About InfoMAX Investigations & Bug Sweeps

About InfoMAX Investigations & Bug Sweeps

Dean Gluth, president and founder

Dean Gluth, "The Super Sleuth" is the President and Licensed Private Detective of InfoMAX Investigations & Bug Sweeps in Schaumburg, Illinois. Dean and InfoMAX Investigations & Bug Sweeps are licensed in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin and InfoMAX was incorporated in 1995. InfoMAX primarily conducts workers’ compensation surveillance investigations for insurance companies, TPA's, defense attorneys, law firms and private companies. InfoMAX Investigations & Bug Sweeps provides professional surveillance gathering photo and video evidence. The firm has expanded it’s services to include debugging services using electronic detection sweeps to find and neutralize hidden bugs, microphones, cameras and tracking devices. Our firm can ensure that your privacy is protected in your home, office, car, hotel room or other private space.

Over time, InfoMAX eventually grew to 10 employees (including 5 Full-Time Investigators) while conducting over 6,000 cases in our 21 year history. Dean is a Board Member (and past Treasurer) of ADSAI (Associated Detectives & Security Agencies of Illinois) and is currently the 2nd Vice President of NCISS (National Council of Investigation & Security Services). Dean also maintains membership status with INSPI (Indiana Society of Professional Investigators), PAWLI (Professional Association of Wisconsin Licensed Investigators), ILAPPS (Illinois Association of Professional Process Servers) and the Illinois Chamber of Commerce (where Dean is on the Illinois WC Reform Committee). Finally, Dean is on the Private Detective Board of the IDFPR (Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation).

Recently, Dean was awarded the "Vinson Award For Outstanding Service" from NCISS which is presented to the association member each year who demonstrated outstanding leadership, dedication, and service to the professions of private investigations and security services.

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