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Private Investigator in Coney Island Brooklyn, 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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Coney Island Brooklyn, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Coney Island is part of the Brooklyn Township of New York in the United States, precisely in the southwestern part of the district. In addition to being a commercial and residential neighborhood, it also an entertainment area. Coney Island bordered by Gravesend to the north, Lower New York Bay to the south, Sea Gate to the west, and Manhattan Beach and Brighton Beach to the east. Previously, it had become the westernmost area of the Outer Barrier Islands on the south coast of Long Island. Later, it became a peninsula in the early 20th century, connected by an embankment to the rest of Long Island County.

Brooklyn Community District 13 is home to the Coney Island community and New York City Council District 47 is the diplomatic representative in case of a political issue. The 60th Precinct of the New York City Police Department maintains a secure perimeter for residents. The New York City Fire Department provides the services of Engine 318/Ladder 166 and Engine 245/Ladder 161/Battalion 43 and it assigned codes 11232 and 11220 for the postal service.  The 2010 U.S. Census recorded 31,965 residents on Coney Island.

Originally, a section of the colonial city of Gravesend was home to the Coney Island neighborhood. The area had become a spa by the mid-nineteenth century and the construction of amusement parks on the site began in the late nineteenth century. During the first half of the 20th century, the attractions reached a historic peak. It also has primary and secondary schools, local bus routes and is well connected by the New York City subway.