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Martinez Security and Investigations, LLC #7932

Martinez Security and Investigations, LLC #7932 We look forward to serving your investigative needs. Free Consultation, No Obligation-Discreet and Confidential. $175.00 an hour

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Miriam Martinez BiographyBorn and raised in the city of Trenton, New Jersey. Over 40 years in Law Enforcement. Attended...
01/21/2021
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Miriam Martinez Biography

Born and raised in the city of Trenton, New Jersey. Over 40 years in Law Enforcement. Attended and graduated from the Trenton Police Department 73rd Class Police Academy.

The First Latina to attend and graduate in the field of police law enforcement profession as an officer and ranking detective in Mercer County.

During her years of service she attended and qualified in multiple law enforcement courses. She’s received numerous awards for her outstanding work.

She is affiliated and a member of multiple law enforcement associations and groups.

Worked side-by-side with other agencies in New Jersey such Tri-State Federal Marshall’s including Secret Service for the Presidential arrivals. Also asssigned to provide high profile security for other dignitaries and celebrities.

Any other information is needed, feel free to contact the office.

A HERO NEVER DIES“The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are as bold as a lion.” Proverbs 28:1 This scr...
05/12/2020

A HERO NEVER DIES

“The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are as bold as a lion.” Proverbs 28:1 This scripture, inscribed on the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington, D.C., is a description of the thousands of men and women who gave all to protect and serve our communities across America.

During the 2020 National Police Week, May 10-15, we honor and remember those law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice, as well as the family members, friends and fellow officers they left behind.This week is set aside to remember the peacemakers who sacrificed themselves. Their memory will live on in those who continue to serve. May 15, 2020, has been designated, by proclamation of President Donald Trump, as National Peace Officers’ Memorial Day.

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy declared May 15th Peace Officers Memorial Day. The week in which the date falls is now considered National Police Week. Until Saturday, this week will highlight the sacrifice and dedication of local, state, and tribal police.

The week is meant to commemorate peace officers who keep us safe. Yearly droves of officers come together in Washington DC to help honor their fallen partners. This year COVID-19 has halted this large gathering. Instead, officers from around the nation will be remembering their comrades from home.

According to the Officer Down Memorial Page so far this year 72 officers have passed away, many have lost their lives to COVID-19. 2 of these officers were from Oklahoma, both died in automobile accidents.

This year’s police week is highlighted by the pandemic. While the rest of society has been sheltering in place, officers have been working tirelessly to keep communities safe. Though the week was originally meant as a memorial, the country has started using this week to celebrate those who are constantly working hard for their communities. From homemade cookies to meals, departments usually see an uptick in the appreciation they get, but nothing is as important as a thank you.

So while the rest of us stay at home or begin to work towards our new normal, let’s honor those who bravely uphold their profession. Those who willingly put their lives on the line to protect ours. So let’s remember the sacrifices made by those who took on this badge and lost it before us.

