Arizona legislator proposes bill to limit public records…again

It seems like every three months an Arizona legislator attempts to limit the public’s access to important records. Just last month Rep. John Kavanagh proposed criminalizing the videotaping of police officers. This time it’s Rep. Eddie Farnsworth of Gilbert, who has proposed limiting access to records in catastrophic ways. From the Arizona Republic article: …

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What’s In A Name?

What’s in a name? In a word, EVERYTHING. In our industry, ethics, transparency and reliability are paramount. That’s why these traits act as our operational principles. We strive, as private investigators, to uphold our client’s trust, act efficiently, transparently and openly, and we strive to get results. We know that …

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Arizona Public Records Laws Changes? Not so fast.

As Tucson private investigators, our livelihood depends in large part on continued access to public records. Fortunately for private investigators and other professions that rely on this access, maintaining a transparent government is a founding principle of this nation. Finding an old court case, police report, department memo or any other …

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