Our Private Investigators are former law enforcement officers with over 40 years of investigative experience. We have convenient locations in Louisville, Kentucky and Jeffersonville, Indiana. We will provide a free initial consultation to discuss your case in a strictly confidential manner.
We provide a free initial consultation to discuss your case in a strictly confidential manner.
We advise you to beware of Private Investigative Agencies in Louisville KY that meet you in public places because no reputable agency would discuss your delicate or private matters in public. Additionally, we strongly encourage you to verify with the BBB any Private Investigator before you hire them. Commonwealth Investigative Agency of Louisville KY is licensed in Kentucky #KY PI 0050 and Indiana #PI20700128 and is bonded and insured. Commonwealth Investigative Agency of Louisville has been an active member of the BBB since 1986 and maintains an A+ rating. Commonwealth Investigative Agency of Louisville has an attorney on staff for legal advice.
Some companies in Louisville claim to be Private Detectives or Private Investigators, but lack the experience and knowledge required to be successful in getting the results for clients. Trust the private investigator professionals at Commonwealth Investigative Agency of Louisville KY.
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We conduct all types of surveillance and provide our clients with a written report. Our private investigators are all former law enforcement officers and will go to court to testify for you when necessary. We provide surveillance for infidelity, child custody cases, businesses, workman’s comp. and insurance cases.
You deserve to know more than what is on the surface. Whether you have suspicions you need confirmed or just want to make sure you have not missed any details, you can count on us to obtain the answers you seek. We have experience helping Louisville residents discover and document important facts for personal and business use.
We have convenient locations in both Louisville, Kentucky and Jeffersonville, Indiana.