Street Smart Security Consultants is a unique team of professional investigators and county constables designed to meet all of your investigative and litigation needs. Our investigative office is headquartered in Malden Square, Massachusetts just footsteps from Malden’s Government Center. Our constable offices are located in Malden, Medford and Somerville, Massachusetts to meet the needs of businesses and individuals from those communities.

StreetSmart-InvestigatorsStreet Smart Security Consultants maintains active memberships in the Licensed Private Detectives Association of Massachusetts as well as the Massachusetts Bay Constables Association. These strategic partnerships allow us to provide investigative and constable services to every city and town in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We are also a member of NCISS, The National Council of Investigation and Security Services which allows us to provide investigation and security services across the nation and worldwide.

Competitive rates and exceptional results are the top two reasons that clients choose Street Smart Security Consultants again and again. This, coupled with over 25 years of experience, dedication and integrity make us the best choice for your needs in Middlesex, Suffolk and Essex County.

StreetSmart Security Consultants is licensed, bonded and insured to conduct investigative business and constable services in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We are committed to investigative excellence! We offer our investigation and constable services to individuals, the legal community, corporations, government agencies and professional organizations.

Mr. Alan Bishop, the company’s owner, has been a part of the investigative and security fields for over twenty-five years. During this time, he has held a variety of executive level positions including investigative management and security management positions on the local, district, regional, national and international level for multiple, Fortune 500 corporations in the United States and Canada. These companies include Osco Drug Stores, Purity Supreme Supermarkets, Child World Toy Stores, Jordan Marsh Company, Mervyn’s Department Stores, HomeGoods, Computer City Superstores, AutoZone, Airborne Express and DHL Express.

Mr. Bishop received basic municipal police experience while serving as a Special Police Officer for the cities of Somerville, Revere and Chelsea, Massachusetts for a period of seven years. He received his license as a Private Investigator in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 2000. In 2001 he was appointed as a Municipal Constable for the communities of Malden, Medford and Somerville, Massachusetts where he continues to serve under these appointments.

Mr. Bishop is a graduate of Bunker Hill Community College in Charlestown, Massachusetts. In 1986 he earned an Associates of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Retail Management. He is a 1982 graduate of Somerville High School, where he also studied Business Administration and Distributive Education. In 1982 he served as the DECA Class President at Somerville High School and in 1983 he served as the Massachusetts DECA State Reporter for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Education located in Quincy, Massachusetts. In 1989 he earned a certificate in Professional Interview and Interrogation from Wicklander & Zulawski Associates in Schaumburg, Illinois. In 1991 he earned a second certificate in Advanced Professional Interview and Interrogation from Wicklander & Zulawski Associates. In 2003 he earned a certificate in the Reid Interview and Interrogation Techniques from John Reid and Associates.

Mr. Bishop is affiliated with a number of professional organizations. He is a member of the Licensed Private Detectives Association of Massachusetts (LPDAM) and currently serves on the LPDAM Board of Directors. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bay Constables Association (MBCA) a member of the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) and a member of the National Council of investigation and Security Services (NCISS)

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