3201 N.E.119th St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73131

Phone: (405) 403-0106


Private Investigator Services in Oklahoma City

If you or someone you know is in need of an Oklahoma private investigator, please contact us right away at (405) 403-0106 today! Our Oklahoma private investigators will be happy to assist you with all of your private investigation needs anywhere in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Colorado, Missouri and Louisiana!

Our highly trained and specialized team of Oklahoma private investigators are very knowledgeable and will happily work with you to help determine the costs, potential outcomes, and how best to help you meet your needs. Each Oklahoma private investigator has a unique and varied educational and professional experience. Please stop by 3201 N.E.119th St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73131 or call (405) 403-0106 to speak with an Oklahoma City private investigator today.
Our Oklahoma City private investigators often perform a wide variety of investigations. These fields include both civil and criminal matters, and they often include but are not limited to the following:

Insurance Fraud

Insurance fraud occurs when any act is committed with the intent to fraudulently obtain some benefit or advantage to which they are not otherwise entitled or someone knowingly denies some benefit that is due and to which someone is entitled.

Missing Persons

Our Oklahoma private investigators are experienced in locating missing persons. Our investigation team is dedicated to your privacy and delivering results.

Intelligence and Counterintelligence

Our investigation team is trained in counter intelligence and our private investigator's methods are that of true professionals.

Workman Compensation Fraud

Workers compensation fraud typically occurs when a claimant, employer, or health care provider knowingly lies in an attempt to manipulate the system in order to gain an advantage, savings, money, or other benefits.

Custody Cases/Disputes

Child Custody Investigations are undertaken to determine if a parent or guardian is responsibly caring for your child, ensuring the child's safety and protecting them from a dangerous environment or dangerous persons.

Arson Investigation Claims

Arson investigations are typically conducted to determine the cause of a fire to ensure the responsible party is held accountable. Our OKlahoma private investigators will often testify in court as an expert witness regarding their techniques that they utilized in gathering evidence.

Cheating Spouses

Our Oklahoma private investigator specializes in infidelity and will gather information about a subject’s activities and interactions. You are much more likely to get evidence of a cheating spouse when you hire a private investigator who is skilled at performing the surveillance services you require.

Skip Tracing/Process Serving/Asset Location

Skip Tracing is the process of collecting multiple as much information as possible and then cross-referencing, analyzing, reducing and verifying it. Our OKlahoma private investigator team offers a highly specialized Skip Tracing and Asset Discovery service.

The following are some commonly asked questions people ask our Oklahoma City private investigators about the field of Oklahoma private investigation:

What are the methods that private investigators use to solves cases?

Each Oklahoma private investigator uses different methods for each individual case. Different cases require different tactics, and that could include anything from putting a tracking device on someone to doing a room sweep for bugs and trackers. If you would like to discuss your Oklahoma private investigation case with a private investigator OKC, please contact a private investigator Oklahoma City directly at (405) 403-0106.

How much does it cost to hire a private investigator OKC?

Each private investigator OKC can set his or her own individual prices. Whenever hiring an Oklahoma City private investigator, please remember to check to see what education and training that private investigator Oklahoma City actually has. You will often find that you get the quality of the Oklahoma private investigator that you pay for.

What training and skills are required to conduct Oklahoma private investigations?

Each agency is free to set the general education and training requirements for their respective Oklahoma private investigators. However, Oklahoma’s laws and the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) also requires each Oklahoma licensed private investigator to pass the state’s own training and licensing requirements. In general, a prospective unarmed Oklahoma private investigator must successfully take CLEET’s Phases I & III. That private investigator must then pass the state-mandated tests. All armed OKC private investigators must successfully take and complete CLEET’s Phases I, III and IV, the latter of which allows them to carry a firearm while on duty. Once again, each private investigator Oklahoma City must also satisfy the education and training requirements of each respective agency. Oklahoma’s laws do not currently require any additional education or training, other than the previously mentioned CLEET training. However, an Oklahoma City private investigator who is going to be successful usually does have additional university education, military/police experience, etc.

How do I know whether or not I need a private investigator OKC to help me with my private investigations Oklahoma City cases?

In order to lawfully conduct Oklahoma private investigations, an individual must first receive a license from the state of Oklahoma. If your matter involves missing children, surveillance, child custody, cheating spouses, etc., then you will likely need to have a private investigator OKC to help you with the case. Having a trained and experienced private investigator Oklahoma City to assist you with your case can often help you in so many ways, and the cost is often worth the benefits you will receive from your Oklahoma private detective.

