Criminal Investigations

Independent criminal investigations for individuals

Criminal investigations concern themselves with gathering the evidence required to either prove or disprove that a crime has taken place. While many criminal investigations are left to the police, more and more people are choosing independent criminal investigations to make sure they get the justice they deserve. If you feel as if you need private assistance to investigate a crime, you’re in the right place.

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What exactly is an independent criminal investigation?

An independent criminal investigation allows you to establish the parameters of a criminal case using your own rules. The police are often faced with having to work with limited resources or in a way that you are unhappy with. An independent criminal investigation will allow you to:

  • Establish what has happened and who is responsible.

  • Avoid delays experienced by police investigations.

  • Investigate a case that has perhaps been closed by the police.

  • Complete control over how your investigation is carried out.
     

Irrespective of whether you’ve been accused of a crime or the victim of a crime, if you’re not getting the support you need from the police, it may be time to think about launching your own private criminal investigation. Contact us today to discuss your options.

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Contact us for Criminal Investigations

We provide investigative services for the legal profession, corporate clients and the general public.

Our Private Investigators work for private individuals, corporate clients and as sub-contractors to other Private Investigators and agencies. We offer a wealth of experience, with fully trained, experienced male and female operatives operating all across the country.

We also fully understand that this may well be a stressful time and would like to assure you that we treat every enquiry we receive in the strictest of confidence and in accordance with the guidelines of the Data Protection Act of 2018.