A private investigator, also known as a private detective, is a person licensed to investigate, to gather private information, and conduct surveillance; to investigate phone 1300 966 103, email email@example.com, or 24/7 Contact Us, free quotes. A private investigator is generally required to undergo a background check, prior to being licensed, all are not equal as investigators. When you need a private investigation, private investigator surveillance, research to verify facts, to confirm or deny a suspicion, to investigate, we provide that service. Ex-Police and experienced investigators.
We are an Australian private investigator service. We cover Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia, the Northern Territory, and Canberra (ACT). We are a network of investigators, experienced across a range of services, including surveillance, factual investigation, research, and background checks.
Private investigator surveillance is legal, when done correctly, by a licensed investigator. The evidence obtained can be used for court, a tribunal, negotiation or personal information. Private investigator surveillance, private detective surveillance, is the discreet observation of an an unaware subject, the recording of supporting evidence of those observations, it is design to not be intrusive, but to record here and now occurrences.
Private investigator factual investigations are the overt acts of investigating. This includes things such as searching for witnesses, taking affidavits, conducting interviews, locating evidence, and preparing briefs for court. Factual investigation, circumstance investigation, is about investigating something that has already occurred, gathering information, and evidence.
Research binds the private investigation together. It is the searching of paid indexes, free information, electronic devices, and other information sources, to assist the investigation. We are experienced in this form of research; we have been investigating for over 30 years.
An Australian background check is harder than that of most countries. Australia has a Privacy Act that tends to protect the guilty more than the innocent (but not from the Government, which has granted itself extraordinary powers to spy on the population). We conduct a background check, Australia or international. We must comply with this act whilst searching for information, which increases the difficulty, but does not make it impossible.