Investigators Alliance of Maryland (P.I.A.M.) was
formed in 1994 by a group of professionals who had
common interests, goals and needs, just like
you. The purposes of the Alliance included
but were not limited to:
- Advancing the profession
of certified investigators
- Representing the
profession before the legislature
- Promulgating policies and
- Endeavoring to eliminate
unreliable, incompetent and unlicensed
individuals in the profession, and to promote
and maintain the highest ethical standards
- Offering resources for
P.I.A.M represents you and your
interests in the investigative industry in the
State of Maryland. There are troubling
consequences of new laws and proposed legislation
that threaten to cripple our industry.
P.I.A.M. just might be the answer to helping you
maintain your business and become more successful
through education, information and networking.
November 17, 2010 Awards Dinner
As another year draws to a close, Professional Investigators Alliance of Maryland recognized Officers, Speakers and our Legislative Consultant.
PIAM VP William Leighton presents an award to our President for his commitment as PIAM President from 2009 through 2010.
PIAM President presents an award to Lynn Levy for her commitment as “Acting” Treasurer and “Acting” for about anything else the association needed over the course of the past 2 years.
Janis Kramer, Legislative Consultant/Lobbyist, receives recognition for her dedication to PIAM Legislative concerns.
Piam Secretary, Jeff Croissette, receives recognition for his contributions throughout 2009 – 2010
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Director, Troy Blades, receives recognition for his legislative support and efforts in our continued pursuit of the MVA Photo Imaging Bill throughout 2009-2010
Throughout the year, PIAM seeks out speakers to provide Business/Industry Information helpful to members in attendance at our meetings. Often these are our own members sharing investigative secrets or business tips that have helped make their business successful. Sometimes we go outside our industry in search of business topics helpful to everyone. Listed below are two of those speakers that provided interesting and unique perspectives on the IRS and Tax issues.
PIAM VP, William Leighton “Tracks Down” Retired IRS Agent William Spitzgo at his North Carolina home, to present him with an Appreciation Award for his very insightful presentation given to PIAM members on 1/20/2010
PIAM VP, William Leighton “Tracks Down” Kevin Slack, CPA, and Partner of Benedict and Slack, CPA’s, at his Ellicott City, MD office, to present him with an Appreciation Award for his presentation of invaluable tax tips, given to PIAM members on 3/24/2010