About Me...

I'm an ordinary man who has made his own mistakes in the past and only wants to work toward helping those who otherwise can't help themselves. As a former police officer, I use my knowledge of surveillance techniques to assist people who need someone of my skill sets.

My sole weakness...

... I have personally witnessed the pain and psychological damage caused by child predation. Having witnessed this has softened me and focused my devotion on preventing these attacks before they can happen.


I've been thinking recently about the intersection of my work life and personal life. You might say that I'm a workaholic. It definitely wasn't something that happened overnight, but it's made me the private investigator I am today.

There was an instance, back when I used to work as an officer, where we received an anonymous tip alerting us to a potential predator working out of an apartment building in the slums. We were assigned in shifts to watch the building. I drew the short straw and got stuck watching the building from midnight to six AM.

After three days of watching, we were almost certain that the tip was a fake. However, we decided to continue observing the house for another 24 hours to be certain. It was on that fourth night, at three in the morning, that I spotted a man entering the house with a twelve-year-old boy.

This was reasonable suspicion, and the force quickly assembled to break into the apartment. As it turns out, the apartment was being used by pedophiles to manufacture child pornography; they had been doing this for almost three months before being shut down by the law.

It was after that case that I realized the importance of applying myself to a case at all hours, even those inconvenient or uncomfortable. As an officer, you're never really off-the-clock.

The same goes for a PI.

My Perspective

I love working as a private investigator and I have been doing it for nearly six years. Before that, I worked as a police officer. My experience in the force has led me to approach my investigations with a different set of expectations and experiences than many of the other people in my field. Most importantly, I try to approach each investigation with a strong sense of ethics which help to guide my actions.

I’m sometimes asked if I miss my time as an officer. The answer is one I grapple with, but it’s hard to deny: I miss it every day. Six years later I’m still atoning for the sins that caused me to leave the force. Six years later I'm protecting corporations from fraud and helping children avoid predation. I could say life is good, but I'm sure everyone has regrets and I am not immune to them either.