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Francis W. Gasper

Francis W. Gasper

Gasper Investigations, LLC
547 S. 7th Street,
Bismarck, ND 58504

Cell: 914-584-2225  

Current Location: 903 N Mandan Street, Bismarck, ND 58501

Curriculum Vitae (CV) - download

Website: www.gasperinvestigations.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-gasper/

Retired: 3/2021 as special agent

Where: Minneapolis Division

FBI Service: 26 Years

PI Lic#: 115002658
Exp: 05/31/2023
Issued: IL

PI Lic#: 588
Exp: 09/30/2022
Issued: ND

PI Lic#: 11000221129
Exp: 02/9/2024
Issued: NY

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Francis (Frank) Gasper is the Principal of Gasper Investigations, LLC., a private investigation firm which he founded in 2021 after a 25-year career as a Special Agent in the FBI. Frank has a law degree from Villanova University, worked as an Assistant District Attorney in NY where he remains a member of the NY bar.

Gasper Investigations specializes in complex litigation support, corporate fraud investigations (both internal and external), background checks, and resolving employee misconduct issues. Frank Gasper brings vast experience from the FBI where he specialized in white collar crime, public corruption, and prosecuting sexual abuse. Frank began his career in Organized Crime as part of the unit that targeted the NY Bonanno family. In 2019 he received the US Attorney Gen

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Francis (Frank) Gasper is the Principal of Gasper Investigations, LLC., a private investigation firm which he founded in 2021 after a 25-year career as a Special Agent in the FBI. Frank has a law degree from Villanova University, worked as an Assistant District Attorney in NY where he remains a member of the NY bar.

Gasper Investigations specializes in complex litigation support, corporate fraud investigations (both internal and external), background checks, and resolving employee misconduct issues. Frank Gasper brings vast experience from the FBI where he specialized in white collar crime, public corruption, and prosecuting sexual abuse. Frank began his career in Organized Crime as part of the unit that targeted the NY Bonanno family. In 2019 he received the US Attorney General’s Award for fraud prevention after shutting down a multi-million-dollar international fraud ring that targeted the elderly in the US and Canada.

Frank is licensed as a Private Investigator in North Dakota, New York and Illinois. He served in the Marine Corps for 28 years, reaching the rank of Lt. Colonel.

Frank is the recipient of the 2019 US Attorney General Award for Fraud Prevention, the 2018 US Attorney for North Dakota Victims Assistance Award and was named a 2016 Bismarck Tribune Person of the Year.

New York Department of State License #11000221129

Illinois License #115002658

North Dakota License #588

Member of New York Bar

 

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