n modern society, the forces of law enforcement don't always get their man.
In most cities, for most crimes, clearance rates (the amount of cases opened versus cases where charges are brought) are abysmal. Even murder is solved often only 60% of the time. Police forces, even at the state level or even for national agencies like the US's FBI, don't have enough resources to investigate every case. And more cases than anyone likes to admit go cold, to boot.
That's where a firm like Eagle Investigations steps in. Performing private investigations, freelance security, consulting with government agencies, and other sorts of security work both famous and not-so-famous, Eagle Investigations might just be able...to crack the case. To find the missing person. To protect against terrorist threats.
To save lives and protect lives. And make a buck too, while they're at it, because this sort of skill doesn't come cheap at all.
Eagle Investigations is a free-form role-playing game played via forums about the modern-day (RL world) men and women that work at a world-renowned private investigations and freelance security firm, headquartered in Park City, Utah and operating worldwide.
Eagle Investigations does everything from private investigations, to bounty hunting, to personal security and corporate security, VIP security, witness protection, search and rescue, surveillance, undercover work, cold case investigations, repossession, location of witnesses, victim's advocate work, locating witnesses, computer and Internet crimes, background checks, drug and narcotics investigations, self-defense training, weapons training, and anti-terrorism.
We have virtually every position available you could ask for, at the moment, in all areas of specialization. We even have positions open for a receptionist, an office manager, a victim's advocate, and other typically-unsung and unheralded roles.
To take a look at our forums, look at http://eagleinvestigations.createaforum.com/index.php; to join, look for the blank character sheet in the character biographies section, fill it out, and send it in to our admin by private message, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Played the game? You can send me comments to be placed on this page by writing email@example.com. But don't write me attempting to join the game -- write the GM, whose address is above.
Are you the GM? You can update your listing by writing firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have something new to say about your game, for example an opening for new players, you can create an announcement for your game.
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