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Press Releases from Gailey Associates, Inc. (4 total)

Justin D. Hodson appointed to Crime Stoppers Board of Directors

Respected Orange County private investigator, Justin D. Hodson, CPI has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Orange County Crime Stoppers. There are more than 300 Crime Stoppers organizations in the United States and over 1,400 worldwide. This program has proven to be an asset to any community, with over 850,000 arrests made, over 1.2 million crimes cleared, and $8 billion in property and drugs recovered in

California State Senate Resolution Issued Commending Orange County Private Inves …

William "BIll" Gailey a California Private Investigator is recognized in California Senate Resolution No. 946 Senate resolution number 946 was presented to Mr. Gailey by the Honorable Tom Harmon of the 35th Senatorial District in California. The resolution was passed on July 21st, 2011 in recognition of Mr. Gailey's leadership while serving on the California State Bar Board of Governors. Mentioned in the resolution was Mr. Gailey's vast investigative experience, including

Orange County Private Investigation Firm Expanding Their Staff

While other investigation firms are laying off employees, Gailey Associates, Inc. announced they have expanded their staff. The new full time investigator will help with investigations ranging from research, service of process, missing people, witness interviews, surveillance and more. Linda Choueiry was hired to assist with Gailey Associates, Inc.'s growing case load. Linda has a bachelor's degree from Long Beach State and comes to Gailey Associates with an

Orange County Private Investigations Firm Helps Local Charity

Gailey Associates, Inc. participated in the 2011 Orange County Ronald McDonald House Walk for Kids held last Sunday on April 10th, 2011. Justin Hodson, Vice President and Director of Surveillance for Gailey Associates lead the charge to collect donations for the charity that provides families food and shelter when their children are getting long term hospital care. The Orange County Ronald McDonald House was able to collect over

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