Amy Doerner

Private Investigator and K9 handler Amy Doerner with one of her detection dogs
Owner and Lead Investigator

A former manager & investigator of a large Los Angeles Private Investigation firm for over 15 years, owner and Lead Investigator / K9 Handler Amy Doerner understands the importance and sensitivity of a situation that brings you to a private investigator. Some who come to her are in the midst of a very stressful time in their lives. Having a private investigator on your side that has this sensitivity and the ability to get the job done for you is priceless.

Amy is active in the K9 community. Bringing K9 detection into Doerner Investigations was an easy decision. Merging her love and passion for working with dogs with the Investigative world has been an exciting addition to the company. “Feeling like we (my canines and I) are making a difference in the community is why I do this”.

Also being committed to continuing education, Amy keeps up-to-date on changes in the industry and laws, and adopts new tools and technologies that benefit her practice as a private Investigator in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties.

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While the decision to choose a Private Investigator may be difficult at times, rest assured that Doerner Investigations is committed to providing the information you need for your peace of mind.

To read a full interview with Amy Doerner, where she talks about how she became a private eye, and current industry trends, click here.

Los Angeles Area Private Detective

Amy and her Private Investigator team serve vast swaths of Southern California - from Los Angeles County up through Santa Barbara County. We provide Private Investigation and Detection Dog services in Malibu, Calabasas, Thousand Oaks, Ventura, Simi Valley, Oxnard, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Camarillo, Inglewood, Glendale, Pasadena, Burbank and more!

The Doerner Private Investigation team has the experience, expertise and discretion needed to get the job done.

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