A trial court judge has ruled that a plaintiff does not have to “friend” opposing counsel to allow access to photos on her Facebook account. The judge ruled that the photos could be provided to the defense but that providing access to the private Facebook account as a method of discovery was an invasion of privacy.
The book presents the reader with an array of interesting essays on useful topics such as premises liability, undercover operations, integrity investigations, protecting assets, mortgage fraud, arson investigations, and homicide investigations.
By John F. Hein, CPP; Reviewed by Steve Albrecht, CPP
There are two ways to look at this book. It might be viewed as an informative and well-researched look at internal affairs (IA) units inside law enforcement agencies. Or it could be seen as a template for how to conduct internal investigations—it’s this latter view that might serve security professionals.