Friday, November 9, 2012

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc celebrated its 15 Year Anniversary


Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. was proud to celebrate its 15 year anniversary on Wednesday, November 7, 2012.

Having started as a 1 man operation in the home of CEO, Michael P Rolfes, Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc now employs 60 people in Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana.

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. specializes in unarmed & armed security services, insurance, missing person, auto accident investigations & surveillance.  We are also a FCRA certified pre-employment and pre-tenant screening provider with approved access to credit reports for that purpose.

Our senior command staff are as follows:

Michael P Rolfes, CEO, Chief Investigator and Security Officer
Craig W Durstock, Assistant Chief in Charge of Security Operations
Stephanie Reeves, Captain in Charge of the Dayton, OH region
Michael Sockrider, Captain in Charge of the Cincinnati Ohio Western Region
Joseph R White, Captain in Charge of the Cincinnati Ohio Eastern Region
Brian Moyer, Sergeant in Charge of the Terre Haute, Indiana Region

Monday, August 13, 2012

New Security Contract

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that they took over security services at Felda Iffco, LLC,  an omega oil production company located at 4700 Este Ave, Cincinnati, OH.

We appreciate the opportunity to be your security services provider.

Friday, August 10, 2012

BOLO Parental Abduction

The subject, Rachel King Wahlman, is the non-custodial parent. She may be armed with a handgun and rifle. They were last seen in Circleville, OH.


Monday, July 9, 2012

PRESS RELEASE: Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. expands ATM alarm response in Indiana.




PRESS RELEASE

JULY 6, 2012


Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is pleased to announced that it has expanded it ATM response operations agreement to include Muncie, Indianapolis, Terre Haute, and Evansville - all in Indiana effective Friday, July 6, 2012. Welcome aboard to our 15 new employees from over the state of Indiana.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Kristen Kurtz released from the custody of the Hamilton Co Sheriff


Kristen Kurtz



was released from the custody of the Hamilton Co Sheriff
after Judge West lowered her bond to OR with Electronic Monitoring
from the original $50,000 bond that he set in April. 
She will have to wear an ankle tracking device until her cases are resolved.

In addition, Ms. Kurtz's parole was reinstated by the Ohio Parole Authority
on May 9, 2012. However, upon a new conviction she may be subject to new
parole violations and sent back to prison.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Kristen Kurtz has been arrested and is facing additional drug charges

OFFICIAL INVESTIGATIONS & SECURITY SERVICES, INC.
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT KRISTEN KURTZ WAS ARRESTED ON MAY 9, 2012, BY CINCINNATI POLICE WHILE SMOKING CRACK COCAINE IN A VEHICLE.

SHE IS BEING HELD WITHOUT BOND ON HER PAROLE VIOLATION, $50,000 CASH OR SURETY FOR POSSESSION OF CRACK COCAINE IN 2011, AND $1,000 ON THE NEW CHARGES OF POSSESSION OF CRACK COCAINE.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Wanted for Failure to Appear & Parole Violation

Kristen Kurtz, 8/17/1982, is wanted by the Hamilton Co Ohio Sheriff's Dept for Failure to Appear on Cocaine Possession charges and parole violation by the Ohio Dept of Rehabilitation and Correction.

The warrants are nationwide with $50,000 bond and no bond respectively.


Tuesday, April 3, 2012

CEO Michael P Rolfes is now certified as Civilian Taser Instructor


Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that Michael P Rolfes is now a certified Civilian Taser Instructor.  Michael is permitted to train the general public and security officers in the proper, lawful and safe use of Taser devices. His certification is valid until April 2, 2014.



Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is a licensed Taser dealer. www.c2taserstore.com

Friday, March 23, 2012

Wanted for shooting a 4 year old

Cincinnati Police need your help locating a Silver Honda with Ohio license plate ERB 5056.

The 4 year old was shot through the buttocks and will make a full recovery.

Call Crimestoppers 513-352-3040 or email fugitive@officialinvestigations.com

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Lightbar for sale

Check out this item I found on eBay:

Whelen Slimlighter Amber/Amber Used but in Perfect Condition

Link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Whelen-Slimlighter-Amber-Amber-Used-but-Perfect-Condition-/330700562948

(Sent from eBay Mobile for Android)

Friday, March 2, 2012

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. provides response to disaster areas





Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is able to respond to your business to provide armed security services to protect your property to prevent looting or further damage until your alarm system is repaired or your property is fully secured.

If you need our assistance, please call 513-931-7448 or 800-477-8419.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. CEO Michael P Rolfes saves the life of a man....





Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is proud to state that its CEO, Michael P Rolfes, saved the life of a man, who had gone into respiratory arrest and crashed his vehicle today into a street lamp on Clifton Ave, near the UC campus. Michael P Rolfes was en route to his residence after conducting an investigation to locate a wanted fugitive.

Michael was alerted to the incident by several passerby's who were screaming that the man in the SUV was slumped over in the seat and was turning blue. Several attempts were made to get into the vehicle but a screwdriver and window center punch failed to smash out the back window. Another passerby provided a hammer which successfully allowed the bystanders to gain entry into the vehicle while Michael P Rolfes set up his medical supplies to provide CPR.

The young man had a pulse but only had agonal respirations.  Michael P Rolfes, a National Safety Council licensed instructor and licensed First Responder in Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana, began providing rescue breaths.  He maintained a pulse throughout. After 10-12 minutes, the man regained consciousness, was talking with the Cincinnati Fire EMS crew and was transported to University Hospital in Cincinnati.