Category: Fraud Investigations

A Nation Wide Investigative Collective

The Citizens Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is one enterprise in a collective of many common-focused citizen investigative & research advocacy organizations. Each has a particular niche ranging from legislating for basic victim rights, to eradicating elder exploitation, child abuse, domestic violence, bullying, sexual harassment,  and civil rights offences. Many in these nonprofits also realize the importance of exposing the systemic failures rampant in the adversarial civil court system that often places a preferred value on the rights of the perpetrator or allowing the illicit maneuvering of their counsel.  The same challenges endemic to white-collar corruption.

When these matters are reported by those trying to aid the victim they are consistently told these are weighed as civil matters and cannot be policed by law enforcement, therefor they must retain an attorney. A costly endeavor. To add insult to injury these societal plagues are often compounded exponentially by the legal professions failure to self-regulate despite its own mandates to do so. The legal community’s failure to police itself as defined by ABA Model Rule 8.3 sets the stage to repeatedly victimize the very persons whom seek its refuge. The same profession that is supposed to champion justice, victim rights, federal acts, statutory and constitutional laws repeatedly fails to do so and is therefor at odds with itself.  This leaves a deep and broad societal chasm that has created an increasingly audible public outcry.


Citizen’s Bureau of Investigation (CBI) & The Citizen’s Public Safety Network (CPSN).

Our mission is to facilitate and promote Citizen to Citizen public safety reporting, investigative technology, researchinvestigations, education and perpetrator behavior alerts of those whom present a public safety risk by their repeated exploitation of vulnerable persons. Premeditated exploitation of persons & their property are crimes that negatively effect all taxpaying citizens and entire communities; especially the elderly, those with disabilities, children, victims of domestic violence, bullying, harassment, person crimes as well as fraud, negligence, exploitation, malpractice, business, professional and facility violations. We provide resources to enable public aegis to those whom have had their civil and inalienable human rights violated — A voice for all persons whom are constitutionally protected under Federal Acts, State Statutes, Municipal Codes, Occupational License Ethics and Industry Regulations.

CPSN works with programmers to develop leading-edge data-gathering applications focused on tracking, profiling and comparing repeating perpetrator patterns. The software was designed to aggregate factual events, compare them with statutory code and forecast vulnerable person abuse, exploitation & negligence trends. Moreover, the applications have many additional educational features. The following PDF whitepapers explain in greater detail.

Citizen Investigations


Genesis of Citizen to Citizen Information Era, Evidence Sharing & Collective Reporting of Repeating Fraud Patterns & Perpetrators.

In one example this practice of “sharing” victim stories, evidence, and litigant case documentation lead to cross-vetting of individual cases for repeating patterns of unprofessional and exploitative conduct which revealed a consistent practice of manipulation upon the court, via record concealment, contradictory motion filings and intentional court document concealment by the same court appointed officers and the vulnerable persons attorney(s). 

The documentation of these events with actual court records provided a catalyst to take the “information sharing model” further which lead to the development of  educational material and public safety technology to increase the knowledge base, identify reoccurring patterns of white-collar ethical violations, crimes and fraud upon the court. This model has proven effective and can assist others  facing the same catastrophic predicaments. Similarly, evidence sharing scenarios on regional domestic violence litigation revealed also revealed patterns of suspicious unprofessional conduct. The developers have coined this information sharing process “Citizen-to-Citizen” reporting and the integrated platform delivery system VP (vulnerable person) Task Force ™ Public Safety Tools.