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Investigation Division, Inc.
Franklin Streets, Jr.
P.O. Box 64
Volga, WV 26238
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    Investigation Division, Inc.


    Franklin D. Streets, Jr. is President and founder of Investigation Division, Inc. and is Licensed and Bonded in the State of West Virginia to conduct and engage in the business of Private Investigations and Security under the provisions of and in compliance with Chapter 30, Article 18 of the West Virginia Code.

    He specializes in the fields of polygraph examinations, surveillance, civil and criminal investigations, insurance fraud, personal injury, sworn affidavits, worker’s compensation, undercover covert operations, security, process service, and firearms training / qualification.

    Mr. Streets is a former West Virginia Deputy Sheriff with prior military experience. He has earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, through Fairmont State College in Fairmont, West Virginia. He attended Ohio Peace Officer Training Council and is a certified ASP Tactical Baton Instructor. He is certified by the National Rifle Association as a Law Enforcement/Security Firearms Instructor, Basic Pistol Instructor, Basic Shotgun Instructor, Personal Protection Instructor, Home Firearms Safety Instructor and a Range Safety Officer. Mr. Streets is a graduate from the American International Institute of Polygraph School, (Psychophysiological Detection of Deception), which is accredited by the American Polygraph Association, and recognized by the American Association of Police Polygraphists.

    Mr. Streets is a member of several associations and professional organizations. They include: Private Investigators and Security Professional of West Virginia (Vice President of Investigations 1994-1996), National Association of Investigative Specialists, Inc., South Eastern Association of Private Investigators (Liaison for West Virginia), American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers, American Society for Industrial Security, Law Enforcement Alliance of America, Disabled American Veterans, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, National Association of Fraud Investigators, Inc., National Association of Police Organization, Inc., National Rifle Association, NRA Institute for Legislative Action, NRA Second Amendment Foundation, National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, Inc., Concern of Police Survivors, Inc., American Polygraph Association, and West Virginia Sheriff’s Association.

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