EOW 2020

Trooper Joseph Bullock.
Investigator Ryan D. Fortini
Police Officer Nick O'Rear.
Police Officer Alan McCollum.
Major Angelanette Moore.
Police Officer Katherine Thyne.
Deputy Sheriff Sheldon Whiteman.
Officer Tiffany-Victoria Enriquez
Officer Kaulike Kalama.
Deputy Sheriff Jarid Taylor.
Officer Jackson Ryan Winkeler
Officer Paul Dunn
Officer Nickolas Lee Reyna
Detective Amber Joy Leist
Officer Tiffany-Victoria Bilon Enriquez
Officer Kaulike Kalama
Sheriff Officer Sheldon Gordon Whitman
Officer Kathrine Mary Thyne
Major Angelanette Moore
Officer Matthew S. von Seydewitz
Officer Alan Daniel McCollum
Sheriff Officer Richard Edward Whitten
Officer Nick O’Rear
Officer Kenneth Reid Lester
Detective James Traver Kirk
Sheriff Officer Donna Richardson-Below
Officer Shirley Lanning
Officer David KellyWood
Corporal Andrew J. Brent William Perry-Scrimshire
Sergeant James R. O’Connor, IV
Officer Christpher Ryan Walsh
Sheriff Officer Kenterrous Taylor
Sheriff Officer Christpher Scott-Korzilius
Correction Officer IV Amanda L. DeLeon
Officer Kaia LaFay Grant
Captain Johnathan Parnell
Trooper Justin R. Schaffer
Trooper Nolan James Sanders
Sergeant Ben Jenkins
Commander Greg Carnicle
Sheriff Officer Kirk A. Coker
Detective Marylou Armer
Sheriff Officer Syprasseuth “Bud” Phouangphrachanh
Sheriff Officer Jeff Hopkins
Sheriff Officer Terrell Young
Officer Marco DiFranco
Sheriff Officer Shannon Bennett
Correction Officer IV Kelvin D. Wilcher
Officer Breann Leath
Sergeant Clifford W. Martin, Sr.
Chief of Police Terry Engle
Chief of Police Robert William Sealock
Sheriff Officer Jeremy Ladue
Officer Jose Fontanez
Sergeant Joseph Spinosa
Detective Alex Ruperto
Officer Ronald Newman
Officer Justin Putnam
Probation and Parole Agent Kaitlin Marie Cowley
Warden Wilmot Sandlin “Sandy” McCain
Corporal Lawrence Onley
Officer Christopher Eric Ewing
Correction Officer V. Jonathan Keith Goodman
Officer Dan Walters
Chaplain II Akbar N. Shabazz
Officer Joseph Cappello
Patrolman Gary Walter
Agent Miguel Martinez-Ortiz
Lieutenant Glenn Dale Hutto,Jr.
Sheriff Officer John Andrew Rhoden
Correction Officer Coy D. Coffman, Jr.
Correction Officer V James D. Coleman
Officer Mark Hall, Jr.
Sergeant Randall C. French
Detention Deputy Timothy De La Fuente
Officer Jason Knox
Officer Micheal S. Mosher
Sergeant Lionel Q. Martinez

K9 Hondo
K9 Thor
K9 Niki

A HERO NEVER DIES

May the happy occasion of Thanksgiving bring you all  an abundance of love and joy, lots of prosperity and good health. ...
11/28/2019

May the happy occasion of Thanksgiving bring you all an abundance of love and joy, lots of prosperity and good health. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving to all.

Let’s eat and watch Football all day long 🦃

Today is Officer Appreciation DayThank you, For the time you took the oath. For the time you responded for our need. For...
09/21/2019

Today is Officer Appreciation Day

Thank you,

For the time you took the oath. For the time you responded for our need. For your service. For your security. For your bravery. For our Peace.

Thank you!

For our protection. For your courage. For our safety. For your sacrifice. For the time you’ve left your family. For the time you risk it all.

Thank you to all my brothers and sisters, active or retired today we celebrate you. Be careful and stay safe.

Miriam Martinez, MARTINEZ Security and Investigations, LLC. #7932.

Land of the FREE because of the BRAVE We honor the fallen, we honor their sacrifice, we pray for their families. We than...
05/27/2019

Land of the FREE because of the BRAVE

We honor the fallen, we honor their sacrifice, we pray for their families. We thank God for those who died for our Freedom. We reflect upon our blessings as a Nation.

God bless America 🇺🇸

REPOSTING for your safety Rideshare safety tips especially for women Nowadays we are using Uber/Lyft/taxi or other means...
04/01/2019

REPOSTING for your safety

Rideshare safety tips especially for women

Nowadays we are using Uber/Lyft/taxi or other means of transportation to get us to and from locations.

Plan ahead
Before you request a ride, think about where you’re headed and review the safety features in the app so you know how to use them.

Get in the right car
Before you get in the car, check that license plate, driver photo, and driver name all match what’s listed in the app. Uber rides can only be requested through the app, so never get in a car with a driver who claims to be with Uber and offers a ride.

Protect your information
There’s no need to share your phone number or other contact information with your driver. If a rider and driver need to contact each other, the Uber app automatically anonymizes both phone numbers to protect everyone’s privacy.

