Mr. Scigalski appeared on NBC 5 News in an interview by Allison Rosati to discuss keeping your children safe in the summer. Mr. Scigalski is a member of Team Adam with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (www.missingkids.com). Tips include checking your neigborhood for child predators, having your child always take a friend with when playing or walking, and never let your child use a public restroom alone.
Mr. Flosi appeared on Chicago Tonight on WTTW 11 TV to discuss behind the scenes of wire taps. The interview followed the arrest of Illinois Governor Blagojevich and covered what is required to authorize wire taps or bugs, minimization meetings, and detecting bugs.
2-5-2008 • Bob Scigalski quoted in Chicago Tribune
Mr. Scigalski was interviewed by Chicago Tribune for their "Slayings Bring Back Brown's Memories" article. As Mr. Scigalski, a former FBI profiler, actively participated in the Brown's investigation, the interview drew similiarities between the Brown's Chicken massacre investigation in Palatine, Illinois to the recent Lane Bryant clothing store murders in Tinley Park, Illinois.
6-17-2007 • Lee Flosi quoted in Chicago Tribune
Mr. Flosi was interviewed by Chicago Tribune for their "Mob Secrets Go on Trial" article. "This ranks up there with the great cases ... based on the number of people and the high-profile crimes involved," said Lee Flosi, a former FBI agent who was the supervisor of Chicago's organized crime task force in the early 1990s.
10-30-2006 • Bob Scigalski interviewed by Crains Chicago
Mr. Scigalski was interviewed by Crains Chicago Business for their "Snoops in the Cubicles" article. The interview followed a number of corporate scandals, starting with the collapse of Enron Corp in 2002. In addition to discussing the benefits of using a professional investigations firm it highlights the need to perform "reputational due diligence" to confirm reputations of potential business partners.