Mobile, AL Private Investigators

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is ready to assist.

It’s not uncommon for circumstances to arise involving sensitive matters which beg for some serious looking into. Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is a premier private investigation firm in Mobile, AL that provides detective services to both private individuals and business interests.

Over the past 20 years, we have developed an outstanding reputation as a Mobile, AL private detective agency due to our attentiveness to detail, dedication to duty, and as a cost-effective investigatory resource. If the services of a reliable and time-tested private investigation firm are needed, don’t hesitate to reach out to Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. today.

The Truth Matters.

Facts are proven with evidence. We’ll get the evidence.                        

Mobile, AL Private Investigation ServiceNationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. staffs experienced senior detectives with either state or federal law enforcement experience. Our agents have experience providing numerous investigatory services which include gathering evidence on cheating spouses, corporate theft investigations, family & civil court related investigations, corporate due diligence, executive background screenings & character investigations, and surveillance among other detective services.

We work with both individuals and businesses on a normal basis, and we invite you to reach out to us with any service-related questions you may have. To contact us, call our office direct at 251-234-6999 or send us a friendly message using the contact form.

Mobile, AL Private Investigation Services

Private Investigation Services Overview

  • Educational, Executive, and Character Background Screenings
  • Cell Phone & GPS Tracking
  • Help Finding Missing Persons or Lost Friends
  • Family & Civil Law Investigations
  • Detectives for Infidelity & Cheating Spouse Investigations
  • Theft & Embezzlement Investigations
  • Asset Investigations & Public Record Accumulations
  • Support Services of Attorneys & Law Firms
  • Child Custody Investigations
  • Corporations & Business Entities
  • Skiptracing & Location Detection

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If you have questions, would like a written service quote, or would like to schedule private investigation services in Mobile, AL, contact Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. today. The phone number to our 24-hour hotline is 251-234-6999.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
2029B Airport Blvd #155, Mobile, AL 36606
Phone: 251-234-6999

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. can be reached 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. If you need to meet with an experienced private detective in Prichard, Saraland, Tillmans Corner, Bayou La Batre, Citronelle, Chickasaw, Dauphin Island, Satsuma, Theodore, Creola, Baldwin County or elsewhere in or near Mobile, AL, call us at 251-234-6999.

Investigative News: Alabama


  • Gov. Kay Ivey says ADEM needs to offer solutions to 3M chemical release problems in North Alabama July 11, 2019
    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — We are continuing to press government officials for answers about illegal chemical releases into the Tennessee River. WHNT News 19 discovered that 3M violated federal law by releasing toxic chemicals for a decade — and the state had permitted it. We asked Gov. Kay Ivey about the issue today during her visit […]
    Chelsea Brentzel
  • Uncertainty surrounds ADEM’s role in regulation of banned chemicals July 10, 2019
    DECATUR, Ala. –  3M announced on Monday that the company was expanding chemical investigation into decades-old landfills in Morgan County. The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) is the agency charged with regulating activities by companies like 3M. However, based on public records, the relationship between the company and regulators and what is and isn’t […]
    Chelsea Brentzel
  • Decatur mayor says he learned of 3M chemical dumping through WHNT News 19 reporting July 9, 2019
    DECATUR, Ala. – Chemicals at the heart of $35 million settlement between 3M and the West Morgan East Lawrence Water Authority are now at the center of new landfill investigations in Morgan County. The chemicals in question are known as PFAS chemicals. They are used to make products like Scotchgard and Teflon. The call for […]
    Chelsea Brentzel
  • Sen. Doug Jones calls on environmental regulators to investigate 3M’s illegal chemical release June 21, 2019
    An investigation by WHNT News 19 is shedding light on what the state of Alabama knew and how it permitted 3M’s plant in Decatur to violate the Toxic Substances Control Act. Discharge reports submitted to the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) indicate 3M reported discharging toxic chemical FBSA into the Tennessee River since at […]
    Chelsea Brentzel
  • Timeline of events surrounding 3M’s admission of illegal chemical release into Tennessee River June 20, 2019
    DECATUR, Ala. – A series of interesting events happened before and after 3M disclosed it failed to obey federal law by releasing certain manufacturing chemicals or the waste of those chemicals into the Tennessee River. 3M sent that disclosure letter in April. WHNT News 19 was told just weeks before the EPA may have been […]
    Chelsea Brentzel
  • State of Alabama permitted 3M to release toxic chemicals into Tennessee River for years, records show June 20, 2019
    DECATUR, Ala. – In April, 3M reported to the Alabama Department of Environmental Management that it was discharging chemicals that are illegal to put into water. But records show that the state of Alabama had been alerted for years and did not stop the continued release of the toxic chemical into the Tennessee River. WHNT […]
    Chelsea Brentzel
  • 3M admits to illegal chemical release in Tennessee River June 14, 2019
    DECATUR, Ala. – The 3M Plant in Decatur failed to obey federal law by releasing certain chemicals or the waste of those chemicals into the Tennessee River. The company admitted to the chemical release in an April letter to the Environmental Protection Agency. The letter, which was sent by an attorney on behalf of 3M, […]
    Chelsea Brentzel