Purpose of the Blog
posted Mar 2, 2018, 7:27 AM by Ashley Garcia
AJG Private Investigative Firm LLC has updated content on their page and will continuously do so whenever possible. For this purpose, our website will hold all original posts and blog entries going forward. The table found on the Contact Us page will also be available to other pages for outside websites that AJG Private Investigative Firm LLC has approved.
posted Mar 2, 2018, 8:38 AM by Ashley Garcia
The owner of AJG Private Investigative Firm LLC (303-648-1378) is now a member of the American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers. She is in the process of reviewing their Best Practice Guide and she will complete the certification for the CET (certified electronic transcriber) in the near future.
posted Oct 25, 2018, 1:00 PM by Ashley Garcia
The owner of AJG Private Investigative Firm LLC (303-648-1378) is now in her dissertation courses meaning all of her coursework for a Ph.D. in Forensic Psychology is complete except for her dissertation. She is currently in the prospectus phase. The prospectus is an outline of a study with an annotative bibliography (Walden, 2015). She is now having her prospectus reviewed and approved by her Chair. After this step is the complete, the second committee member with review and suggests changes until it is accepted. Then the prospectus phase will be complete.
posted Mar 2, 2018, 8:33 AM by Ashley Garcia
The owner of AJG Private Investigative Firm LLC (303-648-1378) is starting her coursework for the final steps of her Ph.D. in Forensic Psychology from Walden University, the dissertation process. There are four parts to the dissertation process: premise, prospectus, proposal, and the final dissertation. In addition, Walden University has students complete an oral presentation and submit their work to ProQuest (Walden University, 2018, guidebook). Check out the blog for more information in the future.
posted Mar 2, 2018, 7:32 AM by Ashley Garcia
To keep AJG Private Investigative Firm LLC services relevant we are working toward understanding cyber security by learning more about programming and coding languages like C##, Python, and JAVA. You can track and review some of the companies progress by following: