Our company’s founder, David “Dexter” Chase has been a licensed investigator in the State of Florida since 1990, after graduating from Florida State University with a B.S. degree in Criminology. Since that time he has specialized in courthouse and corporate research, criminal background and asset investigations and has developed various innovative research methods for nursing home abuse investigations and several class action lawsuits. He is also a member in good standing of the Florida Association of Licensed Investigators, the National Association of Legal Investigators, National Council of Investigation and Security Services and an affiliate member of the Orange County Bar Association. In 2001 he founded EBS Investigations as the president and C.E.O.
In addition he is a certified process server in Brevard, Lake, Citrus, Hernando, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Sumter counties and has been appointed as a Notary Public in the State of Florida. Dexter has also been trained by the Orange County courts to serve as a facilitator on the Apopka Neighborhood Restorative Justice Program, which is a pre-trial program involving first time juvenile offenders. In August of 2003 he completed the Apopka Citizens Police Academy which is a 12-week course that reviews a wide range of law enforcement services, policies and procedures.
On a personal level, he previously served two terms on the FSU Alumni Association Board of Directors as the Vice President of Regional Alumni Clubs and on the Board of Directors for the Seminole Club of Greater Orlando where he has also served as a Past-President. Dexter is also involved with Florida Citrus Sports where he has volunteered on the Stadium Operations Committee, the Media Relations Committee serving the Capital One Bowl, Champs Sports Bowl, Olympic Soccer, and the Gridiron Classic All-Star Game and qualified as a Bowl Scout. He is active with the Apopka Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association and the Greater Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce where he served on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee. He recently became involved in 2010 as a founding board member of the FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice Advisory Board and president of his homeowners association.