Expert Private Investigator in Norwich

25 Years Experience With Male & Female Private Investigator Available

A Private Investigator:

A private investigator is most likely to be hired by private and commercial clients to gather evidence on a case. Cases range from matrimonial problems by way of to false disability claims.

Jobs will incorporate the following:

• Process Serving

(Approach serving is official communication to an individual or company, either by actual delivery, or by other techniques to notify them notice of proceedings against them. This can either be delivered by hand or post.)

• Surveillance

(Surveillance may be the monitoring of an individual to see their daily activities and also there behaviour. Individuals carry out surveillance on their partners to prove infidelity or large organizations may possibly do surveillance to prove that a worker just isn't sick when they're paying sick pay to the employer. Surveillance can be a very good solution as it offers factual and photographic evidence which can later be employed in court if necessary.)

• Investigations

(Investigations are undertaken to establish a lot of things including locating lost relatives, the marital status of an individual, locating an individual’s present address, Background checks into a specific person, Asset trace, property ownership, marriages & divorces also employment checks)

• Bugging equipment

(This can be one of two points we offer a tracking device which can be fitted to your vehicle to see the movements with having this device fitted you can see every movement like when the vehicle moves and when it stops and also how long it stops there for. We also offer a lie detector test which is fitted inside of a vehicle to hear all conversations that are made within the car)

All our private investigators are highly experienced and are trained to the highest standards most of our investigators come from a policing or military background.

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Asset Location
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