To provide complete, confidential and professional investigative and consulting services to all of our clients, no matter the amount or type of services requested.
To the best of our ability provide each client with pro-active solutions to prevent the occurrence or re-occurrence of problems.
To provide each client with any and all referrals that they might require before, during and after our services are completed to further assist in resolving their situation.
To ensure that each client is given the opportunity to discuss options prior to the initiation of any investigative action and is informed of results as quickly as possible.
To make certain that each client will feel that they have been treated fairly, charged reasonable rates, and provided personalized services.
Edward J. Herdrich began his career in private investigations in 1984 working for a small firm in the Northwest suburbs. Since that time he has developed a degree of specialty in Criminal Defense, Locate, Fraud, Background and Undercover investigations, as well as effectuating difficult service of process. He has been a licensed Private Detective within the State of Illinois since 1994, and a State of Illinois certified firearms instructor.
He served three years with the United States Army Military Police Corps. As a member of the AWOL Apprehension Team, he distinguished himself by working with a team that established an Army-wide record for the number of AWOL and Deserter status soldiers returned to military control in a quarter. He also served as an investigator on the Drug Suppression Team, and was a member of the Special Reactions Team (civilian equivalent - S.W.A.T.). He received an Honorable Discharge.
He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago, successfully completing a double major in Criminal Justice and English. He has continued his education through attending courses offered by Western Illinois University’s extension program.
He is the published author of several articles regarding investigations and investigative training which have appeared in P.I. Magazine, as well as an article which appeared in the Kane County Bar Briefs. He has trained numerous individuals in various investigative areas, as well as training preparatory to the Private Detective licensing exam. He currently provides a course of instruction for entry level investigators at Elgin Community College, William Rainey Harper College, and McHenry County College.
We believe that is the diversity of our personnel - the different education, experience and backgrounds which will allow us to develop the best solution for each client individually.
Areas of Concentration:
Service of Process and Legal Investigations
Surveillance and Service of Process