Book it: PI firm turns pages of prosperity

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 Confidential Investigations is led by Erin Jenkins, left, president and a senior investigator, and Phillip Thompson, vice president. (Press photo/JEROME A. POLLOS)

You can’t help but do a double-take when you see the book cover at Hastings.

“The Private Dick Diaries” title jumps out at you. Written by CJ Vertefeuille based on interviews with Erin Jenkins and Phil Thompson of Confidential Investigations in Hayden, the book is one of the most talked-about local titles. And that’s appropriate, because Confidential Investigations is perhaps the region’s most talked-about private eye firm.

NIBJ recently sat down with Erin Jenkins, president of the 15-year-old company, and Phil Thompson, vice president of Confidential Investigations, to see what makes a business like that tick.

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