The investigators at Joyce and Daniels include retired Portland Police Detectives with over 60 years of combined extensive experience in the art and science of investigation.
As State of Maine licensed private investigators, they are your best choice when you need investigative services.
Go with experience and proven investigative expertise. Go with Joyce and Daniels.
Your best choice when you need a highly experienced and successful investigative team to:
- manage and investigate all types of major and
complex civil and criminal incidents
- reconstruct events to provide reliable information on
how an event unfolded, identify the persons involved
and the actions of those involved
- interview individuals to obtain information and assess
- apply forensic science to investigations-use science
and scientific techniques to uncover reliable
- evaluate physical evidence for testing in a forensic
laboratory, make testing recommendations and
consult with laboratory personnel
- investigative assessments (vulnerabilities of "the
- prepare in-depth investigative and technical reports
- present investigative information in court and other
fact finding forums
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Thomas P. Joyce Jr.
Maine License: 1370851
T.P. Joyce Investigations, L.L.C.
Maine License: 0946276
J. M. Daniels Investigations, L.L.C.
Maine License: 0740068
Maine License: 1371028
J M Fanning Investigations, L.L.C.
We are committed to providing expeditious, discreet, high quality, cost effective investigative services to every one of our clients.
News & Items of Interest
Crime scene reconstruction in real life is far different from what a viewer observes on television in a variety of police shows. In order to obtain reliable information from a crime scene examination a properly trained crime scene technician moves through a 12-stage process. Each step in the process requires the technician to perform specific tasks. The steps are adjusted to the complexity of the crime scene. The 12 steps are as follows:
Approach to the scene
Secure and protect the scene
Conduct detailed search
Documentation and collection of physical evidence
Scene processing – analysis
Release of scene
In house laboratory analysis
Transmittal of evidence to outside laboratory
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