Target Investigations will be celebrating its 25th Silver Anniversary this year. The company was founded by Chief Investigator Kenneth D’Angelo in 1992, and has since risen to become the industry leader in the area of family-law private investigations. What began as a one man operation over two decades ago, now consists of a very talented team of professional investigators and computer and cellphone forensic examiners with a sterling reputation for getting answers. With two locations in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, one in Gaithersburg, Maryland and the other in Reston, Virginia, they service a wide geographical portion of this area,…
Mr. D’Angelo spoke to members of the Virginia House of Delegates regarding the industry’s need for a particular House Bill to be passed into law that would allow Licensed Private Investigative Businesses in Virginia to utilize the services of Registered Private Investigators in Virginia, not only as employees but as independent contractors as well. Following his testimony, a short amendment was made to the bill before it was voted on and passed through the committee for recording.
Target Investigations launched a brand-new company website this week. The new website not only provides a great deal of information about the company and its operations, but gives visitors a breakdown of the various types of problems the firm can assist with, and attempts to answer the most frequently asked questions potential clients have. The site also features a brand new “Media” page where visitors can read about all of the latest happenings for Target, and also view their latest promotional video. The launching of the new website marks the company’s twenty-two year anniversary, as it was originally founded in…
Target Investigations launches a new Facebook company webpage to serve as the company’s official blog site. Logon to read all about the latest happenings at: http://www.facebook.com/targetinvestigations.
Mr. D’Angelo served as a faculty member for the Maryland State Bar Association’s Continuing Legal Education program. Mr. D’Angelo’s presentation was titled “Technology and the Demise of Personal Privacy.” He covered the various methods people are using to harvest information about others, including electronic tracking and monitoring of any online activities.
Mr. D’Angelo is interviewed for an article in the Homeland Security Today Magazine called “I SEE YOU:The New Eyeballs of Modern Mobile Surveillance.” Mr. D’Angelo’s comments were on the use of GPS devices by modern-day private detective agencies. Read the full article here.
Mr. D’Angelo contributed an article for the December, 2013 issue of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Family Law Newsletter titled “The Private Investigator: A User’s Guide For The Legal Practitioner.” In this article Mr. D’Angelo explains how to find a good Private Investigator; how they normally charge for their services; and some tips on how attorneys can best manage an investigator’s work. Read the full article here.
Mr. D’Angelo is interviewed on a Federal News Radio (WFED) program named “Power Of Attorney.” The topic of the program was spouses and partners who spy on one another using Internet sources and other electronic means, as well as cyber-security in family law matters.
Mr. D’Angelo is elected as President of the Private Investigator’s Association of Virginia (PIAVA).
Mr. D’Angelo testifies at an emergency hearing before ten of Maryland’s judges that make up the Rules Committee of the Maryland Court Of Appeals. His testimony dealt with the need for a person’s personal identifier information, information such as full name, address and date of birth, to be displayed in the Court’s databases specifically when a person had been charged with a crime. Following his testimony, as well as the testimony of numerous others, the committee voted unanimously to reinstate computerized access to this data.