Who we are
Central Maine Investigations is a professional private investigative agency serving the State of Maine. Contact us to schedule a free consultation today.
Chief Professional Investigator
Kyle J. Pantermoller, BSCJ, P.I.
Master of Arts in Organizational Management; Ashford University; In-progress
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice; Park University; 2016
Technical Sergeant; United States Air Force; 2008 - 2019
Experience and Accomplishments
Kyle J. Pantermoller is a Veteran of the United States Air Force having served from 2008 until 2019. During his time in the military, Pantermoller held a number of critical position certifications within his career field, including Airfield Manager, Noncommissioned Officer In-Charge of Airfield Management Training, Noncommissioned Officer In-Charge of Unit Safety, and Airfield Management Operations Supervisor. In these positions, Pantermoller worked closely with foreign allies, multiple federal agencies, and ranking military personnel to conduct operations and advance the mission.
In addition, Pantermoller;
Conducted airport safety inspections to ensure safe operating conditions for $149 Million worth of military aircraft
Assisted in aviation mishap investigations to determine causes and implement strategies to mitigate future occurrences
Served as an emergency response dispatcher and coordinated the dispatch of 12 first-responding agencies
Managed the workplace safety program and enforced compliance with military and OSHA safety requirements
Received the 2010 Air Force Global Strike Command ‘Airman of the Year’ Award
Received three Air Force Good Conduct Medals for 11 years of honorable military service
After an honorable discharge from the military, Pantermoller returned home to Maine and accepted a position in Asset Protection with a large retail department store chain, in addition to becoming a State of Maine licensed professional investigator and opening his business, Central Maine Investigations, LLC.
After joining the military, Pantermoller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice at Park University in 2016 with a strong emphasis on concepts related to Social Psychology, the branch of psychology that deals with social interactions, including their origins and their effects on the individual. His thesis discussing the evolution of cyberstalking in the modern technological era earned a near-perfect score and furthered his desire to explore modern issues in Criminal Justice.
After a short break in his education, Pantermoller enrolled in a graduate program at Ashford University, starting work towards a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Management with an expected graduation date of Spring 2020. While a degree in Criminal Justice is useful to understand the discipline itself, a graduate degree will allow growth into other areas; including, training, consulting, and expert testimony.