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Miriam Ettisch-Enchelmaier BA first WAPI honorary member

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Miriam Ettisch-Enchelmaier BA is the first WAPI Honorary Member. She is a longstanding, respected and very well known German PI.

The Constitution of WAPI allows for a maximum of three Honorary Memberships each year, to be awarded to outstanding Individuals who, in the opinion of the WAPI Governing Council, have contributed in an outstanding way to the PI Profession as a whole.

The World Association of Professional Investigators was established in the UK in early 2001 to provide an alternative to the mainstream Professional Associations, which have failed to attract the vast majority of practising investigators into their ranks.

Since inception WAPI has generated a growing membership drawn from all over the world.

The Association has been one of the most active in representing to Government bodies the issues and concerns, not only of WAPI Members, but also the wider profession.

The WAPI Governing Council are pleased to recognise the achievements and positive contribution of Miriam Ettisch-Enchelmaier to enhance the PI Profession, and we are delighted that she has graciously accepted our first Honorary Membership.

Miriam Ettisch-Enchelmaier can be contacted at;

Email: Ettisch-EnchelmaierGmbH@t-online.de
Web: ettisch.euro-detectives.org

February 20, 2014 |

Judge to probe detective Daniel Morgan’s axe murder

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A notorious case of a private investigator alleged to have been murdered because he was about to expose corruption at Scotland Yard is to be investigated by a judge.

Home Secretary Theresa May will announce an “independent panel review” into the death of Daniel Morgan more than 25 years ago.

Full details of the story can be found at : http://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/judge-to-probe-detective-daniel-morgans-axe-murder-8607251.htmldaniel-morgans-axe-murder-8607251.html

September 17, 2013 |

Rogue private eyes report published in full

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A controversial report by the Serious and Organised Crime Agency detailing the activities of rogue private investigators has been placed on the internet.

The investigative website Exaro published an “unredacted” version of the so-called “Project Riverside” report, which examines five investigations into illegality by private investigators.

Read the full story here: www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-23493112

August 19, 2013 |
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