How dangerous is it to shake hands when you’re a Private Investigator?

If you’re thinking about shaking hands with a (potentially) bad guy, you need to be prepared for the worst. So what can you do that keeps the person at ease while still preserving your safety?

Here’s a my tip for you… try a “fist bump” or even an elbow bump!

I came up with this solution while working on the streets and it served me well. I mean if you’ve got a problem on the streets, you might as well learn a street smart solution!

If you have another idea on how to solve this problem, please post a comment.

Let me know if you have a question you’d like me to answer in one of my weekly videos.

Stay Safe and Streetwise,
-Larry-
Larry Kaye, P.I.

P.S. – Don’t miss my special report titled… If You Want To Be a Private Investigator Give Up… Unless You Do These Three Things. You can get it on the home page of my blog.

2 thoughts on “How dangerous is it to shake hands when you’re a Private Investigator?

  1. I live in my and worked for insurance company for 15 years as an investigator. One day they closed business and few years back I took the nys investigator exam and passed it (now I think it is expired). But nys refused to give me license mentioning that I do not proof of survillance exprience. They wanted my insurance company to provide the information and details on surveillance investigation. But my insurance company refuse provide, since all the supervisors and record are not available. So that made to stop persueing. New York has strict rules. My question is how to get a license here in NYC with this problem.

    • Raja,

      The only thing I can think of is maybe (and it’s a long shot), they will accept a signed, sworn affidavit from you listing the experience you have.

      I hope that’s helpful.

      Peace,
      -Larry-
      John 14:21

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