Private Investigator Associations

Private Investigator Associations Florida

The Grafton Group is affiliated with the professions leading private investigator associations, at both the state and national levels. Our firm is also a proud member of several highly respected international trade organizations as well as single focused organizations like that of; arson investigations, insurance fraud and electronic forensics to name a few.

  • California Association of Licensed Investigators
    CALI’s goals are to advance the investigation and security profession through education and legislation. The Association has a full time lobbyist in Sacramento and partners with the National Council of Investigation and Security Services in Washington D.C. to support their legislative efforts.

  • Florida Association of Licensed Investigators
    FALI’s has served as the leading advocate for professional investigators and licensed agencies throughout the State of Florida. Their commitment to professional conduct, ethics and education is the foundation of our organization.

  • National Association of Legal Investigators
    NALI was formed in 1967 for legal investigators actively engaged in negligence investigations for the plaintiff and/or criminal defense. These investigators may be employed by law firms, public defenders or private investigative agencies.

  • National Investigators and Security Services
    NCISS’s primary focus is to monitor national legislative and regulatory activities affecting the investigation and security industry. A substantial part of the Council’s activities shall be to assist, advise, inform and influence legislation

  • Texas Association of Licensed Investigators
    TALI is a Texas non-profit corporation and association for professional licensed investigators. Founded in 1971, TALI is steeped in history and continues to be the pace-setter for the private investigation industry. With more than 600 members world-wide TALI is dedicated to raising professionalism in the field of private investigations through continuing education, public awareness, advanced certification, networking and legislative involvement.

  • The Criminal Defense Investigation Training Council
    CDITC was established to encourage a dialogue among professionals and scholars involved in various aspects of criminal defense investigation. The Council exists as an open forum in which investigative philosophy, methodology, education, and principles of ethical inquiry can be considered via academic training programs, discussions, debate, and writings. The Council is actively pursuing the goals of professional competence and academic excellence via the Board Certified Criminal Defense Investigator program and the Training Accreditation Program.