Whether you are trying to find out if your spouse is cheating on you, looking into the possible wrongful death of a loved one, or anything in between, you may want to consider hiring a private investigator to help you with your situation. In North Carolina, it is important to make sure that the private investigator you entrust with your valuable information is licensed and experienced.
At the J. P. Investigative Group, we have over 25 years of investigative experience helping clients like you figure out and solve your difficult situations. We have all of the appropriate certifications and affiliations to get the job done effectively and efficiently.
The state of North Carolina requires registration with the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board with accompanying application and license fees as well as fingerprinting. The Board ensures that any person or group applying for a private investigator’s license has the proper licensing, education, and training required to engage in PI work.
The licensing board is the body which actively focuses their efforts on making sure that private investigative firms serve their customers effectively. They perform background investigations, register employees of licensed companies, conduct investigations of public complaints and compliance audits, enforce laws and rules through administrative disciplinary processes and the courts, and maintain required records.
When you decide to hire a private investigator, you will give that person or organization all of the personal information needed to complete the investigation. Trusting the PI is a big step, so it is important that you conduct plenty of research into the private investigator’s licensing and training. Be sure you see an active private investigator’s license so that you can rest assured that the PI has your best interest at heart.
The licensing board in North Carolina ensures that all private investigators and firms adhere to the regulations and rules developed with the clients’ interests at the forefront. There is a system of checks and balances which oversees the activities of private investigators, and it is critical that you hire a PI who has the proper licensing.
Being a licensed private investigator provides security for both the PI and his clients because it creates inherent trust. That way, the PI can dedicate himself to the pursuit of his clients’ concerns and give his clients peace of mind as he investigates the case.
At the J. P. Investigative Group, we have all of the appropriate licensing and are under full compliance with North Carolina law (as well as various states across the nation). We have certifications from and affiliations with the Better Business Bureau (BBB), the National Council of Investigation & Security Services (NCISS), the Private Investigators Association of Virginia (PIAVA), the South Carolina Association of Legal Investigators (SCALI), the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Educational Association (SCWCEA), Tennessee Association of Licensed Professional Investigators (TALPI), and the U.S. General Services Administration.
When you have a case that requires the knowledge, skills, and experience of a professional private investigator in North Carolina, you can trust that our PIs will focus 100% of their energy on solving your case and provide you with the highest quality service possible.
Contact our Charlotte, NC, private investigators at the J. P. Investigative Group to discuss your case. Our friendly and helpful staff is here 24/7 to talk with you, so give us a call or fill out our free investigation form.
9716 Rea Rd. #211
Charlotte, NC 28277
License Numbers | NC #003723P4, SC #1863, GA #PDC002334, FL #A2500425, MD #106-4449, NJ #9047, OH #2003006272, PA #635, TN #00001259, VA #11-4722, WV #25714, AL #592, Washington D.C. #PDB21013, DE License #14-131-A and MS (No licensed required), KY #247033, IN #PI22000001.