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Today’s Private Investigators

 
By Paul Rene Jr
 
Hello, my name Paul Rene Jr., and I am a local Private Investigator and Security Specialist.  After serving in The United States Army, with tours to Afghanistan and Iraq, I began to search for a career which fit my special skill set in the civilian sector.  This search led me to this wonderful career which allows me to work in many different circumstances.
 

 

By Paul Rene Jr

 

Hello, my name Paul Rene Jr., and I am a local Private Investigator and Security Specialist.  After serving in The United States Army, with tours to Afghanistan and Iraq, I began to search for a career which fit my special skill set in the civilian sector.  This search led me to this wonderful career which allows me to work in many different circumstances.

 

 After some research I found that in order to provide personal protection in the state of Florida I was required to obtain sponsorship from an already established Private Investigation Agency and had to fill out paperwork and pay the fees for a CC license.  One month after my ETS in May of 2005 I was picked up by one of the most prestigious agencies located here in central Florida. A lot of credit goes to my mentor, friend, and business partner as we still handle cases together throughout all these years.

 

 In this article I’d like to set the record straight to familiarize you with exactly what the duties are for a Private Investigator and an Executive Protection agent so you can get a better understanding of what I do. Now I can’t take all of the credit for my success. Throughout the years I’ve had the privilege to work with some of the best agents here in central Florida and nationwide. This has helped me maintain a database of over 20 elite individuals that can handle any task that the client needs at any time.

 

A private investigator (PI) is a person who can be hired by an individual or a company to undertake investigatory law services. Many of them work for attorneys, for insurance agencies, or for individuals looking for information. The old cliché is the PI trailing the husband or wife to see if they're having an affair. Private investigators should be professionals, licensed with adequate oversight, and with appropriate experience for the job they contract to do.

 

Usual Duties of Private Investigators:

 

- Perform undercover operations such as evaluating the performance and honesty of employees by posing as customers or employees for the client.

 

- Question persons to obtain evidence for cases of divorce, child custody, or missing persons, or information about individuals' character or financial status.

 

 

- Search computer databases, credit reports, public records, tax and legal filings, and other resources in order to locate persons or to compile information for investigations.

 

- Expose fraudulent insurance claims or stolen funds.

 

- Investigate companies' financial standings or locate funds stolen by embezzlers.

 

- Testify at hearings and court trials to present evidence.

 

- Warn troublemakers causing problems on establishment premises, and eject them from premises when necessary.

 

- Apprehend suspects and release them to law enforcement authorities.

 

- Conduct background investigations of individuals, such as pre-employment checks, to obtain information about an individual's character, financial status or personal history.

 

- Expose Infidelity, adultery, cheating, being unfaithful, and more.

 

- Conduct private investigations.

 

- Confer with establishment officials, security departments, police, or postal officials to identify problems, provide information, and receive instructions.

 

- Monitor industrial or commercial properties to enforce conformance to establishment rules, and to protect people or property.

 

- Observe and document activities of individuals in order to detect unlawful acts or to obtain evidence for cases, using binoculars and still or video cameras.

 

- Obtain and analyze information on suspects, crimes, and disturbances in order to solve cases, to identify criminal activity, and to gather information for court cases.

 

 

Thanks for taking the time to read this first article. Next week, we will discuss what measures you can take to make sure your home is secure.

 

 

Paul Rene Jr., is a former U.S. Army Intelligence soldier who served our country in the 82nd Airborne Division and has worked for several prominent paramilitary organizations. Paul Rene Jr. has been living in the Orlando area for over 20 years. Paul owns and operates Omega Core Industries LLC, which provides private investigation services, executive protection, and more. Omega Core Industries services include but are not limited to Investigations, Assets Transport, Convoy Security, and Executive Protection. Their services are provided worldwide. Recent overseas work has included the training and management of Personal Security elements in Port Au Prince, Haiti. He is a single father of an 8 year old boy and is currently pursuing an Undergraduate Degree in Psychology at the University of Central Florida. When it’s not about business, Paul enjoys working out, basketball, shooting pool, playing chess, and scuba diving. Paul can be reached at 407-601-9493 or you can visit his website at omegacoreindustries.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Post Reviews “House of Cards”

By Jacob Engels

       Netflix ventured off into uncharted territory recently with their very own original series, House of Cards. Aside from being their first original content, all episodes from the first season of Netflix's House of Cards are available to watch. Not having to wait a week to see one episode was intriguing enough to give it a try. 



By Jacob Engels


       Netflix ventured off into uncharted territory recently with their very own original series, House of Cards. Aside from being their first original content, all episodes from the first season of Netflix's House of Cards are available to watch. Not having to wait a week to see one episode was intriguing enough to give it a try. 

       House of Cards, a political thriller set in DC, follows the story of Frank Underwood a Democratic Congressman and House Majority Whip, who didn't receive his appointment to become Secretary of State. Disgruntled, he sets out to exact revenge on all those whom he holds responsible, including the President of the United States. 

       Similar to NBC’s blockbuster West Wing, but without the filter required on broadcast television, House of Cards has the feeling of an HBO or Showtime production. Foul language, sex, murder, drugs, addiction, are all explored, but perhaps the more intriguing and most likeable part of House of Cards is the way Francis Underwood (Spacey) interacts with the camera. In certain scenes, the camera cuts to Spacey and he speaks directly to the audience, which is when Congressman Underwood shares with viewers his most eloquent and dark machinations. 

      Aside from Congressman Underwood's quest for revenge, House of Cards has several fantastic supporting story lines and a wonderful supporting cast. We see a young reporter Zoe Barnes (played by Kate Mara) cozy up to Underwood in hopes of him passing her information that will boost her stagnate career, a young alcoholic Congressman played by Corey Stoll whose boozing and womanizing lead him into an unpredictable alliance with Underwood, and Underwood’s wife Claire (portrayed by Robin Wright) who runs the Clean Water Initiative which plays second fiddle to Franks ambition and is often used for his scheming. 

     If you like or work in politics, this show is for you. If you appreciate a juicy ruthless revenge plot, then this show is for you. Those looking for honest, good intentioned, and down to earth characters might find them in some manifestation, but I wouldn't expect on seeing them too often. 

I strongly recommend watching House of Cards. If you don't have a Netflix account, House of Cards alone is worth giving it a whirl.

 

Jacob Engels, is the Founder of East Orlando Post. Along with the Post, he owns several other business and is currently enrolled at Valencia College. Jacob has lived in Avalon Park since it's founding and enjoys playing with his black Labradoodle Japser, listening to indie rock, and seeking out new business ventures. He can be reached at info@eastorlandopost.com.

 

 

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