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Investigative Background Expert Tad Camp Discusses Online and Personal Safety with Safer Dates

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Tad Camp is a highly trained, former Law Enforcement Officer/Detective. Mr. Camp has an outstanding investigative background with expertise in both overt and covert investigations. Mr. Camp served as Acting Chief of Police for a Police Department in Ohio before relocating to Florida. He was elected to the American Police Officer Hall of Fame, Police Legion of the Purple Heart for in the line of duty injuries sustained while serving the citizens of Pinellas County, Florida. With hundreds of cases under his belt, Mr. Camp has left Law Enforcement and is now providing the same level of professional investigations to the public. Mr. Camp’s clients include celebrities, foreign dignitaries, world-wide religious organizations, international corporations and financial institutions. Mr. Camp has consulted for agencies across the nation and a well known national television show dealing with investigations. He has quickly become one of the best known investigators in the private arena. Mr. Camp has been published in PI Magazine and serves on SaferDates.com Team of Experts as the Online Safety & Security Expert. He is also the President of True Tracker Pro, LLC; a company which sells personal tracking devices for child safety and recovery. Mr. Camp is the founder and Executive Director of the Tiponi Foundation, an organization that provides services to victims of abduction and sexual abuse and their family members, the foundation also provides educational information to other organizations along with a variety of other services. Mr. Camp has designed a comprehensive child identification system based on the information he uses to locate missing and abducted children. This system is designed to aid Law Enforcement and others in the search for missing children. This identification has been praised by child advocates across the nation.