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Resolutions for proposed changes to NCAPI Constitution and Bylaws to be voted on at Cherokee Conference

Ethics and By-laws Committee Submitted by Deborah Worley, NCAPI Vice President/Ethic and By-laws Committee Chair Our committee is submitting the following resolutions for changes to the NCAPI Constitution for vote on November 6, 2017 during the NCAPI Fall Conference.   These will be voted on as separate resolutions: NCAPI Constitution: (First Item) BE IT RESOLVED that […]

2017 NCAPI Fall Conference Information and Schedule

2017 NCAPI Fall Conference November 5-7, 2017 Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort 777 Casino Drive, Cherokee, North Carolina 28719 Reservations: 1-800-223-7277 Room Rate: $89.00 per night with Group Code: S11NCPI Online motel reservations:  http://www.totalrewards.com/hotel-reservations?propCode=CHE&groupCode=S11NCPI Enjoy an opportunity to network, learn & collect 12 Continuing Education Units. Conference Schedule: AGENDA, updated 092617 NCAPI MEMBER Early Bird Registration […]

NCAPI Fall Conference Speakers

We are proud to announce the speakers who are presenting at our 2017  Fall Conference at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino November 5 – 7, 2017.  Become a member of  NCAPI at http://www.ncapi.com before 5/31/2017, and attend the Cherokee conference for FREE !  First up is Kelly Riddle who will be presenting on Surveillance Do’s & Don’ts. […]

2016 NCAPI Fall Conference Information !!

The 2016 NCAPI FALL Conference will be held November 1-3, 2016 at the Hilton Durham. The cost for NCAPI members who register before October 15th is $50.00 and $100.00 after October 15th. A person must be a member as of August 31st to attend the conference for the $50.00 rate. Non-members are $100.00 before October […]

NC Private Investigators Can Continue Using GPS Trackers

A recent update to a North Carolina GPS tracking bill would allow private investigators to use a tracker under certain circumstances, in the context of a lawful investigation. North Carolina Senate “Cyberstalking” Bill 238 outlines the regulations governing GPS tracking devices used by private investigators. The initial bill removed licensed private investigators and private detectives […]