FireWatch Solutions Expands Offering with Private Investigation Services

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SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. – FireWatch Solutions, a leading risk management organization providing custom protection solutions to clients around the world, has expanded its service portfolio, now offering private investigation and process server support for meet the needs of law firms, corporations and individual clients.

FireWatch offers a suite of services under its license in the State of California (CA PI License # PI189143).

“We are excited to be able to expand our services and meet the demand for investigative operations on many levels,” said Brian von Kraus, CEO of FireWatch. “Our team of highly experienced professionals deliver results in very sensitive and discreet situations, both personally and professionally”

FireWatch is a key resource for the legal profession looking for a full range of investigative services. The FireWatch Solutions Special Investigations team understands that these investigations are often complex and multi-faceted, requiring professionals with experience and expertise. From basic basic research to sensitive surveillance, the FireWatch team handles cases at every level with care and attention, according to von Kraus.

“We are committed to resolving difficult cases and bringing them to fruition for our clients,” he noted. “We do our best in every case, without exception.”

Comprised of former law enforcement and military professionals, the FireWatch team brings decades of experience conducting complex investigations and high-risk surveillance in diverse environments. Among the company’s new portfolio of services are investigations (case finding, monitoring, court appearances), processing server (standard, expedited, same day) and background checks (basic, standard, extended ).

The FireWatch investigation team includes:

Carlos Meneses, Director, Special Investigations: With over 28 years of law enforcement experience, Meneses began his distinguished career in the California State Prison System and eventually became a Certified Negotiator for the FBI hostage negotiation team. As a state parole officer, member of the California Parole Apprehension Team (CPAT), and member of the Human Trafficking Task Force, he investigated hundreds of cases. complex, including robbery, burglary, missing persons, fugitive surveillance and special crimes.

Ralph Guerra, Special Investigations: Guerra brings over 20 years of service in the US Marine Corps and a wealth of experience in surveillance and reconnaissance. As a Marine Raider with Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC) and a member of the Marine Reconnaissance Team, he has operated in Afghanistan and Iraq for multiple combat tours and is well versed in conducting surveillance operations in harsh conditions. high risk. With their unique experience and skills, Guerra is able to adapt quickly and deliver exceptional quality in all conditions.

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