Tim O'Rourke was interviewed today by Paul Jaeb on the American Private Investigator program. The show will air on November 14.
The program featured four of the leading private investigators from around the country to discuss issues, trends and privacy matters. Also discussed was the predictions for the next five years for the private investigative profession. O’Rourke is currently serving his fourth year as President of the Florida Association of Licensed Investigators (FALI). FALI, which was formed in 1994, is a non-profit organization, that serves as the leading advocate for professional private investigators and licensed agencies throughout the State of Florida.
Tim is president of The Grafton Group, which he founded with Rory J. McMahon, who serves as vice president. Both are nationally recognized private investigators who are well known throughout the profession.
Tim O'Rourke is the president of The Grafton Group. He is also currently in his fourth-term as president of the Florida Association of Licensed Investigators, the third largest state-wide association in the United State. Tim was appointed for two-terms by Florida Commissioner, Charles Bronson to serve as an advisor to PIRSAC, the State body which regulates private investigators in Florida. In 2003 he was appointed by the Division Director John Russi to assist with a post 9-11 training curriculum.