Friday, 19 January 2018

Michael Kazouris Succeeds Through Extensive Network of Contacts

As an instructor for the emerging generation of confidential investigators, Michael Kazouris includes the need to be a team player.  Collaboration with an array of people in a variety of fields is essential to become highly effective in security.  A wide network of contacts, experts and agencies bring a wealth of information and help to the fingertips of the successful investigator or process server.  This network is built through the interpersonal skills of the individual. 

Monday, 8 January 2018

Michael Kazouris Utilizes Many of Same Sources as Law Enforcement

Skip Tracer and Process Server Michael Kazouris may use phone number databases, credit reports, loan applications, job applications, criminal background checks, utility bills, social security and disability information and public tax records to search for his prey.   Some records require a search warrant, which he may obtain through law enforcement or licensed private investigators.  Occasionally Kazouris may trace a third party when searching for his ‘skip’, especially if locating the third party will lead to his target.

Michael Kazouris believes honesty is an important aspect of process serving.  Honesty brings peace of mind, promotes trust and earns respect.  Although Kazouris recognizes the place social media plays in growing business, he also believes that it is one of the biggest distractions and delays work.   Honesty in the use of social media, temperance in regulating one’s behavior and cultivating trust through one’s actions are of paramount importance to one of Kazouris’ high standards of conduct.  Kazouris establishes goals and allows those goals to organize his actions and behavior.  He also counts on effective communication to carry him through.   

Saturday, 23 December 2017

Michael Kazouris Values Origins of the Process Server

Michael Kazouris has been appointed as a Process Server for Hillsborough County and the Pinellas and Pasco Sheriffs’ Offices in Florida since 2010.  In simple terms, a process server is usually a sheriff or a appointed individual who serves various legal documents including writs, and subpoenas.  

 The service of due process is a privilege established by the U.S. Constitution, which ensures that all citizens of the U.S. hold the right to be informed of their summons as established by the Fifth and Sixth Amendments.  Process servers were originally intended to act as a messenger system which was charged with serving individuals, through due process of law, notice of the legal issue which they are involved in.  As cities grew larger in the country, the local sheriff of the county was no longer able to handle the work load, and the job of process server came about.

Thursday, 14 December 2017

Michael Kazouris: U.S. Security Associates

In 2009, Michael Kazouris worked for U.S. Security Associates. As the loss prevention specialist for the company, he worked to control the inventory of the store through plainclothes surveillance. He used his experience as a public safety officer to detain individuals suspected of shoplifting. He was required to write incident reports on a daily basis while collaborating with store managers and law enforcement.

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Michael Kazouris: Florida Metropolitan University

Michael Kazouris is a process server and private investigator appointed by the Pinellas and Pasco Sheriff’s Offices and the Chief Judicial Judge of Hillsborough County in Florida. In 2001, he enrolled at Florida Metropolitan University where he completed courses in public safety. The information he learned during the courses was used in his position as a public safety officer. 

Friday, 1 December 2017

Michael Kazouris: Process Server with High Ethical Standards

For the last seven years, Michael Kazouris has been serving several Florida counties as a process server. He is responsible for ensuring that the court cases and proceedings within these counties happen within an impartial and fair legal structure. He is charged with handling critical legal documents and ensuring they are served to the right people and on time. 

Process servers often face ethical and moral dilemmas that must be dealt with accordingly. Michael Kazouris’ extensive experience as a public safety officer and security supervisor has provided him with the necessary skills to deal with these situations ethically. He takes his role as a process server seriously and strives to continue to ensure he handles each case with the utmost care and discretion. He is also a private investigator who assists individuals find the answers they are looking for and the justice they deserve.