A Day In The Life of A Private Investigator

Contrary to what the media may portray, private investigators don’t always stay in high-class hotels and are not always involved in dangerous, exciting exploits. Although trailing a person (a prevalent task for private investigators hired for cheating spouses) is common occurrence for this job, it’s not as glamorous as most people think. Gathering facts as

Tatler Magazine

8 months on we are still receiving enquiries after appearing in Tatler Magazine, if you missed the article check it out.

Will the Licensing of Private Investigators ever Happen?

On July 31st 2013 we published an article confirming that the then Home Secretary announced that operating as an unlicensed private investigator is to become a criminal offence.   The Home Secretary at this time was none other than the current Prime Minister, Theresa May. We appreciate that was four years and with her rise to become

North Court MD Features in Tatler Magazine

Tatler November 2016 Check out what our Founder and MD, Matt Thomas, has to say in December’s addition of Tatler Magazine. He was approached by Tatler some months ago and interviewed but to be honest we’d forgotten all about it, until one of our eagle eyed operatives spotted it on a shelf. Its’s a really interesting

Multinational Company Instruct North Court Investigations

North Court Investigations were recently contacted by a business with offices in London, US and throughout Europe. The initial approach was by phone where a brief discussion took place and a meeting was arranged at our offices in London.   The concerns were relating to certain senior staff members suspected of selling confidential company information to the press.