How and where does an individual get licensed as a private investigator OKC?

The first thing that an individual seeking to become a licensed Oklahoma private detective needs to do is to make sure that he or she meets the minimum requirements. The Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) lists its information for applicants and required training for Oklahoma private detectives on its website.

What are the minimum age requirements to be a private investigator OKC?

Each person wishing to serve as an unarmed Oklahoma private investigator must be at least eighteen (18) years of age. Someone wishing to be an armed private investigator OKC must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age.

Is your firm currently hiring Oklahoma private investigators?

C & K Bail Bonds and Investigations does, from time-to-time, hire additional licensed private investigators. Our need for Oklahoma private investigators varies based upon our clients’ needs.

What is the typical pay and salary that private investigators Oklahoma City can expect to earn?

Private investigators OKC can expect to make anywhere between $25-$75 per hour, plus mileage and expenses. The salary for a private investigator OKC largely depends on whether he owns his or her own business, as well as how much the client can afford to pay. Also, the private investigator OKC’s experience level and educational background may also influence his or her salary potential. Armed OKC private investigators also tend to make more than unarmed Oklahoma City private investigators.

Why do tinted car windows often help Oklahoma City private investigators?

Tinted windows can often help Oklahoma City private investigators go undetected by those they are investigating. No Oklahoma private investigator wants the person he or she is conducting surveillance on to know someone is in a parked car. Likewise, no clients wants the person of interest to know that an Oklahoma City private detective is following him or her! Private investigators Oklahoma City do not have to pay an inordinate amount for tinted windows, so the cost versus the benefits makes for a good deal!

Is serving as a private investigator OKC dangerous?

Working as a licensed Oklahoma private investigator can sometimes be quite dangerous. Depending on what case a private investigator OKC is working on, the danger level can be relatively low or extremely high. Some people under surveillance might be breaking the law, or the Oklahoma City private investigator might be conducting a Oklahoma City private investigation into a murder or a missing children case. The people under surveillance might be carrying knives, guns or even bombs! This is why the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) provides for two different types of private investigator Oklahoma City licenses.

What is the difference between the “armed” and “unarmed” Oklahoma private investigator licenses?

The first type of Oklahoma private investigation license is that of an “unarmed private investigator”. With this type of license, a private detective Oklahoma does not have to take any firearm training courses. Likewise, the Oklahoma City private investigators with this type of Oklahoma private investigation license may not carry any firearm. Thus, if the Oklahoma private eye gets into trouble or needs to protect himself with a firearm, then that private detective Oklahoma City’s only options will be to call the police or to bring an armed Oklahoma private investigator along who can lawfully carry a firearm. The second type of Oklahoma private investigation license is that of an “armed private investigator”. In addition to completing Phases I & 3 and passing their tests, an armed Oklahoma City private investigator must also take the CLEET Phase IV class and pass that accompanying test. The Phase IV class is the firearms training, and it also requires that all candidates take and pass a psychological evaluation. Once Oklahoma private investigation candidates have successfully done this, they will also be allowed to carry a firearm with them.

How do I hire a private investigator Oklahoma City from C & K Bail Bonds and Investigations to help me with my case?

Our highly trained and specialised team of Oklahoma private investigators is very knowledgeable and will happily work with you to help determine the costs, potential outcomes, and how best to help you meet your needs. Each Oklahoma private investigator has unique and varied educational and professional experience. Please stop by 3201 N.E.119th St. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73131 or call (405) 403-0106 today to speak with an Oklahoma City private investigator today.


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3201 N.E.119th St.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73131

Phone: (405) 403-0106
Mobile: (405) 403-0106
E-mail: jpkeefeii@gmail.com
Website: www.privateinvestigatoroklahomacity.com
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Private Investigator Oklahoma City

Our private investigator’s attention to detail and the commitment to providing professional services and outstanding focus on each case we accept differentiates us from other Oklahoma private investigators. The private investigation team maintains high standards through our staff of highly experienced investigators. Our investigators have the experience, resources and pride that guarantee the best possible outcome for your case.


