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Without A Trace Investigations, LLC licensed, bonded, and insured private investigation agency providing investigative and consulting services in New Jersey. We specialize in social media related investigations, including cybercrime, cyberbullying, sexting, and other social networking issues. We provide consulting services relevant to current social media trends and recommendations based on current regulations and school based polices. …


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CYBERCRIME SERVICES

Cyberbullying, Sexting, Texting, etc.
>> Social Networking (i.e. Facebook/ Myspace, etc.
>> Internet Safety, Chat/IM blocking and tracking
>> Sexual Predator Awareness
>> Identity Theft
>> Cell Phones, PDA, Computer and IPad

INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES

Background Checks
>> Due Diligence
>> Still and Video Surveillance
>> Insurance and Attorney Services
>> Matrimonial and Infidelity

DIRECTOR OF INVESTIGATIONS

PARENTS SHOULD CHECK WITH THEIR LOCAL SCHOOLS AND GUIDANCE DEPARTMENTS FOR CURRENT AND UPDATED POLICY ON CYBER-BULLYING, SEXTING AND SUBSEQUENT ISSUES.


UPCOMING EVENT

Melissa Straub to speak at the New Jersey Juvenile Officer’s Association, 2012 Annual Conference on May 31st, 2012.

CYBERBULLYING AND SEXTING: CURRENT LAWS AND ISSUES WITHIN THE SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES” [Click Here For Schedule Info.]

Presented by: Melissa Straub Program Director of the Cyber Law Enforcement Officer Division of WiredSafety.org

INFORMATIONAL LINKS

New Jersey’s Anti-Bullying Law Takes Effect As Students Return To School. [Read More…]

NJ Law Makes Juvenile Sexting An Educational Issue Not A Crime [Read More…]

US Schools and US Constitution [Read More…]

Gov. Christie signs legislation creating $1M anti-bullying fund [Read More…]


NEWSWORTHY

Newsworthy

Cybercrime & Other Issues You Need To Know About!

Did You Know………

>> 20 percent of teens have engaged in cyberbullying behaviors, including posting mean or hurtful information or embarrassing pictures, spreading rumors, publicizing private communications, sending anonymous e-mails or cyberpranking someone. (Harris Interactive-McAfee 10/2008)

>> 32 percent of teens clear the browser history to hide what they do online from their parents. (Harris Interactive-McAfee 10/2008)

>>16 percent have created private e-mail addresses or social networking profiles to hide what they do online from their parents. (Harris Interactive-McAfee 10/2008) [Read More…]

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