Follow your intuition
There’s no need to share your phone number or other contact information with your driver. If a rider and driver need to contact each other, the Uber app automatically anonymizes both phone numbers to protect everyone’s privacy.

Don’t get lock in
It takes a few seconds before getting into a unfamiliar vehicle first check the child lock if it is in the check up or down position. If it’s in the lock position don’t get into that vehicle. Report them to the agency immediately.

Don’t get lock in.

Miriam Martinez
Martinez Security and Investigations, LLC #7932

Last night while responding to a 3 car collision, officer Corona was shot and killed. She was only 22 years old. Our tho...
01/11/2019

Last night while responding to a 3 car collision, officer Corona was shot and killed. She was only 22 years old.

Our thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends and Department. 👮🏻‍♀️💙

May the Lord hold you tight in his embrace, may he send comfort to your family, and may the vigilant police officers find the coward who shot and killed you.

Rest Easy Officer Corona. E.O.W - 1/10/2019

The face of a HeroChicago Police Officer Samuel Jimenez. Shot and killed in the line of duty responding to a shooter at ...
11/20/2018

The face of a Hero

Chicago Police Officer Samuel Jimenez. Shot and killed in the line of duty responding to a shooter at Mercy Hospital. Ran towards the gunfire knowing the risk so that he could stop the senseless wounding and killing of innocent people. He sacrificed so that others can go home to their loved ones, even though his family and children will be without him.

No Greater Love, Hath Man, Than To Lay Down Their Life For Others. - John 15:13

Please remember him, his family, and others like him that give up their time and sometimes, unfortunately, their lives, so that we may all enjoy peace and safety.

Rest easy brother

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Trenton, NJ
08690

General information

Martinez Security and Investigations, LLC., is a full service Private Investigation Agency covering the State of New Jersey. We conduct Investigations for Individuals, Law Firms, Business, Government and Professional Organizations. Founder and CEO., Miriam Martinez is retired from law enforcement. She has 34 years experience in investigations and security. She is proud to be the first Latina police officer in Mercer County who served her community well. Miriam retired from the Mercer County Sheriff Office as a Detective. She founded Martinez Security and Investigations, LLC., in 2006. Miriam Martinez, is a qualified, licensed Private Detective in the State of New Jersey. We specialize in, but not limited to, Criminal, Civil and Domestic Investigations, Due Diligence, Process Service, Attorney Services, Surveillance, Cheaters/Domestic Infidelity, Missing/Hiding persons, Statement & Interviews, Corporate Internal Investigations, Background checks, Pre-employment screening, SSI Verification, Undercover operations, Asset locate, Bankruptcy, Liens & Judgments checks, Insurance fraud, Professional License verification, phone and computer searches, motor vehicle checks, slip an falls, Insurance Investigations, Workman's comp, video surveillance, VIP/Executive Protective service, and many other specialties as well. We also provide Bilingual services. Our goal is to make sure that our clients get the answer they deserve. We look forward to serving your investigative needs. Free Consultation, No Obligation-Discreet and Confidential [email protected] 609.424.7949

