Erlanger, KY, July 19, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- The Kentucky Society of Professional Investigators (KSPI) names PI Magazine – the journal for professional investigators – as the organization’s official publication.
As the leading trade publication for the investigative profession, PI Magazine provides private investigators, private detectives, law enforcement detectives and related investigative professionals with the most up-to-date information including techniques and technology in the investigative field.
The association between KSPI and PI Magazine ties together two well recognized organizations that share a single goal, a commitment to sharing valuable information. PI Magazine editor-in-chief Jimmie Mesis commented, “When you have two organizations both focused on education and promoting professionalism within the investigative community, it seems like a logical progression that will ultimately benefit all in the investigative profession.”
The Kentucky Society of Professional Investigators, http://www.kspi.org formed in 2005 to cultivate and advance knowledge of the science and techniques of professional investigation. KSPI Executive Director Tom Loos, Sr. added, “As an organization we’re trying to develop a network where our members can spread their ideas and knowledge. We believe this partnership will help us further that goal.”
KSPI joins the United States Association of Professional Investigators - USAPI and the World Association of Private Investigators - WAPI as organizations to also name PI Magazine their official publication.
PI Magazine is the only international trade magazine and the most up-to-date resource of information and technology for private investigators and law enforcement detectives with more than 30,000 readers from 22 countries. For more information, call PI Magazine at 1-800-836-3088 or visit the PI Magazine Web site at http://www.pimagazine.com