Specializing as a private investigator and consultant, Andy Davis currently employs the same powerful investigative techniques and surveillance tactics that helped him to earn the rank of Major and Division Commander of the Raleigh Police Department.
As an executive-level law enforcement officer and a graduate of the FBI National Academy, Andy gained valuable experience in conducting surveillance operations and criminal and internal investigations. Overseeing homicide investigations, supervising the Gang, Drugs, and Vice Units of the RPD, and coordinating multiple agency projects with the ATF, DEA, and NCSBI has given Andy superior knowledge to conduct involved surveillance and investigations.
This experience, partnered with his proven ability to thrive under pressure, has allowed Andy to specialize in private investigations, surveillance operations, workers compensation and injury cases, HR investigations, and personnel consulting. Andy, having successfully coordinated with the Secret Service to protect three U.S. Presidents and numerous other dignitaries, also utilizes his expertise to provide security services for business executives and political figures.
Andy is a member of numerous professional development programs and associations, including the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Police Executive Research Forum and FBI National Academy Associates.
Investigative and Consulting Experience
Private Investigator and Consultant
Raleigh Police Department – Raleigh, NC
Major/Commander, Field Operations – April 2013 to February 2017
Captain/Commander, Northeast District – December 2006 to April 2013
Lieutenant, Homicide/Drugs/Vice/Gang Units – November 2004 to December 2006
Sergeant, Chief’s Office – June 2002 to November 2004
Tenure at the Raleigh Police Department encompassed many duties. Managed personnel investigations for approximately 480 officers by employing experience in policy and investigative techniques; supervising homicide investigations and drugs/vice/gang units. Fielded and resolved citizen complaints about police procedures and activities; reviewed critical details of all use-of-force reports. Represented the chief of police in interactions with city officials and local, state, national, and international law enforcement agencies; assumed command of the RPD as needed. Managed an annual budget of approximately $42 million; led divisional programs, including allocation of human and financial resources; established and reviewed policies.