things, the more you practice healthy paranoia, the better you will get at identifying and asking the right ‘what if’ questions, and creating solutions to potential problems.
“Your mind is working at its best when you’re being paranoid. You explore every avenue and possibility of your situation at high speed with total clarity.”

Artist Banksy, Banging Your Head Against a Brick Wall

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TRICK? TREAT?

Allen Bail and Allen Investigations would like to say, HAPPY HALLOWEEN, and remind everyone to have a safe and treat filled day.

An investigation can be a trick or treat situation!

Many people who have questions, hire a private investigator in the hopes of having their questions answered, often with the answers that they are seeking. As a private investigator, I sometimes need to remind my clients that as much as I am there for them, whatever the truth is, the truth is … and the answers may not be what they want to hear.

As a licensed private investigator and confidential intermediary, I have conducted thousands of post-adoption searches and reunited thousands of birth families. While many first family members are open to reunification and have spent years hoping to be ‘found’, some are not ready to reconnect. Unfortunately, sometimes the search begins too late, and a birth family member is already deceased.

In any investigation, ​a professional private investigator will have prepared their client for any eventuality, and proceed to work confidentially and effectively to answers their client’s questions.

While Halloween is supposed to be scary, at Allen Bail we know that being in jail can be scary too, but we are here to answer your questions and hopefully ease your fears.

Allen Bail – Here for you 24 / 7

Allen Investigations, we’re here … WHEN YOU’RE READY FOR ANSWERS.
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My thoughts today.

“Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't after you.”
Joseph Heller, Catch 22

Would you jump over the fence, or peek over it first? If you took a peek, would you consider that to be paranoid?

Urban Dictionary defines healthy paranoia as, “Checking something multiple times to assure yourself that something is correct or safe because you are aware of the consequences of it being not safe or correct.”

If you maintain a healthy dose of paranoia it could actually be considered:

Caution
Prudence
Vigilance
Attentiveness
Watchfulness
Alertness
Healthy paranoids, also referred to as prudent paranoids, monitor their moves, scrutinize and analyze actions in detail. They have a sense of the present and future danger and use this as an early warning system. They investigate and evaluate information, which can help them to develop protections against what could develop into a real external risk.

Putting healthy paranoia into practice:
Ensure you have all the facts, learn everything you can, don’t stop at what you want to hear or only what others want you to know.
Be open to how to interpret the data you collect and avoid jumping to conclusions. The data you have is only as good as your effective interpretation of it.
As the old saying goes, “Keep your friends close, but keep your enemies even closer.” It’s good to have dependable supporters who are there to help safeguard your interests but make sure that you don’t let that insulate you. Know what the other side is doing, thinking, planning …
Be a little unpredictable. Unexpected behavior can put a potential adversary off guard, lessen their sense of security, and create doubt about their plan.
Be ready to disregard the rules, know when to forget the rules and go with your instincts.
Ask “what if” questions constantly. As Murphy’s Law dictates, “If it can go wrong, it will.” So, you must ask questions, and realize that it’s the problems that you might not possibly have imagined that will do the most damage.
Be proactive. Being paranoid doesn’t do you any good if you’re not effectively using it to solve or prepare for problems.
Life is a constant learning experience, and like most things, the more you practice healthy paranoia, the better you will get at identifying and asking the right ‘what if’ questions and creating solutions to potential problems.
“Your mind is working at its best when you’re being paranoid. You explore every avenue and possibility of your situation at high speed with total clarity.”

Artist Banksy, Banging Your Head Against a Brick Wall
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Debra Allen
Arizona Confidential Intermediary (C.I.) #30402
Arizona Private Investigator License # 1649611
Arizona Bail Bond License # 18476375
California Private Investigator License #29141

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Bail Reform? Is it necessary?

In most states, after reviewing a defendant’s charges, taking into consideration the seriousness of the offense, looking at previous criminal history, and weighing the probability of a defendant’s future appearance in court, a judge will either set bail, deny bail, or release a defendant on their own recognizance.

SB 10, which is awaiting action by the California Assembly next year, seeks to change, or as they say ‘reform’ the current system, by replacing a judge’s evaluation of a defendant and the circumstances, with a computer algorithm to determine if a defendant will be released on their own recognizance, depending on their “public safety assessment score.” While New Jersey, New Mexico, Colorado and the District of Columbia have adopted such systems, Bob Andrzejczak, a New Jersey Assembly Member has publicly stated that legislators in his state made a horrible mistake in doing so.

Computerized risk assessments and no bail release recommendations have a high failure to appear rate – 21% versus 3.8% for defendants released on bail. (Statistics related to a Houston based U.S. District Court Judge.) No-bail release recommendations in San Francisco and New Jersey resulted in homicides in both states. Despite this, SB 10 supporters are adamant that a computerized system for no bail release of defendants: won’t endanger their victims, won’t endanger others, will make them faithfully appear at all hearings, and will ensure that they will appear at trial. What happens if or when something goes wrong? Does overly burdened law enforcement have the time or resources to ensure that all people scheduled for a hearing are present and accounted for?

Judges already have the authority to modify bail or release people on their own recognizance based on the circumstances. But, when needed, the Commercial Bail System has provided for the appearance of the defendant in court, at no cost to the taxpayer. It has been working for over 100 years. by Debra Allen, PI and Arizona Bail Agent. www.alleninv.com www.allenbail.com

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!”
Attributed to T. Bert (Thomas Bertram) Lance, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget in Jimmy Carter's 1977 administration.

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He's been located and happily reunited. Thank you all for sharing this ad.
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Mohave County, La Paz County, Lake Havasu City, Kingman, Parker, Bullhead, Arizona Elder Abuse, Swindled, Financial Abuse, Neglect in Arizona.

www.alleninv.com debra@alleninv.com 928-846-7208. Report to your local police and if you need further assistance our private investigators are versed with crimes against the elderly.

Physical: Any injury or physical condition that impairs health or welfare. Some signs of physical abuse may include: bruises, cuts, wounds, sudden change in behavior, or caregiver's refusal to allow visitors alone with senior.

Emotional: A pattern of ridiculing or using demeaning remarks or making threats to inflict physical or emotional harm. Some signs of emotional abuse may include: intimidating, threatening, humiliating, and giving them the silent treatment.

Sexual: Any type of non-consensual sexual contact with an elderly person. Some signs of sexual abuse may include: unexplained depression, fear or paranoia, discomfort or anxiety around certain people, or unexplained injuries.

Financial: The illegal or improper use of a vulnerable adult or his/her financial resources for another's profit or advantage. Some examples of financial abuse may include: the taking of money or property; forging a signature; getting a senior to sign a deed, will or power of attorney through deception; coercion or undue influence; or, illegally or improperly adding names to bank accounts or safety deposit boxes.

Neglect: Deprivation of food, water, medication, medical services, shelter, cooling, heating or other services necessary to maintain minimum physical or mental health. Some signs of neglect may include: unclean living spaces, lack of hygiene, or no food or water in the house.

We can help. www.alleninv.com debra@alleninv.com 928-846-7208

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