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Daytona Beach Private Investigator Authors Book Chapter
Harvey E. Morse, authored a chapter in the book, “Advanced Private Investigation,” on locating missing heirs. Mr. Morse’s family has continuously served the legal community since 1939, helping to locate missing and unknown heirs.
This manual is prepared by the country’s leading investigators who belong to an organization known as INTELLENET. Mr. Morse’s chapter appears in the advanced edition; however there is also a basic edition which is available. The series can be obtained at www.CCTHOMAS.com, together with other similar writings. ISBN: 978-0-398-08652-
A excerpt from the book, "...there are two types of genealogists:
Harvey served as Chair of the State of Florida’s Licensing Board known as the Private Security Advisory Council for ten consecutive years, as appointed by the Secretary of State, which regulates all private investigators, polygraph operators, security officers, armed guards and repossessors. Additionally, Morse is a fully certified and sworn Florida law enforcement officer having graduated first in his class at the police academy, many years ago.
Harvey says that it is an honor and a privilege to share his many years of research and investigative skills with the profession as he is a firm believer in ongoing education and training. investigative profession, contributed to the progression and furtherance of investigative standards, educational training, industry standards and professional ethics.
Harvey E. Morse, P.A. can be found online at http://www.findanheir.com
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As one of the nation's most experienced genealogical research firms, HARVEY E. MORSE, P.A. earned its reputation by digging deeper and prying harder. Through state-of-the-