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Books, movies and TV portray the image of the stereotypical action oriented private investigator: car chases, gunfights, and explosions. Just how much of the P.I. lore is really true? Essentially, private investigators are people who are paid to gather facts. Quite a number of private investigators are retired or ex-government employees, such as Police, FBI, CIA, Armed Services or other agencies. Unlike police detectives, they usually work for private citizens or businesses rather than for the government. Although they help solve crimes, they are not law-enforcement officials. Their job is to collect information, trace debtors, and deliver summons, subpoenas, and other legal documents. Most jurisdictions require a P.I. to be licensed and they may or may not carry firearms. Investigators use public & private records to gather background and other information. Sometimes the requirement may be to locate assets or people, these cases the investigator may use extensive technology to locate such data. Many investigators spend long and irregular hours doing surveillance or monitoring to obtain visual, audio or other documented proof for their clients.

Some investigators can also provide electronic surveillance & countermeasures such as anti-spy devices, GPS locators and other technology. Investigators may also be able to acquire forensic evidence for clients; this includes using biological labs, computer sciences and other tracing and recovery methods. Other areas of expertise may be anti-fraud work, property protection, anti-piracy and due diligence investigations.


A private investigator finds information proving infidelity, this information can be used to facilitate positive rather than negative change in your relationship. Recognize that rebuilding trust takes time and will not happen overnight. If both parties are committed to the relationship, with time and patience, you may have a chance to make the relationship work. If the relationship is clearly over, knowing the truth can expedite the separation process. Our goal is to provide information to you the client with the hope that you use it to make positive changes in your life. For further help click on this relationship tab and contact us.


*Background Checks: Most background searches have a specific goal:

  • Prenuptial Investigations
  • Pre-Employment Screening.
  • Business Partnerships.
  • Tenant Checks.
  • Medical Malpractice Suits
  • Child Care/Nanny

Some of the Background Data may include:

  • Criminal Records
  • Employment History
  • Educational History
  • Military Records
  • Court Records
  • Litigation History
  • Credit Reports
  • Liens Judgments
  • Garnishments

T & T Investigations, LLC is a licensed, bonded and insured company you can Trust!  

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