The Jacobs Group
We are the most effective private investigation company in Nashville, Tennessee. Our private investigators have been trained by various organizations including
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI)
The American Educational Institute (AEI)
If you need a private investigator in Nashville, Tennessee or in the Middle Tennessee area please contact The Jacobs Group for a professional and strictly confidential meeting at one of our offices.
The bottom line is dedicated professionalism. When this principle is applied to investigative services, positive results can be expected. The Jacobs Group promises to value every case and devote all our resources while obtaining the factual resolution.
Typically, The Jacobs Group investigates cases that are not currently under active investigation by law enforcement, but on occasion, law enforcement officials allow concurrent investigations. The gathering of facts and information without favor or prejudice are the benchmarks we use while investigating matters for our clients.
Frequently Asked Questions
When contacting an investigator, if discretion is important, you should make sure that you are not using an email or a phone number that you share with others. Additionally, if you are emailing or leaving a voice-mail you should give explicit instructions as to when you would like your message returned.
Law firms, corporations, insurance companies, private parties and entities not involved with the government or police all have reasons to procure the services of a private investigator.
It is important you perform your due diligence before hiring a company. You should do the following: ask for and check references, obtain their license number and check with the state licensing board to make sure they are current and have no complaints. It may also be a good idea to check for complaints with the local Better Business Bureau.
A private investigator — also known as a PI, Private Detective or Private Eye — is someone that is hired to undertake an investigation. Most states require PIs to be trained and licensed. Investigators often have a law enforcement and/or a military background.