On September 2nd, Director of North Court Investigations Matt Thomas was invited to speak with BBC Radio Solent Paul Miller for Paul’s Mystery Job feature. Mystery Job is regular feature where listeners are encouraged to call in and guess the guest’s profession through a series of revealing questions. Matt made a challenging but sporting guest,
Private investigatory law is currently undergoing a period of change. In order to make it better regulated, licensing laws are being tightened so that agencies are more closely monitored, and can be held more accountable for their actions. Why is licensing so important? Private investigation requires a position of trust between investigator and client. Typically,
Private investigation agencies as we recognise them now have their origins in France. The first known private detection agency was founded in 1833 by Eugène François Vidocq, a French soldier and privateer. Vidocq also had a criminal reputation. Using his contacts, Vidocq hired ex-convicts to carry out work that the police wouldn’t undertake, and “Le
Businesses thrive on profit. It is their lifeblood, the fuel that enables them to grow, develop and expand. Your business supports your employees and provides services or products that are in demand. It fulfills a social and economic function as a direct result of the profit you make each day. It’s yours, and you’ve worked
What are the laws surrounding phone bugging? Is it ever OK to record? Read more for a breakdown of modern phone bugging by North Court Investigations.