What does a Private Investigator do?
A private / professional Investigator is an individual who is involved in the discovery of facts, often hidden or difficult to discover.
A PI relies on her/his specialist skills, knowledge of sourcing the required information and intelligence to achieve the goal or goals requested by the client.
Like any scientist, the Investigator often starts an enquiry with a hypothesis that needs to be proved or disproved, be it a criminal case, an accident, a disappearance, what happened, how did it happen, is anyone responsible and, if so, how can that responsibility be proved in a manner complying with legal rules surrounding the incident under investigation?
It is never an easy decision to use the services of a Private Investigator. It is essential one applies due diligence in seeking the appropriate Investigator who is absolutely above board and on board with stringent codes of conduct and offers a discreet, confidential and ethical service.
At SuMa Private Investigations Service, we abide by all the rules and regulations of Regulatory Bodies and the ICO and have the National Qualification Certificate: IQ Level 3 Award for Professional Investigators (QCF).
Client welfare, safety, confidentiality, and security are our priorities at all times.