Private detectives who conduct investigations on:

  • Public behavior and morality of a person;
  • Data on the solvency and seriousness of a potential natural or legal person in a business;
  • Search for evidence and counter evidence needed in trials;
  • Search and identification of witnesses participating in litigation;
  • Other investigative activities required by defendants in trial;
  • Missing persons;
  • Pre and post-matrimonial information;
  • Causes of marital absenteeism, betrayal, or duplicative behavior;
  • Drug use and youth protection;
  • Verification and supervision of minors' entourage;
  • Taking samples or information in audio and video format;
  • People identification by home address, phone number, CNP, or vehicle registration number;
  • Business frauds (bad payers, organized networks for fraud, etc.);
  • Goods subject to civil or criminal litigation for the purpose of prejudicing the interests of parties to proceedings and recovery activities;
  • Ensuring protection against leakage of information from the privacy sphere or the activity of economic agents wishing to maintain their confidentiality;
  • Searching for and obtaining the necessary evidence and counter-evidence in resolving civil or criminal disputes;
  • Identifying the true author of a text;
  • Detection of willful counterfeiting of a person's writing or signature;
  • Detection of erasure or addition counterfeits;
  • Establishing the conditions in which an inscription was made: in a state of intoxication, when the author is ill, in old age, under awkward conditions, etc.;
  • The authenticity of seals or stamp prints;
  • The authenticity of inscriptions or official documents;
  • The age of an inscription;
  • Detecting means of listening, audio-video recording in offices, conference rooms, hotels, dwellings, etc. ;
  • Specialist investigations in support of human resources offices to establish employees' loyalty or to perform hiring checks to determine compatibility with job requirements;
  • Psychological studies and assessments (including polygraph testing for simulated behavior detection);
  • Surveillance and investigations to detect and capture material and intellectual evasion, or to document destructive actions;
  • Verifying and testing how the hired security company carries out its specific tasks;
  • Obtaining and verifying data on an economic agent who is interested in the conclusion and conduct of the business;
  • Risk analysis to avoid exposure to low-performance;
  • Expert advice on finding practical ways to reduce risk and prevent unwanted events;
  • Other investigations and consultations on detectivist issues at the express request of the clients.
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