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Frequently Asked Questions

FPIS Business hours are from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday
Click the Case Request button at the top of the FPIS Investigations website and you will receive an intake form. Follow the prompts to complete the form. Once the Case Request Form is received, someone will contact you within a 4-hours.
FPIS Investigations is licensed in the greater metropolitan areas to include, Maryland, District of Columbia (DC), and Virginia.

Daily updates are provided within 24 hours, and all investigative cases will conclude with a final report within 48 hours.

FPIS’ tools include Case Management System, various types of Surveillance Equipment, tape measurement tools, and background check software.

When cases are assigned we will need a claim number, the subjects current physical address, photo, description, date of loss, facts of loss, and the scope of work.

FPIS’ expertise spans over 10+ years in Special Investigative Unit (SIU) & Claims investigation, Surveillance, and Security Consulting

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Reporting on the Life of Samuel Marlowe

In honor of Black History month, we’d like to focus on Samuel Marlowe, who is said to be Los Angeles’s first licensed black private detective.

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It’s a tradition to make resolutions or goals when a new year begins. Some people make resolutions to become more healthy, financially stable, or focused,

Tis the Season for Safety

The Christmas season has arrived, so let the shopping begin! As you shop for gifts for friends and family, be mindful of a few tips

Cybercriminals are Shopping for Information

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According to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), approximately 4800 fatalities- Main Causes of Construction Accidents has occurred in the construction industry in 2018. 


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