Licensed Private Investigator

Lic # 1728333

ABOUT

Sterling Investigative Services, LLC is a veteran-owned business that is licensed, bonded & insured! A private investigator who is professional, ethical & provides confidential investigations for each client. As well as ensuring effective communication for every client during the entire investigative process.

I am a licensed private investigator who is very passionate about investigations, criminal justice, and law enforcement. 

With 21 years of law enforcement, while serving as a Military Police Officer in the United States Army.

I worked with the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command [CID] Drug Suppression Team [DST]. Performing tasks such as conducting surveillance, collecting evidence and interviewing (suspects, witnesses or victims.)

During my last military assignment, I was a First Sergeant for a Military Police company. I supervised many sections including Military Police Investigations (MPI), Special Reaction Team (SRT), Physical Security, K9, Road Patrols & Dispatchers. I routinely worked with law enforcement agencies on the local, state, federal levels as well as performing law enforcement duties in different counties such as Saudi Arabia, Germany, and Korea. 

I am very passionate about law enforcement, criminal justice, and investigations. I earned a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice, a Private Investigations Certificate, and have also taught Criminal Justice at a community college for two years (2016-2018). I  mentored many students’ who now work in different law enforcement careers throughout the Phoenix valley. I bring a high degree of professionalism, personal standards, and an outstanding work ethic. I will assist you in all of your investigative needs. I look forward to becoming your private investigator.

WHY CHOOSE STERLING INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES?

There are many reasons why a person or business may need to hire a private investigator. People have often described me as a professional, honest, trustworthy, ethical and effective communicator. These are just some of the traits that you can expect when you hire me as your private investigator. I understand that it is not about me, it’s about you and how can I assist you? I want to ensure your investigative needs are met.

Some examples may include, conducting surveillance regarding infidelity or fraudulent workers’ compensation claims. Also, performing background checks, and conducting interviews for insurance companies. I am very passionate about conducting investigations.

My passion and experience in law enforcement and criminal justice is the main reason why I decided to start Sterling Investigation Services, LLC. Upon completion of my military service, I still wanted to get back into investigations and help people. Even as a kid I have always helped people and this still holds true today. These are some of the reasons why you should hire me as your private investigator.

WHY DO PEOPLE HIRE PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS?

Here are a few examples of why someone may choose to hire a Private Investigator. 

  • Conducting background searches. Private Investigators often perform background checks for law firms, individuals, and insurance companies, etc. Private Investigators can also verify reference checks, conduct interviews, and search public records. 
  • Private investigators locate people for a variety of reasons: such as a distant relative, military friend, adoptees, birth parents, or want to check the background of a new boy or girlfriend. 
  • Insurance companies may use a PI to investigate insurance fraud such as a workers’ compensation claim. An example of this may include observing the worker see if he/she is violating their medical restrictions. An example may be, a person with a bad back, but lifting heavy bags of groceries and carrying them to their car.

FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION

Before initiating any investigation, it will be beneficial to conduct a consultation. The consultation will be primarily geared towards gathering information to assist you to develop a plan for your investigative needs. This will be a free discreet and confidential consultation.

PRIMARY AREAS OF INVESTIGATION

BACKGROUND CHECKS

Background checks could mean different things for different people. Such as assisting attorneys by conducting criminal searches or obtaining court documents to help strengthen their case. Conducting asset searches for clients or a renter who may be interested in taking on a new tenant. These are some examples of different types of background checks. I will meet with each client and discuss the overall goals of the background check while obtaining detailed information to make your goals a reality.

SURVEILLANCE

One of the many duties that a private investigator does is surveillance. Private Investigators conduct surveillance for different reasons and there are different types of surveillance. Most people picture a private investigator sitting in a vehicle with a long-lensed camera, that is not always the case. Some of the types of surveillance are Overt/covert, vehicle/mobile, or stationary/foot surveillance. When I meet with a potential client, I will explain the differences between each one and which one will be fit your investigative needs.

CONDUCTING INTERVIEWS

There are many reasons why a private investigator may conduct an interview. But first I will explain what an interview is. An interview is nothing more than gathering facts and information which may be used as evidence. Private investigators can conduct interviews on numerous people, such as; witnesses, suspects, victims, plaintiffs, defendants, or even expert witnesses. These are just some reasons why a private investigator would conduct an interview.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

ARIZONA STALKING LAWS

I always suggest to the client to look up Arizona Revised Statutes section 13-2923, the law that governs stalking in the State of Arizona. This statute will give the definition of stalking, explain the punishment and classification as well as explain the penalty for repeat offenses, and arrest or restraining order specifically authorized by the statute. I tell every client, that I am not an attorney, but I don’t want to see them get into trouble because they broke the law. In most cases, clients often get caught up in their emotions, that they never considered that they may be breaking the law in some way. This is often talked about and explained during the initial consultation.

MEDIATION; PRIVILEGED

COMMUNICATIONS

Arizona Revised Statutes Title 12. Courts and Civil Proceedings § 12-2238. Mediation; privileged communications; exceptions; liability.

A. Before or after the filing of a complaint, mediation may occur pursuant to law, a court order or a voluntary decision of the parties.

B. The mediation process is confidential. Communications made, materials created for or used and acts occurring during a mediation are confidential and may not be discovered or admitted into evidence unless one of the following exceptions is met:

  1. All of the parties to the mediation agree to the disclosure.
  2. The communication, material or act is relevant to a claim or defense made by a party to the mediation against the mediator or the mediation program arising out of a breach of a legal obligation owed by the mediator to the party.
  3. The disclosure is required by statute.
  4. The disclosure is necessary to enforce an agreement to mediate.
  5. The disclosure is made in a report to a law enforcement officer, the department of child safety or adult protective services by a court appointed mediator who reasonably believes that a minor or vulnerable adult is or has been a victim of abuse, child abuse, neglect, exploitation, physical injury or a reportable offense.

 

ARIZONA REVISED STATUES

     Arizona Revised Statues has a lot of information regarding, domestic violence. Here is some information on the justification of domestic violence. According to A.R.S. 13-415. Justification; domestic violence – If there have been past acts of domestic violence as defined in section 13-3601, subsection A against the defendant by the victim, the state of mind of a reasonable person under sections 13-404, 13-405 and 13-406 shall be determined from the perspective of a reasonable person who has been a victim of those past acts of domestic violence.