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About Us

Based in Greensboro, NC; Kerry Graves specializes in private investigation and security services for all types of situations and organizations, small or large.

He is also the regional director for TKMS (Tae Kuk Mu Sul), a world-wide martial arts organization.

Kerry routinely trains with law enforcement and security professionals to keep his skills sharp and honed.

His expertise spans a wide variety of fields and specialties, you can count on him to the get the job done right; as cost effectively as possible.

If you are looking for a private investigator that has proven real world experience and an excellent investigative track record, look no further than Graves-Wiley IT Security & Investigative Associates, LLC.

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Forensics & DNA

DNA – An Important Forensics Tool

If you are concerned that a loved one has a drug problem, is cheating on you, or is involved in illegal or other dangerous activity—or if someone you love has gone missing—we can use forensic science to gather and analyze evidence such as latent fingerprints; residue such as paint, gunpowder, fibers, and drugs; bodily fluids such as blood, semen, and urine, as well as hair and skin; and other items of forensic value. We can also test hair, blood, and urine for illegal and controlled substances.

One of the best tools we have for filling in the gaps in any forensic investigation is DNA testing. DNA testing can help identify criminals or prove a person's innocence. Unlike fingerprints, which are only deposited if someone touches something with an ungloved hand, DNA is in every cell of our human bodies. Before, during, and after a suspicious or criminal act, an individual may leave DNA evidence. Therefore, common objects like cigarette butts, drinking glasses, toothbrushes, chewed gum, and just about anything else humans touch may be analyzed for traces of DNA.

The DNA from an object can be compared to DNA collected from multiple people, and matching it to a particular individual (or not!). In addition, local, state, and federal DNA records in the US are accessible via the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), allowing authorized investigators to seek matches for DNA evidence collected.

DNA testing can be useful in private matters such as suspected infidelity, but it's also effective in legal situations. Most courts of law accept DNA testing as evidence, because if done properly, DNA profiling is extremely accurate.

With accurate DNA testing, we can help you in civil and criminal cases:

  • child custody and child support
  • inheritance and Social Security claims
  • clearing up adoption histories
  • connecting evidence with violent crime victims and suspects
  • proving paternity in rape or incest cases
  • missing persons investigations

From paternity tests to missing person searches, Graves-Wiley will help you get the evidence you need. Give us a call today, and we'll help you understand what options you have and what tests will benefit you the most.

For more information on Blood Stain Pattern Analysis and Crime Scene Forensics & DNA Analysis, please visit www.GravesForensics.com.

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