Private Investigator Associations & Organizations We are Members of

Chiton Investigations Service in Augusta GA is a nationally recognized, professional investigation firm with memberships in some of the top private investigation associations and organizations across the United States. Below is a list of some of the groups we are members of.

 

 

The Georgia Association of Professional Private Investigators logoThe Georgia Association of Professional Private Investigators (GAPPI) is a self-governing association of Private Investigators. GAPPI was created to educate members, enforce a code of ethics, and to establish mutual feelings of trust and friendships among its members and other investigative agencies throughout Georgia and the United States of America. The Georgia Association of Professional Private Investigators, Inc. was founded and incorporated under the laws of the State of Georgia in July, 1996.

 

The Texas Association of Licensed Investigators, Inc. ("TALI")
The Texas Association of Licensed Investigators, Inc. (“TALI”) is a Texas non-profit corporation and association for professional licensed investigators.

 

CALI – An Association of Excellence. The California Association of Licensed InvestigatorsAn Association of Excellence. The California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI)  is the largest private investigator association in the world, comprised of Private Investigators and allied professionals throughout California, the United States, and globally.

 

Florida Association of Licensed Investigators – Since 1994, FALI has served as the leading advocate for professional investigators and licensed agencies throughout the State of Florida. Our commitment to professional conduct, ethics and education is the foundation of our organization.

 

 

 

 

NCISS Logo© The National Council of Investigation and Security ServicesThe prescient founders of NCISS saw the need for security and investigation businesses to keep Congress and the Administration informed of their interests. They saw that without representation, our government would at the minimum overlook us, or legislate against us without consideration of the consequences.