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John Morris

Just got my Tevo Tornado today. Went together pretty easy. It does everything except, well print. It looks like it is not pulling the filament through. The extruder gear shakes but never appears to actually turn. It goes through all the motions of printing, even goes up for each layer, but little to know filament coming out. Any help would be appreciated. This is my first 3d printer, so I am a bit of a novice. Thanks in advance.

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3rd Annual PPIAC Private Investigator - Awards Banquet

Join us for an evening of fun, networking and recognition as we award professionals in our industry!

1. Private Investigator of the Year: This private investigator demonstrated exceptional skills in solving a case or performing the duties of a private investigator. They may have also brought positive light to the profession in the media through their work in their field, and therefore raised the public’s perception of our profession.

2. Lifetime Achievement Award: This private investigator has been in the business of private investigations for a minimum of 25 years. This person may be retired, but can also be still active. It is somebody that showed leadership in the industry, or provided a unique investigative service over a career

3. Public Official of the Year: This public official has made a difference to private investigators and the profession. This individual may be an elected, appointed or employee of any municipal, county, state or federal government.

4. New Investigator of the Year: This private investigator is new to the industry but has demonstrated a dedication to the PPIAC goals and standards and has become an active member of the profession through interaction with other professionals and/or the public.

July 25, 2015
7:00pm Reception
8:00 pm Dinner
Hosted at: The Holiday Inn Denver East-Stapleton, 3333 Quebec Street, Denver, CO 80207
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Learn the basics of starting and building your PI business

The Basics of Building Your PI Business

April 25, 2015 / 8:00am - 5:00pm
Hosted by: Serve Now
3120 Blake Street, Denver, CO

Learn the basics from successful professionals This class is specifically designed for newcomers to the private investigation industry. This class is designed to give you the basics of starting your business. We will discuss Colorado's licensing law, business structure, marketing and other topics to help you get started in the industry. The all day event will feature training from successful professional investigators with years of experience in building their business.

PPIAC/PSACO Members $75
Non-Members $100

• Licensing
• Marketing
• Business Structure
• Database Usage
• Ethics
• Bonding and Insurance
• Website Development
• More to Come

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Colorado Private Detective and Investigators licensing will

Protect Consumers from unscrupulous individuals

Have no barriers for new PI’s to come into the profession

Require Private Investigators to pass a CBI & FBI background check

Require PI’s to pass a jurisprudence examination to make sure they understand the laws governing the profession

Be affordable to all Colorado investigators and firms
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Private Investigator Cracking L.A.’s cases for Iranian community….

An Iranian man parks his car in a guest spot behind his apartment. He heads inside the building and comes back out about an hour later to walk the dog.
Across the street, parked in a rental car, private investigator Sam Nassrouie tucks away his surveillance gear — a camera pen and a hidden tape recorder that looks like an MP3 player — and retrieves his cellphone.
“Your husband doesn’t seem to be cheating on you,” Nassrouie reassures his client, an Iranian woman, over the phone. “I followed him — he went straight home from work and only left to walk your dog.”
The client, confused, tells the PI: “But … we don’t have a dog.”
Moments later, Nassrouie hears loud profanities in Farsi coming from the apartment building. His client had figured it out: Her husband was cheating on her — with their neighbor. Nassrouie had spotted him walking the neighbor’s dog.
With jobs as varied as solving infidelity cases and conducting background checks, Nassrouie, 62, has spent 15 years as the go-to private investigator for L.A.’s Iranian community.
From Tehran to L.A.
As a child, Nassrouie said his parents would call him fozool, or overly curious. Even at Persian parties, called mehmoonies, Nassrouie said he was always “snooping.”
“I always saw things people didn’t notice,” he said. “I would ask, ‘Why is this here?’”
He also tuned into the radio show “Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar,” about the adventures of a freelance insurance investigator.
“In Iran, the idea of a private investigator didn’t really exist,” he said. “But I was drawn to it because it seemed challenging and rewarding.”
After graduating from high school in Tehran, Nassrouie hoped to become a pilot or a homicide detective.
Instead, he served several years in the Iranian military before moving to New York to live with his brother.
He eventually moved to Los Angeles in the 1980s, working at an auto repossessing company while taking criminology classes.
While taking classes, he sought real-life experience, and spent hours shadowing other investigators until he got his own license to practice in 1999.
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October 3-4, 2014
Ameristar Casino Resort Spa
Black Hawk, Colorado


Basic Investigator Techniques - Creditors, Predators & Thieves - Basic Accident Investigation - Disaster Site Work - Interactive Death Case - Interview / Interrogation - Internet Data Mining - Elements of a Major Case - Advanced Investigator Tech

Check out the updated private investigator training schedule and private detective speaker bios!  Registration information will be coming soon!
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Arizona Dept. of Public Safety investigating distribution of unauthorized private investigator licenses!
A possible scandal is brewing inside Arizona’s Department of Public Safety. Authorities have confirmed that an internal investigation is underway to determine if some DPS employees were paid off to distribute unauthorized licenses. DPS issues licenses for private investigators, private security companies and security guards.

A private investigator license would allow an individual to have access to Arizona’s Motor Vehicle Division records – allowing them to run someone’s license plate, see who’s behind the wheel of a car, and find out where they live.

A PI license also allows someone to do background checks – looking up someone’s criminal history and their financial records.
There are a number of requirements to obtain a private investigator’s license.
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