• Local Private Investigator Elected President of Licensed Private Detectives Association of Massachusetts. (LPDAM)

    December 5, 2016 | In The News | Worcester Telegram
  • WEST BOYLSTON, MA—Worcester County private investigator and Sterling resident, John M. Lajoie, BCPI, CCDI, CLI, CII, owner of Lajoie Investigations, Inc., one of the largest investigative agencies in Massachusetts , was elected and installed as the 15th President of the Licensed Private Detectives Association of Massachusetts (LPDAM) on April 3rd, 2006. Lajoie, a Charter Member of LPDAM and member of their Board of Directors, is the first licensed private detective located west of the I-495 corridor to be elected as the LPDAM President.

    The LPDAM objectives and purpose is to promote and encourage professionalism in the detective profession and advance professional ethics in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, to advance the ethical, educational, and social standing of the membership of the association, and to promote cooperation between its membership and allied law enforcement professionals. There are over 800 licensed private detectives in Massachusetts and many more who work under licensees.

    Lajoie’s platform message was simple and clear: “to build bridges to a new future by focusing on the positive aspects of our profession, supporting our association and that of our brother and sister organizations, educating our members, and enhancing the credibility, good will, and professional reputation of the Massachusetts licensed private detective in everything we do.”

    John M. Lajoie is known throughout the country for his skill and experience as a professional private investigator. Lajoie has turned the one-man operation he started in 1989 into one of the most respected investigative firms in the Massachusetts .

    He holds four professional certifications as conferred by national and worldwide association certification boards. His case experience has ranged from high-profile homicides to simple auto accidents, and his client base from the rich and famous to the homeless and indigent. Besides his election as President of LPDAM, John has served four terms as the Northeast Regional Director for the National Association of Legal Investigators. In October of 2002, Lajoie was recognized as the United States National Investigator of the Year as conferred by the National Association of Investigative Specialists, based in Austin , TX . Lajoie, an award winning author, has produced numerous publications, and in August of 2005, AuthorHouse published John’s non-fiction novel, Trials and Tribulations of a Real Life Private Eye, a writing of open and honest dialogue about the realities of private investigation told through experience, anecdotes, and true stories. Mr. Lajoie’s intuition, investigative acumen, knowledge base, worldwide contacts, dedication to client, and tireless work ethic has earned him the reputation as one of the most successful and effective contemporary private investigators in the world. For more information on Lajoie and his company go to www.PrivateInvestigator.com. Lajoie is available for interviews and speaker requests.

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