W. Craig Humphrey, IFC
Vice President, Operations
Beginning his investigative experience in 1994, Craig served in various undercover and investigative capacities with local law enforcement agencies, eventually moving to the private sector as a loss prevention manger for a nationwide retail chain.
He joined Case-Closed Investigations in 2001 and was named Vice President in 2005. His responsibilities include case management, field investigations, employee training, surveillance equipment research, and development of the popular Case-Closed Drag-Net service.
Craig received his technical surveillance counter-measures training from the internationally recognized G. F. Bryant Jr., CMAS, CHS-V and received his Electronic Countermeasures Profession License (TSCM) from the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board. He is a certified Mobile Forensics Examiner and attained the professional certification in Insurance Fraud (IFC). His diverse training includes courses from the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Craig is a member of the North Carolina Association of Private Investigators and served on the association’s Ethics & Bylaws Committee and Membership & Public Relations Committee for numerous years.
Community service is a cornerstone of Craig’s life and supports various local charities. He founded Koi Rescue of North Carolina which he operates with his sons and several volunteers. Craig administers the North Carolina Association of Private Investigators’ Amber Alert and Silver Alert notification program, which he designed. This program distributes all Amber and Silver Alerts to all members of the Association.