Glen Buckley is the owner and lead Private Investigator here at 731 Investigations. Before beginning his career in the private sector in 2017, he served with the Jackson Police Department for 13 years. During his time in law enforcement, Glen investigated a full range of cases to include homicides, robberies, thefts, narcotics, gangs, sex crimes, and crimes against children. He served as the department's lead investigator in the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and has been a member of multiple federal task forces. He is a certified cell phone forensic examiner as well as a certified child forensic interviewer. Glen is ready to apply his training and expertise in your case today.
Fred Cunningham is a Tennessee Constable. He has over 20 years’ experience in law enforcement. Fred has helped several law enforcement agencies with surveillance and gathering intel throughout his career. He is a certified chemical weapons instructor through Aerko International. Fred attended Jackson State Community College and graduated from Bethel College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. He specializes in locating people, security and surveillance. When Fred is not working, he enjoys exercising, spending time with family and friends.
Brooke Binkley is a blogger and the producer of The mHERder Podcast. She uses her platform to advocate for Domestic Violence victims, survivors and to raise awareness. Brooke has an inquisitive mind and brings her interview and research skills to 731 Investigations. She graduated from Sullivan University with a degree in Business Administration and is ready to assist you with your case.
Betsy Moon is originally from Atlanta, GA, where she graduated from DeKalb Christian Academy and began her college career with Georgia State University. Betsy moved to Tennessee and attended Belmont University, where she earned a BS in Criminal Justice. She attended MTSU and TSU where she received a Masters degree in Criminal Justice Administration.
Betsy’s work experience within the Criminal Justice field is diverse. She has worked in the probation system for both adult and juvenile offenders. Her passion is in Juvenile Justice, where she spent the majority of her career at Metro Nashville Juvenile Court. She served as an Investigator with DCS in the Office of Child Safety. At DCS, Betsy investigated allegations of child abuse, including death and sexual abuse cases.
She continues to enjoy working with juveniles and assisting them when they find themselves enmeshed in the Criminal Justice system. She enjoys looking for the story behind the crime. She is passionate about the defense of her clients and believes they are deserving of the best representation available. She is proud to be a part of the defense team.
Betsy has over 5 years of experience as a licensed private investigator and recently obtained training and a certification in criminal mitigation.