Author Archives: Jack Kelley

About Jack Kelley

I am a private investigator with over 40 years experience in security and investigations through employment within the government, corporate and private communities. I have been conducting private investigations in Kansas for over 17 years, providing investigative support to attorneys, corporations and private individuals.

More Illegal Activity Requests

It seems many people’s beliefs are based on what they have seen on drama series on television.  I say this because during my early years as a private investigator, I would get calls from prospective clients wanting to know how … Continue reading

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Requests to Perform Illegal Activities – Recording Conversations

I often receive phone calls to perform illegal activities.  In some instances the requester does not know the activity is illegal and in some cases they don’t care.  One of the more common requests is to surreptitiously place a recording … Continue reading

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Domestic Requests (Surveillance)

Many calls I receive are requests for surveillance on spouses.  In most cases, the requesting party has not yet consulted an attorney.  They want me to follow their spouse to see if he/she is cheating on them.  I generally refer … Continue reading

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Refusal to Accept Copies of Service

Per K.S.A. Chapter 60-303 (d) (4) – In all cases when the person to be served, or an agent authorized by the person to accept service of process, refuses to receive copies thereof, the offer of the duly authorized process … Continue reading

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Service of Process by Kansas Licensed Private Detectives

Service of process of legal papers originating in Kansas courts can be served by Kansas Licensed Private Detectives without the detective needing to be appointed by a judge.  Per K.S.A. Chapter 60-303 (d) (3) – Service, levy and execution of … Continue reading

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