Atlanta Private Investigators – Investigative Solutions, LLC
Mr. Gamble’s impressive military background includes service with the United States Army, 82nd Airborne Division and 1st Battalion 75th Ranger Airborne. He is trained in light weapons and light mortar to include communications and electronic warfare. Mr. Gamble maintained a Top Secret Clearance due to the sensitive nature of his military obligations.
Mr. Gamble is presently involved in investigations of high-profile cases and is certified to instruct executive protection for select clients. Mr. Gamble maintains an active profile in the international protective environment, investigations and consulting. Mr. Gamble has worked in a diverse field of personal protection, with services provided to: Foreign Heads of State, The Royal Family Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, The Royal Family State of Qatar, The Japanese Embassy, Corporate Executives and Entertainers, among other clients. Mr. Gamble served on special assignment, in country, to The Royal Family Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War. He is also certified in 14 types of deep and shallow water diving apparatuses to include: mixed gas, demolitions, search and recovery, Mr. Gamble is certified to a depth of 200 + feet in regards to deep water applications.
Mr. Gamble’s background also includes coordinating Tactical Support Services on the ground in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina and in Florida following Hurricane Rita.
With a combined total of 30 years of experience, Mr. Gamble has served as a Site Commander, Site Coordinator and Detail leader for Fortune 500 and Fortune 50 companies, to include research and development for deep water organizations.
Current Vice President of Investigations “ISPAG”
Investigative and Security Professional Association of Georgia
Mr. Ercole started his law enforcement career as a Military Policeman in 1991. After receiving an honorable discharge, Mr. Ercole began his law enforcement career in the metro Atlanta area, completing all levels of accident investigation and reconstruction training offered by the Georgia Public Safety Training Center. Continuing his training in accident investigation, Mr. Ercole attended many advanced courses at the Institute for Police Technology and Management in Jacksonville, Florida, with much of the training centered on commercial vehicles. After attaining over 500 hours of accident investigation and reconstruction training, Mr. Ercole passed the rigorous testing and was awarded with accreditation by the internationally recognized Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstructionists (A.C.T.A.R.)
Nigel Lange is an 11+ year employee with the State of Georgia, where he serves as an Investigator and Polygraph Examiner based in Atlanta. He serves in a sworn, full-time capacity conducting internal affairs, criminal and pre-employment investigations and polygraph examinations.
Nigel currently serves as the Vice President of the Georgia Polygraph Association.