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(609) 424-7949

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Miriam Martinez Biography Born and raised in the city of Trenton, New Jersey. Over 40 years in Law Enforcement. Attended and graduated from the Trenton Police Department 73rd Class Police Academy. The First Latina to attend and graduate in the field of police law enforcement profession as an officer and ranking detective in Mercer County. During her years of service she attended and qualified in multiple law enforcement courses. She’s received numerous awards for her outstanding work. She is affiliated and a member of multiple law enforcement associations and groups. Worked side-by-side with other agencies in New Jersey such Tri-State Federal Marshall’s including Secret Service for the Presidential arrivals. Also asssigned to provide high profile security for other dignitaries and celebrities. Any other information is needed, feel free to contact the office.
A HERO NEVER DIES “The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are as bold as a lion.” Proverbs 28:1 This scripture, inscribed on the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington, D.C., is a description of the thousands of men and women who gave all to protect and serve our communities across America. During the 2020 National Police Week, May 10-15, we honor and remember those law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice, as well as the family members, friends and fellow officers they left behind.This week is set aside to remember the peacemakers who sacrificed themselves. Their memory will live on in those who continue to serve. May 15, 2020, has been designated, by proclamation of President Donald Trump, as National Peace Officers’ Memorial Day. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy declared May 15th Peace Officers Memorial Day. The week in which the date falls is now considered National Police Week. Until Saturday, this week will highlight the sacrifice and dedication of local, state, and tribal police. The week is meant to commemorate peace officers who keep us safe. Yearly droves of officers come together in Washington DC to help honor their fallen partners. This year COVID-19 has halted this large gathering. Instead, officers from around the nation will be remembering their comrades from home. According to the Officer Down Memorial Page so far this year 72 officers have passed away, many have lost their lives to COVID-19. 2 of these officers were from Oklahoma, both died in automobile accidents. This year’s police week is highlighted by the pandemic. While the rest of society has been sheltering in place, officers have been working tirelessly to keep communities safe. Though the week was originally meant as a memorial, the country has started using this week to celebrate those who are constantly working hard for their communities. From homemade cookies to meals, departments usually see an uptick in the appreciation they get, but nothing is as important as a thank you. So while the rest of us stay at home or begin to work towards our new normal, let’s honor those who bravely uphold their profession. Those who willingly put their lives on the line to protect ours. So let’s remember the sacrifices made by those who took on this badge and lost it before us. EOW 2020 Trooper Joseph Bullock. Investigator Ryan D. Fortini Police Officer Nick O'Rear. Police Officer Alan McCollum. Major Angelanette Moore. Police Officer Katherine Thyne. Deputy Sheriff Sheldon Whiteman. Officer Tiffany-Victoria Enriquez Officer Kaulike Kalama. Deputy Sheriff Jarid Taylor. Officer Jackson Ryan Winkeler Officer Paul Dunn Officer Nickolas Lee Reyna Detective Amber Joy Leist Officer Tiffany-Victoria Bilon Enriquez Officer Kaulike Kalama Sheriff Officer Sheldon Gordon Whitman Officer Kathrine Mary Thyne Major Angelanette Moore Officer Matthew S. von Seydewitz Officer Alan Daniel McCollum Sheriff Officer Richard Edward Whitten Officer Nick O’Rear Officer Kenneth Reid Lester Detective James Traver Kirk Sheriff Officer Donna Richardson-Below Officer Shirley Lanning Officer David KellyWood Corporal Andrew J. Brent William Perry-Scrimshire Sergeant James R. O’Connor, IV Officer Christpher Ryan Walsh Sheriff Officer Kenterrous Taylor Sheriff Officer Christpher Scott-Korzilius Correction Officer IV Amanda L. DeLeon Officer Kaia LaFay Grant Captain Johnathan Parnell Trooper Justin R. Schaffer Trooper Nolan James Sanders Sergeant Ben Jenkins Commander Greg Carnicle Sheriff Officer Kirk A. Coker Detective Marylou Armer Sheriff Officer Syprasseuth “Bud” Phouangphrachanh Sheriff Officer Jeff Hopkins Sheriff Officer Terrell Young Officer Marco DiFranco Sheriff Officer Shannon Bennett Correction Officer IV Kelvin D. Wilcher Officer Breann Leath Sergeant Clifford W. Martin, Sr. Chief of Police Terry Engle Chief of Police Robert William Sealock Sheriff Officer Jeremy Ladue Officer Jose Fontanez Sergeant Joseph Spinosa Detective Alex Ruperto Officer Ronald Newman Officer Justin Putnam Probation and Parole Agent Kaitlin Marie Cowley Warden Wilmot Sandlin “Sandy” McCain Corporal Lawrence Onley Officer Christopher Eric Ewing Correction Officer V. Jonathan Keith Goodman Officer Dan Walters Chaplain II Akbar N. Shabazz Officer Joseph Cappello Patrolman Gary Walter Agent Miguel Martinez-Ortiz Lieutenant Glenn Dale Hutto,Jr. Sheriff Officer John Andrew Rhoden Correction Officer Coy D. Coffman, Jr. Correction Officer V James D. Coleman Officer Mark Hall, Jr. Sergeant Randall C. French Detention Deputy Timothy De La Fuente Officer Jason Knox Officer Micheal S. Mosher Sergeant Lionel Q. Martinez K9 Hondo K9 Thor K9 Niki A HERO NEVER DIES
