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Private Investigator in Broad Channel Queens, NY

  • Accident Investigations
  • Asset Search
  • Background Checks
  • Business to business service
  • Cheating Spouse
  • Child Custody

  • Civil Investigations
  • Computer and Internet Investigations
  • Criminal
  • Custody Investigations
  • Divorce service

  • Domestic
  • Financial and Insurance Fraud
  • Find People
  • Forensic consultant
  • Fraud
  • Harassment and Stalking

  • Identity Theft & Vehicle Tracking
  • Infidelity and Cheating Spouse
  • Insurance Investigations
  • Interviewing (SIU)
  • Matrimonial
  • Missing Persons & Skip Tracing

  • Private investigator
  • Process server
  • Social Media
  • Surveillance
  • Worker's Compensation

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Broad Channel Queens, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Broad Channel is a neighborhood located in Queens, one of the boroughs that make up New York City. It is known as Queens Island Village by the locals, it is the only inhabited island within Jamaica bay with a population of roughly 3.000. The town has a predominantly white population. ZIP code is 11693, it belongs to the Queens Community Board 14, and it is patrolled by the 100th Police Precinct of the NYPD. It is connected to the rest of Queens via subway bridges and roads. By the year 1915, the City had become an exclusive private retreat for New Yorkers seeking to take a break from the busy city life. It’s popularity increased exponentially in 1923 after the construction of the Cross Bay Boulevard was finalized. Although Broad Channel is a part of New York City, life within the Town resembles more that of Nassau County. Anyone looking to move to Broad Channel Island should bear in mind that the waters and marshes surround the community.

For the first time in its history, the town was evacuated in 2011 as a result of Hurricane Irene which caused minor damages to the community. On October 2012, the town was yet again evacuated before Hurricane Sandy devasted the community. There is an IND Rockaway Line subway station in Broad Channel, allowing access to the community via public transportation, bus lines Q52, Q53, QM16, and QM17 also serve the community of Broad Channel. There is a local branch of the Queens Public Library.