Nationwide Legal Investigations and Marc J. Tropeano PI are experts in Discrimination Investigations. 

Discrimination across the board has been a hot topic, both politically and socially, for years. Whether in the workplace, place of business, or dealing with law enforcement, many people often find themselves targeted by others based solely on their skin tone. It can also significantly affect a person’s employment opportunities due to race, color, religion, sex, handicap, marital status, national origin, age, sexuality, and gender.

Racial discrimination is a real and sensitive problem in today’s world. Dealing with any complaint is challenging. Hiring an outside source will add objectivity to the investigation and get you the information you need to take care of any workplace or personal problems—quick action to any racial discrimination complaints vital to you or you or your organization. Hiring a private investigator will keep you impartial and help you close the case quickly.

Racial discrimination claims are serious, and they must be responded to immediately and appropriately. As this type of discrimination is highly sensitive, it can prove damaging to a person or company. It is also part of the requirements for Federal and State employment and labor laws and has shown to have a significant impact on law enforcement agencies nationwide.


While most businesses are equipped to handle racial discrimination at a lower level with their Human Resources Department, higher-level discrimination can prove challenging to investigate. This can be helpful if the person accused is someone higher up on the chain of command (CEO, for example). Another reason to hire a private investigator is if the accuser takes the discrimination complaint into the public eye in the workplace or the media. If the accusations are even more extreme, then hiring a private investigator will help keep everything objective and fair.


First and foremost, a private investigator can remain impartial and discrete. Their training and skillset give them the edge to make sure all avenues of an investigation are looked into. They are also information gatherers. Their job is to get you the information you need to make your racial discrimination investigation move forward quickly.

Private investigators also know how to cooperate with government agencies. This will be extremely helpful if the accuser makes a formal legal complaint to the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or a similar agency. Plus, since a private investigator is considered outside the organization, they are officially licensed to do the job and discretely run the investigation.

Private investigators are, in essence, an asset to the employer or employee. They provide candid insights from other employees or friends through interviews as to the state of the workplace and the official problem. Often, an employer doesn’t know that an employee or manager is a problem until a complaint arises. A private investigator can confirm this data if there are any exits and can reveal any systemic issues in the workplace’s culture.

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