Are You a Victim of Inappropriate Use of Force?

Two percent of contacts between individuals and police result in a use-of-force complaint (2015, U.S. Department of Justice). But if you are among the 2%, it can cause feelings of helplessness and frustration, in addition to potential physical injuries.

Recent public concerns about use of force have led to new regulations and monitoring, such as police dashboard and body cameras. But even with these improvements, you may have to battle layers of law enforcement bureaucracy to make your case.

Parker’s 30-year career with Georgia Bureau of Investigation encompassed hands-on experience with investigations of local and state law enforcement procedures, including police use of force complaints. Parker is able to read reports with a trained eye, within the context of established police policies. The ability to identify subtle clues and discrepancies in reports and interviews can lead to evidence that is critical to finding truth.

Types of Police Use of Force Cases

  • Excessive Force
  • False Arrest
  • Unreasonable Search
  • Improper Use of Firearms
  • Injury to Restrained Suspects

Put Parker’s 30 years’ experience to work for you.

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How We Do It

Parker will develop a case strategy for your specific circumstances. Drawing from a broad array of investigative techniques and services, your case will be managed to maximize effectiveness and minimize costs.

  • Crime Scene Review

    Find overlooked clues and evidence.

  • Evidence Review

    Bring an objective, professional eye to evidence and police reports.

  • Computer & Cell Phone Forensics

    Uncover hidden evidence in email, texts, photos, even GPS location records.

  • Polygraph Test

    Properly performed polygraph tests can verify or disprove claims.

  • Blood Spatter Analysis

    Draw conclusions by analyzing blood stains from crime scenes

  • Documented Interviews

    Parker has conducted 30,000 interviews of witnesses and suspects.

  • Statement Analysis

    Determine truthfulness by examining the way witnesses and suspects phrase answers in interviews.

  • Surveillance

    Photos and video captured by investigators can be compelling evidence.

  • Undercover Operations

    Gather critical intelligence by getting inside groups and organizations.

  • Backgrounds & Research

    Important evidence is often found in databases and government records.

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