Tools of the Investigation Trade
Meticulous Work is Mission Critical!
Good detective work requires one to pay close attention to detail and keep good notes. Sometimes the slightest clue can break a case. A close examination of available physical evidence can be a good starting point in an investigation. In this photo Frank is thoroughly examining a piece of wreckage from the 1993 Presidential helicopter crash.
Franklin C. Owens
for the 21st Century!!!
National Security Detective Agency (NSDA) is not just another high-tech detective agency for business and individuals. This elite organization performs a full range of professional services in both criminal and civil court cases. NSDA also guarantees detailed attention to its clientele’s difficult and diversified cases and supplies a solution to their problem.
To accomplish this, the Agency takes advantage of new technology by using high-speed modern computers for cases that require quick, wide-range global inquires into government records, which are completely confidential. Computer technology has revolutionized the investigative field. Although the Agency also uses established time-proven techniques, including overt and covert surveillance methods, computers are used extensively to process data collected from traditional weapons.
Information stored in a computer database can be retrieved and manipulated in a variety ways that exposes patterns or links were previously hidden. By utilizing the computer generated information, the traditional methods are enhanced… allowing better targeting of resources thereby saving the Agency and its clients time and money.
NSDA not only uses its own experienced investigators, but also utilizes other investigators and specialists (such polygraph and arson investigators) worldwide. Over the years, Frank Owens — Director of NSDA, has personally investigated and solved homicides and serious crimes that have been featured nationwide on television, radio, and appeared in various newspaper and magazine articles. His investigations have also included archeological and historical high profile cases that have led to the preservation of important historical sites in the state of Maryland.
During this presentation, Frank will share some of the secrets he has uncovered in current investigations dealing with TWA Flight 800, the Maryland spy ring, the 1993 Presidential helicopter crash, and the Ron Brown case. He will familiarize you with some basic methods that anyone doing an investigation needs to know. Finally, he will offer some advice on what you can do to help make an investigator’s case move faster and easier should you find yourself in a position where you ever need to hire one.