May the happy occasion of Thanksgiving bring you all an abundance of love and joy, lots of prosperity and good health. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Thanksgiving to all. Let’s eat and watch Football all day long 🦃
Today is Officer Appreciation Day Thank you, For the time you took the oath. For the time you responded for our need. For your service. For your security. For your bravery. For our Peace. Thank you! For our protection. For your courage. For our safety. For your sacrifice. For the time you’ve left your family. For the time you risk it all. Thank you to all my brothers and sisters, active or retired today we celebrate you. Be careful and stay safe. Miriam Martinez, MARTINEZ Security and Investigations, LLC. #7932.
Land of the FREE because of the BRAVE We honor the fallen, we honor their sacrifice, we pray for their families. We thank God for those who died for our Freedom. We reflect upon our blessings as a Nation. God bless America 🇺🇸
REPOSTING for your safety Rideshare safety tips especially for women Nowadays we are using Uber/Lyft/taxi or other means of transportation to get us to and from locations. Plan ahead Before you request a ride, think about where you’re headed and review the safety features in the app so you know how to use them. Get in the right car Before you get in the car, check that license plate, driver photo, and driver name all match what’s listed in the app. Uber rides can only be requested through the app, so never get in a car with a driver who claims to be with Uber and offers a ride. Protect your information There’s no need to share your phone number or other contact information with your driver. If a rider and driver need to contact each other, the Uber app automatically anonymizes both phone numbers to protect everyone’s privacy. Follow your intuition There’s no need to share your phone number or other contact information with your driver. If a rider and driver need to contact each other, the Uber app automatically anonymizes both phone numbers to protect everyone’s privacy. Don’t get lock in It takes a few seconds before getting into a unfamiliar vehicle first check the child lock if it is in the check up or down position. If it’s in the lock position don’t get into that vehicle. Report them to the agency immediately. Don’t get lock in. Miriam Martinez Martinez Security and Investigations, LLC #7932
Last night while responding to a 3 car collision, officer Corona was shot and killed. She was only 22 years old. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends and Department. 👮🏻‍♀️💙 May the Lord hold you tight in his embrace, may he send comfort to your family, and may the vigilant police officers find the coward who shot and killed you. Rest Easy Officer Corona. E.O.W - 1/10/2019
The face of a Hero Chicago Police Officer Samuel Jimenez. Shot and killed in the line of duty responding to a shooter at Mercy Hospital. Ran towards the gunfire knowing the risk so that he could stop the senseless wounding and killing of innocent people. He sacrificed so that others can go home to their loved ones, even though his family and children will be without him. No Greater Love, Hath Man, Than To Lay Down Their Life For Others. - John 15:13 Please remember him, his family, and others like him that give up their time and sometimes, unfortunately, their lives, so that we may all enjoy peace and safety. Rest easy brother
Rest in Peace Sgt. Helus of Ventura County Sheriff's Office while trying to protect the occupants in the mass shooting at The Borderline Bar & Grill. My prayers go out to the the Officer's family, the 13 victims and their families and those that were injured . Shooter was killed who had a handgun with a high capacity magazine which is certainly not legal in California. God bless those lost, their families and the injured. Rest peacefully brother 🇺🇸 EOW 11/8/2018
Today our thoughts and prayers are with friends and families of the victims at the Tree of Life Synagogue, Pittsburgh Police Department, and the City of Pittsburgh.
Sad couple of days since the killing of Officer Terrence Carraway, 52, died as a result of a gunshot wound he sustained assisting three Florence County Sheriff’s Department deputies in a barricaded gunman incident. Officer Terrence Carraway served the Florence Police Department for 30 years. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran. Condolences to his family and family of blue. Rest In Peace Brother.