Hiring a Private Investigator Service Online?

Quick check list before you instruct.

Private Investigators utilise a range of techniques to obtain information for a private individual, legal firms, local authorities and businesses.

When you need evidence and information to assist your case here are a few points to consider before you go ahead...

Is the private Investigator registered with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO)?

The assignment instructions will contain personal private & confidential information so the professional private investigator must be registered with the ICO and will respect and comply with personal data regulations. The evidence your investigator has acquired must has been gathered lawfully so is of value and admissible for any possible court proceedings. These laws protect your safety and prevent people infringing on yours and others human rights. As the most common form of investigation is surveillance a Private Investigator can not trespass on private property or violate any stalking laws.

Is the private investigator a member of a regulatory organisation?

The reason this is advisable to check is because the Association of British Investigators operate a self-regulation system so all members are accountable and are required to be professionally trained.

Also members agree to updated criminal record checks plus hold full insurance so adhere to regulations and procedures.

For a free and confidential telephone consultation call 020 393 03233 and we will be pleased to discuss how we can assist you.

Our Principal Investigator is a Member of The Association of British Investigators (ABI) & the United Kingdom Professional Investigators Network (UKPIN) Plus IQ Level 3 Award for Professional Investigators. Received an MA Degree in Criminology and BSc (Hons) in Forensic Science.

M Private Investigations are registered with the Information Commissioners Office and hold Professional Indemnity Insurance.

Free Consultations with a Private Investigator Call 020 3930 3233