Memberships & Awards

Why Organizations Choose PSC, Inc.

Expertise -- Michele Justice, a New Mexico licensed private investigator, started PSC in 2004 to help American Indians protect their communities and children, and meet federal hiring requirements. PSC employs dedicated and skilled security specialists who are always available to provide technical assistance to our clients. PSC has been designated by the FBI as the authorized recipient for numerous Tribes throughout the United States. Ms. Justice also serves as an Adjunct Instructor for the US Graduate School and has been invited to train nationally to clients such as NASA, TSA and the Federal Protective Service.  

Community -- Our commitment has always been to aid in the protection of our families and communities. PSC President Michele Justice, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation and of Hispanic descent, has over 25 years of experience in employee background screening, training development and is recognized as a national expert in personnel security. She has since expanded PSC services to Federal agencies, private agencies and to over 200 Tribal Programs. Continually working with and traveling to our American Indian communities ensures we are always well-informed of the needs of the clients we serve.

Full Services

PSC provides all of the services necessary to fully support Tribal Governments and Private Industries:  

  • Web-based background screening such as on-line criminal history searches, civil searches, character references, employer verifications, vendor verifications; and more.
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  • Adjudication recommendations. All of our recommendations are Federally compliant and are accepted by the Bureau of Indian Education and Office of Justice Services for audit purposes.
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  • Full field investigative reports. Let us do the screening, searching and interviews.
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  • Staff training. All delivered training is recognized by the BIA, IHS, and Indian Head Start.
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  • Policy development. In-house experts work with you to ensure Federal compliance.

National Recognition

PSC has received a number of awards and honors, including the New Mexico SBA Small Business Person of the Year, the Governor's Award for Outstanding New Mexico Women, the American Indian Business of the Year Award, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Top 100 Businesses Blue Ribbon Award and Michele Justice has recently been selected as a TED Presenter for the State of New Mexico.

Introducing the Community Safety Partnership

Our commitment has always been to aid in the protection of our families and communities. For this reason, I am pleased to announce the Community Safety Partnership. The idea stemmed from the end of the Tribal Personnel Security Program sponsored by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. As my Grandfather taught me, there is always a good path no matter how bumpy the road may be. Please take a moment to read all that the Community Safety Partnership has to offer.

PSC has a new physical location!

Please note our new physical location: 

2116 Vista Oeste  

Building 3  

Albuquerque, NM 87120  

 

Our mailing address and phone numbers will remain the same.

Let our team of personnel security and employment background investigation experts help you comply with federal and human resources regulations and ensure the safety of your tribal school, agency, gaming operation, police department, child care center or other tribal organization.

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Certifications

  • 100% woman, minority owned, certified small disadvantaged business with the owner being of Hispanic/Native American descent and an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation
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  • Graduated from the 8(a) certification program through the U. S. Small Business Administration
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  • Licensed and bonded through the State of New Mexico Private Investigator?s Board
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  • Maintain several Tribal licenses and Gaming Licenses

Upcoming Training Events

Tue, January 10, 2017
to Thu, January 12, 2017

Basic Investigation and Adjudication Training
Las Vegas, NV
Tuition: $800.00
details and registration »

Tue, February 7, 2017
to Thu, February 9, 2017

Advanced Investigation and Adjudication Training for Indian Country
Albuquerque, NM
Tuition: $600.00
details and registration »

Fri, April 7, 2017
to Sun, April 9, 2017

Basic Investigation and Adjudication Training for Indian Country
Albuquerque, NM
Tuition: $800.00
details and registration »

Tue, June 13, 2017
to Thu, June 15, 2017

Advanced Investigation and Adjudication Training for Indian Country
Albuquerque, NM
Tuition: $600.00
details and registration »

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