Our licensed private investigators have a wide variety of skills and diverse backgrounds. With 30+ years of experience, we have an excellent track record of providing high quality investigation services. From start to finish, our knowledgeable, discreet, and detail oriented staff goes above and beyond to manage your expectations, remain 100% confidential and update you daily as events unfold on your case.
We rely on the best investigative technology and techniques, and comply with the industry’s leading standards for surveillance, locating, record search, and process services.
You might think that a private investigator would have no role in a criminal investigation. Crimes committed are the province of law enforcement: it is up to the police to investigate and solve crimes. Why bring a private detective in on the case? Is it even legal to do so?
The answer to the first question is simple: law enforcement is not infallible, nor do they always have the time and manpower to investigate a crime they might not consider a high priority. If you are the victim, however, solving your crime is of the highest priority to you, regardless of how the police view it. If your desire is really to get to the bottom of things, you need someone investigating on your own behalf – and that someone would be a private investigator.
Our operatives at Nationwide Legal Investigations are law enforcement-trained and know their way around a criminal investigation.
Involving a private detective in a criminal case is not unusual. Most P.I.s are able to work in cooperation with law enforcement, their joint goal being to solve the crime. That certainly is how we work at Nationwide Legal Investigations: the more brainpower working on a case, the faster the solution will be found. The client should understand that we are not trying to outsmart the police or to overstep their authority: at the heart of any good investigation is the desire to uncover the truth.
You have no control over the actions of law enforcement: they aren’t answerable to you directly, and they operate with their own priorities. A private detective, however, is working for you: he can stay on the job as long as is necessary, his goal being to solve the crime in a manner that is satisfactory to the client. He has two things on his side that the police often lack: time and patience. People often feel frustrated by the police’s perceived lack of responsiveness – that alone is good enough reason to bring in a P.I. on a criminal case.
A private investigator may also be your only way of solving a case that the police have abandoned. At Nationwide Legal Investigations we frequently take on “cold” cases. Through perseverance and grit, we have managed to uncover the answers for which our clients had been searching, often for years.
There is another situation in which the hiring of a private detective on a criminal matter is imperative: in the event that you should find yourself wrongly accused of a crime, and feel that law enforcement isn’t making the necessary efforts to discover the real culprit. A private detective will help you establish your innocence by collecting evidence and by looking at the case from the opposite perspective from the one the police have been using.
A private investigator could well be your last hope. If you find yourself accused of a crime you know you did not commit, you should call an investigator as soon as is possible. Time is always of the essence in a criminal investigation, as trails grow cold very quickly.
If you are in need of a licensed private investigator, don’t hesitate to contact us at Nationwide Legal Investigations as soon as possible.
Our agents are on standby 24/7 to provide you with a detailed, comprehensive strategy for all your investigative needs.
Once retained, our investigators will be thoroughly briefed on all the details related to your case.
Our highly skilled agents will handle your matter from start to finish with the utmost professionalism while remaining 100% discreet.
At the conclusion of your case and after thorough review, our team will steer you in the right direction whether it be legal or non-legal.
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