Private Investigators


Corporate & Private

The work of an investigator is very much that of a problem solver. Each and every case is unique and personal to the client – be it a corporation or an individual. To be a good investigator you need a variety of skills.
You need to be methodical in your approach, be tenacious, have an eye for detail, be able to absorb information gathered in a variety of formats and have patience. Above all you need to be experienced in undertaking investigations.
With over 50 years of hands-on experience as a detective our team leader is someone who has earned a reputation for getting the job done.

A career in Specialist Operations at Scotland Yard and actively involved in many major investigations which continue to be noteworthy. The Iranian Embassy Siege, the bombing of The Grand Hotel in Brighton, the Brinks Matt robbery, the murder of undercover police officer John Fordham, the murder of WPC Yvonne Fletcher outside the Libyan Peoples Bureau. Liaison officer for the Anti-Terrorist Branch to Special Forces. Involved in many arrests and interrogations of terrorists and major criminals during the 1970’s and 1980’s.

Trained in surveillance, forensic science, firearms, interrogation techniques and experienced in undertaking complex investigations together with preparing cases for court and giving evidence at Court including the Old Bailey on multiple occasions you can be assured we can provide an investigation service second to none.

On leaving the Police and starting in the private sector our team leader has continued to excel. From running surveillance operations in the UK and overseas, to providing covert security to persons at high risk, to serving legal documents on many high-profile individuals, to undertaking complex investigations.

Should you wish to consult with us on any matter please do so in the knowledge that we will treat your enquiry in the strictest of confidence. Initial consultation is free of charge.