Owner and Lead Investigator, Grady Wilson, brings more than 30 years’ experience to every case.

After 20 years as a police officer specializing in vehicular homicide investigations in Metro Atlanta, Grady brought his talent and passion to private investigation, forming Wilson Investigation Network, LLC in 2008. Over the last decade, WIN has provided clients with confidential and effective service across a variety of cases. Grady and his team operate with integrity and professionalism at every turn.

Official Credentials Include:

  • Georgia License #PDC002402 (Company)
  • Georgia License #PDE048442 (Grady Wilson)
  • Georgia Classroom Instructor #CLTR000981
  • Process Server for Atlantic and Waycross Judicial Circuits
  • Process Server, case by case, for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit
  • Member of the Pierce & Ware County Chambers of Commerce
  • Member and Board Member of Georgia Association of Professional Private Investigators (GAPPI)
  • Member of Georgia Association of Professional Process Servers (GAPPS)
  • Member of Florida Association of Professional Process Servers (FAPPS)
  • Member of National Association of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS)

Our Training

Owner Grady Wilson is a certified classroom instructor who works to develop the next generation of private investigators. All WIN team members receive classroom and on-the-job training to ensure they have the skills necessary to achieve results with the high level of professionalism and discretion clients expect. Grady Wilson has received over 2,500 hours of total training throughout his career.

His Experience Includes Training In:

  • Basic Mandate for Police Officer
  • Institute of Police Technology and Management (ITPM)
  • Pedestrian/Bicycle Accident Investigation
  • Commercial Vehicle Inspection Accident
  • Traffic Accident Reconstruction Level 1 thru 5
  • Computerized Collision Scene Diagram
  • Crash Zone Mapping
  • Autosketch
  • Easy Street Drawing
  • Crime Scene Processing
  • Crash Data Retrieval Technician (black box)
  • Ethics and Professionalism
  • Family Violence
  • Interpersonal Relations / Crisis
  • Temporary Protective Orders