Attorney Recommendations

We are pleased to recommend some really outstanding attorneys in Oklahoma. These are our list of tried-and-true attorneys, and they have NOT paid to be listed here. The following is a list of attorneys, in our opinion, with the best experience, price, professionalism and service:

Criminal Defense:

phillips Dustin Phillips is by far one of the most trusted criminal defense attorneys in Oklahoma City. His reputation as a criminal defense attorney in Oklahoma City, as clearly evidenced by all of his former clients who say such wonderful things about him, is simply amazing. Mr. Phillips hails from an extensive educational background at Oklahoma City University, and he has served as a distinguished Oklahoma criminal defense lawyer for quite some time. Dustin’s criminal defense experience in Oklahoma has included pretty much every type of criminal offense in Oklahoma. He is well-rounded and plausibly versed in both rhetoric and law. Mr. Phillips connects extraordinarily well with both other legal professionals and jurors, and this, too, helps further set him apart from other criminal defense lawyers in Oklahoma City. What You May Expect From Phillips & Associates: Dustin Phillips of Phillips & Associates is without a doubt our firm’s most highly recommended criminal defense attorney in Oklahoma.  No one here has ever heard any negative complaints about Dustin Phillips, so check out what his clients are saying about him and see for yourself. Contact Information: Dustin Phillips, Criminal Defense Attorney Phillips & Associates 1900 N.W. Expressway, Suite 601 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118 Office #: (405) 418-8888 Website: http://www.oklahoma-criminal-defense.com/
potts Hayley Potts was born in a small town in Somerset, England, and graduated with her first law degree from Manchester Metropolitan University, School of Law. In 2010, Ms. Potts moved to Oklahoma as part of a pro bono program assisting the Oklahoma County Public Defender’s Office’s capital defense team. During her time in Oklahoma, she decided to cross-qualify, so she could practice as an attorney in America. In 2013, Ms. Potts graduated with her second law degree from Oklahoma City University. Since 2013, Ms. Potts has made an extremely distinguished record as a criminal defense attorney, and has continued to demonstrate an increased level of community responsibility as a member of the Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Association and a board member for the Young Lawyers’ Division of the Oklahoma County Bar Association. While her sweet demeanor and cute British accent are sure to charm any juror, Hayley will help you win your case with her vast amount of knowledge, legal experience and expertise on two different continents. Contact Information: Hayley Potts THE POTTS LAW OFFICE 500 N. Walker, Suite B Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73012 Office #: (405) 236-2221 Websites: www.ThePottsLawOffice.com
Robert-Sisson Robert Eliot Sisson – Mr. Sisson went to Oklahoma City University, earning his bachelor’s degree in political science with a pre-law emphasis. He then continued his studies at the OCU School of Law, graduating in 1989 and then continuing to work most notably in the field of criminal defense. Robert has also worked in Oklahoma City, primarily in Oklahoma County, in private practice for almost 30 years. He has handled numerous high profile cases and has been very successful. The reason you do not see a longer description of Mr. Sisson has to do with how humble he is. Robert is very humble and never brags nor boasts about any of his accomplishments, but do not let that fool you: he is highly successful and skilled. If humility is a special and sometimes rare quality you want in a lawyer, then Mr. Sisson is definitely the criminal defense lawyer in Oklahoma for you. Contact Information: Robert Eliot Scisson, PLLC 217 North Harvey Suite 204 Oklahoma City, OK Office #: 405) 406-4384 Website: www.TrulyNotGuilty.com

Civil Attorneys:

kevin-miller Kevin L. Miller – Mr. Miller has lived in Oklahoma his entire life, with his undergrad in political science from the University of Oklahoma in 1982. He graduated from the Oklahoma City University School of Law in 1985, winning the American Jurisprudence Award for Estate Planning. Some of the professional associations of which Mr. Miller is a member include the following: Kevin has practiced in Oklahoma City full time since 1985, with estate planning (i.e., wills & trusts), probate, elder law and business law. He began working with the Gene Stipe Law Firm from 1985 to 1995, before going into private practice with his own law firm. Mr. Miller is currently licensed to practice law in the following geographic locations: Mr. Kevin L. Miller is a frequent speaker at continuing education seminars on estate planning and probate law, and he is a strong friend and ally of the LGBTQ community. KEVIN L. MILLER, P.C. Landmark Towers West 3555 N.W. 58th Street Suite 1000 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112 Office #: (405) 943-6650 Ext. 324 Cell #: (405) 443-5100 Website: www.KevinMillerPC.com