FEDACK INVESTIGATION ServicesWe Focus on Solving Your Problem
We provide private investigation services for attorneys, law enforcement and private individuals in Atlanta including the state of Georgia.
30 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
With my diverse background, I bring a perspective a little different from most investigators. I work with many retired detectives and have an excellent working relationship with Atlanta Police and many local, state and Federal agencies.
From criminal investigations, complex insurance claims and Cold Case reviews I will use my experience to solve your problem. My goal will always be to conduct the most factual, ethical and confidential investigation that I possibly can. You would not be contacting me except you need help. I give you my word I will give your case 100% of my efforts.
As a police officer I saw cases where the criminal charge was 100% false. I will not lie and say it happened all the time but it did happen. One particular case I handled was a charge of Assault and Battery. This man was completely in the right and was only defending himself. It took me awhile but I after discovered what really happened I helped get him out of jail in a few hours and personally called the Assistant DA to get the charges dismissed and his record expunged. If I ever wanted to sleep again I had to do that for that man. The smile his wife gave when he walked out of jail was worth it. If you are charged with a crime and did not do it I will work like Hell for you.
Fedack Investigations has access to the sophisticated secure databases for individuals. I can go back twenty plus years and see where someone lived, their vehicles, employment history, arrest record, family members, associates, etc. I have been told several times that my access is faster and more extensive than city and state police agencies. To be honest I am amazed at what I find sometimes. I believe you will be too.
(a)(1) A person commits the offense of stalking when he or she follows, places under surveillance, or contacts another person at or about a place or places without the consent of the other person for the purpose of harassing and intimidating the other person.
Of course, the actual law is many more paragraphs than above but this will give you the gist of the statute. As a former police officer I am very aware of the utter fear this situation can cause the victim. One quick suggestion – do not dismiss obtaining a Restraining Order against the person stalking you. No this order will not physically stop your attacker but if they violate the order they will be arrested and charged with a felony. Then they are in jail and cannot bother you.
My personal philosophy and experience tells me any stalking case is very serious and needs to be handled swiftly before the unthinkable happens. If I work a stalking case for you I will not rest until the situation is neutralized.
Cold Case Review
I could write a 500 page book on this subject. For over four years a group of detectives, two attorneys, a CSI investigator, a reporter from the AJC, a Ph.D. criminal profiler and me have worked on two Atlanta cold cases. The good news is that the tools we have at our disposal are lights ahead of just a few years ago. The bad news is that after fifty years people die, records are lost and many people today have never heard of these cases. That doesn’t matter. These crimes were committed and as long as we are physically able we will work these cases. Growing up in Atlanta, I remember these stories. I feel like I knew both of the young women. And now having met relatives of the victims, we are more determined than ever to close these cases. If you have a cold case call me. I can assure you that there are very few, if any better groups to investigate a cold case.
These searches involve a lot of telephone calls and database searches. I worked on one case that involved police in Phoenix, AZ. the FBI, and consulates for Germany and France. But today with the internet and persistence we can usually be successful. It is a wonderful feeling calling a family and saying “I found him and he is fine,” Doesn’t get better than that.
AUTO ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION & RECONSTRUCTION
As a police office I worked hundreds of auto accidents. There were several with multiple fatalities. As the responding officer I was responsible for the initial report. The Auto Investigators or Specialist would handle the large follow-up report but the initial report was critical to the process. I testified in Georgia Superior Court on the facts in my report. Criminal Charges and Insurance settlements were dependent on the accuracy of my reporting and testimony.
If you are in a serious accident my suggestion is to quickly retain an experienced attorney (I can help you with referrals) and if they need reconstruction of the accident scene I know the best specialists in the field.
Our systematic process that simply works.
Research & Analysis
I will start at the beginning and ask a lot of questions. I want to completely understand your case. I will conduct database searches, interview people, ask professionals for advice and think deeply about the case.
Now you and I will map out a strategy. I want and need your input. You know the situation better than anyone. We will come up with a plan and start immediately. Of course, the plan will probably change throughout the case but I will see it to the finish.
Execute & Reporting
You cannot be a private investigator if you hesitate or are afraid to take action. It is no exergation to say if I hesitated in one case a woman would have been murdered. Doesn’t happen often but it will happen again. I will be with you and protect you. I promise.
WILLIAM JOHN FEDACK, JR
I have known John Fedack for six years and it is my pleasure to write this letter on John’s behalf.
Having served as a police officer at Georgia State University and in the DeKalb County Police Departments, John has gained diverse experience in law enforcement and criminal investigations. Most recently, John expanded his career, combining his investigative tenacity with the production of cold case film documentaries.
John is a man of outstanding character, integrity, and sound judgment. Active in the community and church, he is a determined leader who searches out opportunities to help others.
As a licensed Private Investigator in Georgia, I am confident that William John Fedack will be a tremendous asset to our ranks. I look forward to the possibility of working with John on investigations of mutual interest.
I first met John Fedack in 1976 when we were in Academy Class 10 at the Dekalb County Police Department training academy. During the course of the several months in that academy class we became friends. This friendship is still going strong forty-one years later.
John had the good sense to leave the Dekalb Co.P.D. after several years to enter private industry where he has worked until his retirement. However, his “retirement” has not stopped him from “working”. John is a published author, has been working with a group on a documentary on the life of baseball Hall Of Famer Harmon Killebrew, and he is working with another group on solving the “cold case” murder of an Atlanta women from years ago.
John is a dedicated family man. He has supported the boys in athletics even to the point of acting as a coach for several of his son’s teams. He has supported his wife’s educational efforts that have led her to becoming a medical doctor.
John is also a man of faith. He and his family are active in their church.
As I said previously, John has been my friend for 41 years and I have never known of anything in his life that would cause me to doubt that friendship. I think of him as a Christian brother and as a man I am proud to call a friend.
John Fedack and I have been working on some very difficult cold cases for a couple of years now. Just when I was ready to give up, John encouraged me to keep going. More than that, his energy and determination have moved us forward in ways I never thought possible.
Where I see closed doors and dead ends, John finds windows and the next corner. Knowing he has my back keeps me motivated to dig in my heels and not be discouraged about these cases. I simply would have given up if not for John.
From Our Founder
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Personal note – if you hire a private investigator please trust them and allow them to use their experience and best judgment. Of course, ask questions. But, if they strongly advise you not to do something, please don’t do it. I have been in those situations and it does not end well.
Good luck. All I want to do is make you safe again.
John Fedack, Private Investigator
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