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The private eye performs a service for a client. Whether it be a private individual or acorporate body [ company or firm ] not the police, military or any other governmentorganisation.
The kind of service the private eye performs is usually, but not limited to, thegathering of relevant information about a third party/parties.
Because the information required by the client can be very broad and far reaching theprivate eye needs to be experienced in many investigative methods.
A private eye can gain this experience in a variety of ways. He can join a firm of private investigators, he could have served in military intelligence, the police or witha government body.
As the field of private investigation is so vast there is a danger the private eye may well become a 'jack of all trades and master of none' and so he may decide to specialise.
If the private eye decided to become expert in collecting information about the infidelitiesof a clients spouse to be used in a divorce case, then the bulk of his expertise would be gained in covert surveillance work.
There are of course many areas in which the private eye could specialise:
When carried out by a professional private eye, all of the above activities arecompletely undetectable and untraceable.
A private eye must be licensed and insured and also must abide by the laws ofthe country/state in which he/she operates.
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