Jay Groob, President of American Investigative Services, is considered one of the foremost authorities on investigative techniques in the Northeast. He has provided testimony in both Federal and State Courts on drug and homicide cases, and has been classified as an expert in the field of auto fraud investigation.
Mr. Groob is a graduate of Northeastern University’s College of Criminal Justice, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree cum laude. He has been a guest speaker at numerous conferences and seminars, and a lecturer at Boston School of Law and the Criminal Section of the Boston Bar Association.
Mr. Groob has appeared on Network Television, PBS Television, WCVB “Chronicle’ local Radio and been interviewed and quoted multiple times in Boston print media.
Mr. Groob was the Chairman of the Council of International Investigators, an elite organization of private investigators that includes officers from Scotland Yard, the FBI, and Interpol. In recognition of his many years of experience and dedication in the field of investigative services, Mr. Groob received the Council’s International Investigator of the Year Award. He was also honored for promoting international investigations and global security at the 30th Anniversary celebration of the Security Association of Singapore.
Mr. Groob is a long-standing member of, The International Intelligence Network (INTELLENET), The National Council of Investigation & Security Services (NCISS), The Licensed Private Detectives Association of Massachusetts, Inc. (LPDAM), The International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI) and is licensed in Massachusetts, New York and New Hampshire.
Mr. Groob is also a contributing author of “Corporate Investigations Second Edition,” an investigative textbook covering the broad range of corporate investigations. Calling upon his years of experience, Mr. Groob authored Chapter 30, sharing his investigative techniques and strategies for conducting both simple and complex Background Investigations.