Private Investigator Dustin Grate

Since February 2005, Reno private Investigator Dustin Grate has proudly owned and operated Grate Detections, LLC, and Priority1. We are the ONLY firm in Nevada able to conduct ALL services that we offer. We are able to conduct any type of investigative needs under the provisions of Private Investigations, Process Serving and Private Patrolman, Drug testing, Finger Printing and more, With over 100 years of combined experiences in the business. We are also able to conduct Mobile Drug Testing, and Mobile Finger Printing, coming to you we can conduct Drug tests for Pre-Hire, Post Accident, and Reasonable Suspicion by way of urine and hair testing along with 80 – hour alcohol testing. We now offer LIVESCAN Finger Printing.

I can do all things through Him who gives me strength. – Philippians 4:13

It’s not doing what we can for our clients, it’s doing more than the client expects!

Private Investigator Dustin Grate: Grate Detections Reno

Private Investigator Dustin Grate: Grate Detections Reno

Dustin has classes in Criminal Justice, POST Certificates and classes dealing with Psychology studies.  He has a continued education from the University of Nevada Reno, Western Nevada College, and Truckee Meadows Community College.

Private Investigator Dustin Grate has a Law enforcement and Juvenile Drug Enforcement background with local agencies, followed up with 16 continued years of investigations 25 years of combined experience in law enforcement, investigations and drug testing, and over 100 years of combined experience behind our firm to include Private Investigations, Private Patrol and Process Serving.  Followed up with 20+ years of Mobile Drug Testing Services being certified by Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA)

Recognized and highly respected in the Reno, Sparks, Carson City, and Douglas County areas bringing extensive experience in both Criminal Defense and Prosecution Investigations and certified as an expert witness in investigations and drug testing.

Dustin has worked on a multitude of Death Penalty cases as the Defense Investigator along with numerous Murder Cases, Attempted Murder Cases, Sexual Assault Cases, and many other types of “High Profile Cases.”

Private investigator Dustin Grate is proficient in AutoCAD, regularly producing drawing and diagrams for professional exhibits, and visual aids in court cases.

Recognized volunteer for local Big Brother Big Sister, Wrestling coach for Washoe County School District, Counselor at a local church, School resource officer, Lacrosse coach and Archery Coach.

Private Investigator Dustin Grate is a Black Belt in Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, Gary Grate Jiu-Jitsu, assistant instructor for the kids’ program and continual learning student.

Grate Detections, LLC was established in 2007 conducting Mobile Drug Testing, bringing even more opportunity and options we have the following NV PILB # 1782 -1782a/1782b/1782c and CA PI 188095 licenses after 19 continued years of investigations behind us, we are the ones to trust.

Private Investigator Requirements

Private Investigator Dustin Grate has successfully met or exceeded the criteria to become a license private investigator in the state of Nevada:

Meet Basic Requirements:

    • Be at least 21 years old.
    • Be a United States citizen or legal resident.
    • Have no felony convictions.

Licensing Exam:

    • In Nevada, passing a licensing exam may be required. The exam typically covers relevant laws, investigative techniques, and ethical considerations.

Submit Application:

    • Complete the necessary application forms provided by the Nevada Private Investigator Licensing Board.

Background Check:

    • Expect a thorough background check as part of the application process. This may include fingerprinting.

Maintain Continuing Education:

    • Some states require private investigators to participate in continuing education courses to stay updated on industry trends and laws.

Maintain Good Standing:

    • Adhere to ethical standards and conduct yourself in a professional manner to maintain your license.

Always consult the most recent information from the Nevada Private Investigator Licensing Board or the relevant regulatory body, as licensing requirements can change over time. It’s also a good idea to consider joining professional organizations for private investigators, as they can provide additional resources and support.