How busting myths about private investigators help people better understand the profession

Creating a false perception of private investigators in people’s minds is something the media has done over the last few decades. The movies and TV shows related to crime, thriller, and drama genres have often portrayed the private investigation industry’s false image. In places like Oklahoma City, USA, where people have a deep interest in watching investigation related movies and series, media has often misled the masses into believing that private investigators are law enforcement agents.
Misconceptions about a private investigator’s day at work, their daily routine lives, and how they solve cases create confusion and tension between them and their clients. Often, private investigators find themselves in situations where they have to refuse their clients for things they cannot do. However, their clients expect them to fulfill their unrealistic requirements created due to the false perception.

Like any other citizen, private investigators cannot trespass on private property, even while they are on a case. Only if they have a permit issued to them by the state they can do that. But in most cases, the government does not issue such a permit to them.

Private investigators can make an arrest
Private investigators cannot arrest people since they are not law enforcement agents. State or federal governments worldwide don’t have this policy of authorizing private investigators to make an arrest.
So, if you require a private investigator, Keefe Private Investigations is just the right place for you. We are a professional service provider. Our prime objective is to offload all our clients’ worries and assure that they leave the case on us!