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ICS of Pennsylvania provides superior private investigations throughout the city of Bethlehem. ICS works with licensed private investigators in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania to work your case quickly and discreetly. ICS is a full service private investigation agency working locally and internationally, and we accept a variety of case types. To begin your free consultation with a private investigator from ICS, complete the online free consultation form, or call our toll free number (888) 223-6494.

Private Investigators in Bethlehem

If you are looking for a private investigator in Bethlehem, consider hiring ICS. Choosing the right private investigator for your case type and specific needs can seem a little daunting, which is why ICS always offers a free consultation before taking on any case. Please feel comfortable contacting us at (888) 223-6494 for any private investigation inquiries.

It is illegal to act as a private investigator without a license in most states, as is the case in Pennsylvania. Private investigators in Pennsylvania must receive a license through their county judge. In Bethlehem, this means that private investigators must be licensed through a Lehigh County Judge. Before private investigator applicants in Bethlehem can receive their license, they must pass a rigorous licensing procedure involving an extensive background check and fingerprinting. Applicants in Bethlehem and the rest of Pennsylvania are expected to have at least 3 years of full time experience as an investigator. This experience can come from a variety of sources, including through a police department, federal government investigation agency, or certain forms of military service. When all requirements have been met, those applying for a private investigator license in Bethlehem must make an appointment with the Clerk of Courts. From there, the Clerk of Courts will schedule an interview with a Lehigh County Judge and a District Attorney. Only after passing all interviews will a Pennsylvania private investigator license be granted to residents of any county.

Bethlehem Private Investigator

Private Investigator in Bethlehem

The requirements set by the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to become a private investigator are very strict, but private investigators employed by ICS are held to even more rigorous standards, as a part of our company mission to provide excellent and confidential service to our clients. Private investigators with ICS are licensed, bonded, and insured, and are required to maintain all continuing education requirements and comply with any regulations, restrictions, or laws governing their industry. ICS strives to give every client the best service experience possible, by providing a timely and affordable investigation, quick and accurate reporting, and the utmost level of discretion. Clients feel confident choosing ICS as their private investigator because they know we treat each case with the up most respect and to the highest of standards. If you are in Bethlehem but find yourself in need of a private investigation somewhere else, either within the state, or elsewhere in the country or the world, ICS will access the extensive network of ICS private investigators, employees, and subcontractors to keep your case affordable, efficient and effective. ICS services all of Pennsylvania, including the following areas: Philadelphia, Gettysburg, Erie, Hershey, Gettysburg, Lancaster, King of Prussia, Norristown, Willow Grove, Wilkesbarre, Harrisburg, the Lehigh Valley, Reading, and more.

Every city in the United States has its own defining characteristics, and these differences can greatly effect a private investigation. Each case is unique, and local private investigators at ICS understand that cases in Bethlehem should not be handled the same as cases in Pittsburgh or elsewhere. ICS maintains values that set us apart from other agencies, and when combined with the extensive experience and resources provided by the ICS network of investigators, we are able to provide our clients with the experience and value they deserve. No matter where your Bethlehem investigation takes you, the ICS network will be there.

Bethlehem, also nicknamed the Christmas City or the Steel City, is located in the Lehigh and Northampton counties, and is a part of what is known as the Lehigh Valley. According to the 2010 census, there are nearly 75,000 people living in Bethlehem, making it the seventh largest city in Pennsylvania. Bethlehem is generally broken up into 3 regions, including North Bethlehem, South Bethlehem, and West Bethlehem, and each region contains areas listed in the National Register of Historic Places. In 2006 Bethlehem was rated number 88 on Money Magazine’s list of “Top 100 Best Places to Live.”

ICS accepts most case types, and is available to serve you anywhere in Pennsylvania, from Bethlehem to York, and everywhere in between. If you are starting to see the signs of a cheating husband or wife, or you worry that your partner may be having an affair, ICS can help you get the answers you need with an Adultery, Infidelity or Cheating Spouse private investigation. If you are already going through a divorce, Child Custody, Visitation, and Support cases are generally benefited by a private investigation, and can help provide the proof you need in order to present your case in front of a judge. ICS can also help you find a missing or lost person in Pennsylvania or elsewhere, even in cases where the police were unsuccessful in solving the case. People who may want to gather a little more information about a lover, friend, or business partner often find background checks conducted by ICS to be a valuable and affordable tool in the decision making process. ICS is a full service private investigation agency, so please feel comfortable contacting us either online or on the phone to begin your free consultation today.

