J. Ken Gallant
Before founding Investigative Solutions LLC in 1999, Ken was a member of the US Navy and a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) for 23 years. During his FBI career, Ken was stationed in New York working in Special Operations focusing on major organized crime and white-collar investigations. In the private sector, Ken has conducted numerous major civil and criminal investigations for attorneys, corporations, and private individuals. Read more about a well-publicized 9/11 investigation conducted by Ken.
Jon is a graduate of the College of Business Administration at the University of Pittsburgh and is a licensed private investigator in NY & NJ. Jon is a member of the New Jersey Licensed Private Investigators Association and is an Insurance Fraud Certified (IFC) investigator. At Investigative Solutions, Jon’s activities focus on surveillance, background/ due diligence investigations, and witness locates.
Jon’s writings have been published in P.I. Magazine and he provided featured commentary on the private investigation industry for the David J. Rosen book, “What Is That Job and How the Hell Do I Get It.”
It is our mission to bring each and every client a discreet, confidential, and satisfactory experience, whether they need a background check for a potential employee, information to settle a corporate or domestic issue or a digital forensics investigation. No matter what your situation, Investigative Solutions has the investigators and the experience to bring you the answers you need.
We take pride in representing our client’s interests with the same professionalism, integrity, and above all discretion that we would demand of someone representing our own interests. We strive to provide all our clients with accurate, efficient, and cost-effective investigative solutions. Above all, our driving desire is to protect our client’s confidentiality and provide them with the information and answers they need.
We understand that our client’s needs are sensitive, and as such the nature of our private investigations are sensitive. We uphold the highest standards of confidentiality in the industry to insure that your interests are protected at all times, and never compromised. We maintain strict privacy standards, and only provide information to you, our client.
It is our policy that all reports, data, information, and physical and electronic recordings received by Investigative Solutions are strictly and wholly for the private and exclusive use of our clients. We also maintain the highest available levels of information security in our offices to ensure that any information we obtain stays secure and private, and away from hackers and others who may seek to exploit it.
Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation – The mission of the Society is to promote the welfare of its members, preserve the friendships and loyalties achieved while Special Agents of the FBI and to support the FBI and law enforcement as positive forces in American Society. We maintain this affiliation through our founder, J. Ken Gallant. Before he founded Investigative Solutions, Ken was a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for 23 years. During this time, Ken was stationed in the New York Special Operations office and focused on taking down white-collar criminals and fighting organized crime in the state.
NCISS – The National Council of Investigation and Security Services, Inc., is a cooperative effort of those companies and associations responsible for providing private security and investigation services to the business community, government and the public. Each day we find an increasing number of problems confronting the orderly growth of our profession. It is the role of N.C.I.S.S. to meet and solve these problems. N.C.I.S.S seeks to improve the quality of services offered by private investigators, security personnel, and others in the field, which is a cause we strongly support and agree with.
NJLPIA – The New Jersey Licensed Private Investigation Association – The NJLPIA conducts educational programs that benefit their members and employees as a mean to raise industry investigation standards in the state of New Jersey. They also seek to monitor and effect change to legislation that impacts our profession, while also fostering harmony and good will between their members, the licensing organization, and the public.
From their website: “NJLPIA was established in 1955 to promote professionalism among our licensed investigator members. Since that time, NJLPIA, through its general membership and many volunteer board members, has worked hard to increase our ranks, establish an open dialogue with our licensing body – the New Jersey State Police, promote education and training for investigators and monitor and effect change in the NJ and Federal legislatures.”
The Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential denotes proven expertise in fraud prevention, detection and deterrence. CFEs around the world help protect the global economy by uncovering fraud and implementing processes to prevent fraud from occurring in the first place. At 80,000 members, the ACFE is the largest multi-national fraud detection and prevention organization and is the premier provider of anti-fraud training to industry professionals.
From the CFE Website: “Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) membership is open to Associate members who are interested in taking their career to the next level by earning the standard of professional excellence in the anti-fraud profession. The CFE credential is increasingly being designated as a preferred credential in the hiring practices of businesses, government entities and law enforcement agencies.”