"I highly recommend Doerner Investigations if you are in need of PI services. As an adoptee, I was able to find missing links that have eluded me for years! They were extremely professional and highly committed to my case. I am forever grateful and would not hesitate to use them if needed again."
Amy Doerner sat down with Sylvie Belmond for an interview on the use of K9 detection dogs to help combat teen drug use. Doerner, a Los Angeles and Agoura Hills private investigator, is using K9 drug dogs to help parents in the war on teen drug use.
If you’ve ever suspected one of your children of using drugs, you may have tried going through their pockets and their backpacks for pills, weed or other drugs like heroine. The sad truth is that any teen who wants to hide drugs has the ability to hide them so well that even a thorough search by a concerned parent won’t find them. How do they figure out where to put them? If they have the ability to access the internet for research or to buy a book, they have access to detailed instructions on how to hide drugs (or anything else) in places parents are unlikely to ever check.
One of our services is for parents concerned about drug use at home by teenagers, etc. Proactive parents call Doerner Investigations to help investigate teenage drug use. In-home drug detection for teenage drug use can give parents peace of mind or immediate notice of a potential life-threatening problem.
Listen to the Conejo Valley Advice Givers Podcast Interview with Amy Doerner. Private Detective, K9 handler, and Los Angeles business owner Amy Doerner sits down and discusses her fascinating job. She tells us about a wild infidelity case from years back and elaborates on the joy of helping adoptees and their biological families reunite. Get to know Amy's "origin story", and the nuances of being a real life P.I. in this fun and revealing interview.
The problems with Uber and Lyft continue to mount. It’s important to understand the differences in the type of backgrounds these companies do. Because they are not in the group of a taxi company but rather just a regular company they are bound by CA Employment Laws which limits the depth of a background check. When a company is a public transportation company the backgrounds are much more in-depth. These companies springing up are nothing more then maybe a step above hitchhiking and paying for that ride while praying your driver is not going to harm you.