ICS also provides a wide variety of surveillance and counterintelligence services, employing state of the art equipment and techniques to keep you safe and free from unwelcome eavesdropping. ICS can perform computer and cellular forensics to retrieve data or to confirm and remove spyware or other malicious software. Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) can be taken by ICS to ensure that the technology you depend on every day is not leaking information about you, your business, or your personal life. TSCM involves sweeping for and removing bugs and other forms of electronic surveillance. ICS also performs pre-employment screening, which help eliminate the constant worry about the criminal or legal history of potential employees that many employers feel during the interview and hiring process.

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Case Studies

  • Overseas Lost Person

    Private Investigator finds a lost person in an overseas country 01/24/2019

  • Locate Lost Person

    ICS was contacted in an attempt to locate a Subject that had been in a 3-year relationship with the Client. 01/17/2019

  • Child Custody Exchange

    ICS was contacted in an attempt to have an Investigator on site to witness the exchange of a child from father to mother. Due to the legality of the exchange, a verified witness was required by the Client to document a proper exchange to negate... 01/08/2019

  • Case Study: Infidelity investigation in a Resort City Like Dubai

    ICS was contacted by a Client in an attempt to verify if her spouse was engaging in acts of Infidelity while on a stay in a city much like Dubai. Investigators were dispatched. We had boot on the ground in the resort and reserved their stay. In... 10/01/2018

  • Case Study: Due Diligence investigation helps business move forward with new investors.

    The private investigator for ICS helped our client make informed decisions about their potential investigators. With this case study the efforts made by ICS thwarted the clients suspicion and made for better business dealing. 09/20/2018

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Jurisdictional, Licensing, and Regulation Concerns

Pennsylvania Private Investigator License

The Private Detective Act of 1953, 22 Pa. C.S.A. encompasses the licensing and business of private detectives in Pennsylvania. Anyone interested in becoming licensed as a PI in Pennsylvania must apply to whichever county in which they reside.
Reference Website: https://www.lccpa.org/forms/criminal/general/PrivateDetectiveLicenseRequirements-publicweb.pdf

Contact Information:
Website: https://www.pali.org/
Email: wheverman@comcast.net
P.O. Box 651, Lemont, Pennsylvania, United States, 16851-0651
Phone: (610) 494 – 0635

The Pennsylvania Association of Licensed Investigators

Citation Statute:
Pennsylvania Statutes
Title 22: Detectives
Private Detective Act of 1953

Website: http://www.pali.org/docs/Pennsylvania_Private_Detective_Act_of_1953.pdf

Qualifications Requirement:
We have taken a sample of licensing requirements from Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas:

"All applicants must be at least twenty-five (25) years of age.

All applicants must meet the following qualifications:

1. A member of the U.S. Government investigative service; or
2. A Sheriff; or
3. A member of the Pennsylvania State Police; or
4. Regularly employed as a detective or as a member of a city police department of a rank or grade higher than that of patrolman for a period of not less than three (3) years.

All applicants must submit with their application the statements of not less than five (5) reputable citizens in accordance with 22 Pa. C.S.A. §14. Any citizen related to the applicant by blood or marriage does NOT qualify. All statements must be notarized.

Any applicant who has been convicted of any FELONY or any of the following offenses fails to qualify for a license:

• Illegal use, carrying or possessing a pistol or other dangerous weapon;
• Making or possessing burglar’s instruments;
• Buying or receiving stolen property;
• Unlawful entry of a building;
• Aiding escape from prison;
• Possessing or delivery of a controlled substance;
• Picking pockets or attempting to do so;
• Soliciting any person to commit sodomy or other lewdness;
• Recklessly endangering another person;
• Making terrorist threats; or
• Committing simple assault.

No applicant who is a holder of an employment agency license may be licensed under this act.

If the applicant will carry a lethal weapon as an incident with employment, proof of a current and valid certification under the “Lethal Weapons Training Act” must also be submitted to the Court."

Reciprocity: Pennsylvania does not have an reciprocity with other states.

Official reciprocity with Alaska - City of Fairbanks.

Fees: $67.05 filing fee.
$17.50 fingerprinting fee.

Individual license fee: $200.

Corporation license fee: $300

Corporate bond $10,000.

$8.60 for photo identification.

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