Archive | January, 2012


We at Texas Investigative Network, Inc. recognize that once a decision has been made to contact a licensed Private Investigative Agency, it is because attempts to establish clarity in a given situation through other means may have been unsuccessful, at this point your situation may not quite be ready for litigation and/or criminal prosecution and/or […]

2011 T.I.N. REVENUE – 70% from Existing or Referred Clients

In review of our agency revenues for 2011 earlier this month, a couple of figures caught my attention and frankly speaking, stirred a humbling and gracious moment for me.  First example:  39% of the our agency revenues last year were a result of assignments generated by previous clients.  Second example:  31% of our agency revenues […]


Texas Investigative Network, Inc. is pleased to announce that we have completed our yearly hard copy newsletter for 2012 and have begun distributing it to our current & previous clients.  Our yearly newsletter contains Announcements, Case Summaries (Including Photos) and Tips/Trends from the Investigative Industry. In the event that you have not received a copy […]

The Shut Down of a “Maquiladora”: “In & Out Without Incident”

An assignment in Mexico required our physical presence during the shut down process of one our client’s “maquiladoras”, or factories. Our client, a U.S. entity who maintains corporate offices in Chicago, had made the unfortunate, but necessary decision to terminate all 65 employees at this particular facility shortly before Thanksgiving in 2006. The primary concern […]