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We represent professional private investigators and process servers across Arizona and work with partner associations to help raise professionalism in the field of private investigations across the United States. AALPI brings together the investigative community both online and offline. The investigative industry never stands still. Our members are forward thinking and passionate investigators that stay on top of business, techniques, and technologies.

We are investigators, process servers, business owners, strategic decision makers. Our goal is a non-competitive environment where we can learn, share and grow together: informing, inspiring, and empowering the investigations industry through training, mentorship, and guidance. Our events include talks and presentations by expert speakers, lively panel discussions, round-table events, networking meetups, and lots more!

AALPI was formed to preserve, protect and defend the private investigation industry from encroachment by legislative and regulatory forces: promote the highest standards of operation and practices; advance among members of the industry a spirit of cooperation; promote mutual trust, good will and fellowship among private investigators; and stimulate a union between the industry and persons engaged in allied professions, those engaged in law enforcement, and the public.
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read more › We are here to help you manage the challenges and opportunities facing the Private Investigations Industry. Our association helps investigators stay ahead of disruptive technologies and shifting legal landscapes, global pandemics that change our business models. Keeping track of what's going on in an ever-evolving investigative marketplace has never been more challenging - and more important - than today. AALPI is here to help you navigate these challenges, and many more. With over 40 years of experience in the investigative industry, we have worked hard to help bring, provide, and educate private investigators through strategic partnerships.

read more › A member shall adhere to all applicable laws, statutes and regulations of the State of Arizona and United States of America in carrying out investigations on behalf of our clients. A member shall apprise clients against any illegal or unethical activities and to cooperate with law enforcement or other governmental agencies, as required by law. A member shall observe, and adhere to the precepts of honesty, integrity, and truthfulness. A member shall be truthful, diligent, and honorable in the discharge of their professional responsibilities.

read more › Our board of directors is composed of Volunteer Investigative Professionals who act as the fiduciaries who steer the Association towards a sustainable future by adopting sound, ethical, and legal governance and management policies, as well as by making sure the association has adequate resources to advance its mission. AALPI brings together the investigative community both online and offline. The investigative industry never stands still. Our members are forward thinking and passionate investigators that stay on top of business, techniques, and technologies.

read more › I had served as the Member-at-Large of AALPI for a little over a year before I ran for Sergeant-at-Arms. I served for two terms before I, after deep thought, decided to run for Vice-President. I figured that I'd have a couple of terms to sort things out before taking the next step and possibly becoming President of AALPI. It was then that I received a rude awakening. Matt Brooks, the President at that time, had to step down as President because of a conflict of interest with his new job. What a revolting development this was.

read more › He was born in Independence, MO and attended Paseo High School in Kansas City, MO. It was there he met the love of his life, Bette Gilbert. They married in 1957 and moved to Phoenix shortly thereafter. Larry played football as a freshman at Arizona State College, served in the Navy Reserve, and founded Capitol Detective Agency. He was a founder of the Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators and was their first President. He also served as President of the World Association of Detectives in 1989 and was a member of AFIO.

read more › Full Membership ($100): Open to the Qualifying Party or named partner of a PI company. If applicant is outside Arizona, they must be eligible to conduct private investigations within their respective jurisdiction. Only Full Members, living within the borders of the State of Arizona, can vote in an election or hold a Board of Directors position. Associate Membership ($75): Open to principals (corporate officers, LLC members, partners, limited partners) and employees of a private investigation company.

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