It is all about knowing what to do and what not to do throughout the investigation
The legislation that covers private investigation in Denmark is quite complicated.
In our field of operation, we are governed by these laws and detailed knowledge of both the legislation and the legal practice are vital in making sure that the investigation is conducted in accordance with the law. Before choosing to open an investigation, we always encourage our clients to ask specific questions to the detective agency and private investigators in order to clarify any legal regulations.
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How We Operate
We always begin with a free, initial telephone consultation to help us determine where your business stands. We want to know if you are taking precautionary steps or if you are already in the midst of a potential situation that could jeopardise your business, hurt your financial assets, or damage your reputation.
This phase will help dictate the investigative plan and procedure for your case.
If you are already in the middle of an active case, our team of investigators will work with you in order to collect and gather the necessary evidence to make educated business decisions. During this stage, our investigators will provide you with brief case updates at regular intervals.
Minor adjustments to the investigation will be handled when and where they are necessary. We will evaluate new leads and evidence as they come to light. Finally, we will provide you with a report detailing our findings.
As investigative consultants, our team can work with your risk mitigation department – or point of contact – to help you develop policies and procedures and minimise future risks and threats.
Our goal is to help you focus your resources to other important areas and provide assurance that your case is in capable hands.