Interview & Interrogation
SDS Investigators realises that as an employer or Human Resources professional you are sometimes faced with the difficult problems such as employee theft, drug use, vandalism, and other acts of misconduct. SDS experienced and trained investigators will help by gathering facts through the interview and interrogation process. Through many communication skills and tools including lie detection or polygraph testing, Selective Interview and Direct Interrogation, SDS will screen the suspects and filter out the innocent, in order to focus in on the legitimate suspects.
SDS Investigators sensitive approach minimizes the strain of the investigative process while maintaining good team spirit at your facility. MSI goal is to provide you with the quickest and most accurate results with the least amount of disruption to the workplace. There is no need to worry about guidance once you hire us will walk you through all the steps and take you through the process from suspect to termination or prosecution.
SDS Investigators Provides:
- Lie Detection Testing – A written form that weeds out the innocent from the potential suspects.
- Selective Interview to filter out the innocent by short in reviews generally 10-15 minutes in duration.
- Multilingual staff provides Spanish investigators for situations where the suspects cannot communicate in English.
- Highly skilled investigators, prepared for all potentials of an assignment including surveillance, hidden cameras, undercover investigators and debugging or electronic countermeasures.
- Detailed reports highlighting the cleared and suspect list as well as excellent documentation for prosecution and fighting unemployment claims.
- Work in concert with law enforcement when required. Knowing what the police need and want for a successful prosecution is key to an investigation.
Interview & Interrogation Services:
- Theft of Product & Material
- Theft of Time
- Drug & Alcohol Usage
- Drug Dealing
- Acts or Threats of Violence
- Subversive Activities
- Security & System Evaluations
- Night Vision Equipment
- Statement Gathering of Suspects and Witnesses
- Tracking of Suspects & Materials
- Pre-Employment Investigations
- Hidden Video Camera Installation
- Emergency Violence Prevention Program
- Background Checks
- Asset Investigations
- Surveillance Investigations
- Integrity Testing
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A criminal investigation is an undertaking that seeks, collects, and gathers evidence of a crime for a case or specific purpose.
Our criminal investigators look for clues and evidence to determine whether a crime has taken place. If a crime has been committed, investigators may look into the background of the accused and try to uncover who committed the crime. Police agencies and law enforcement are committed to criminal investigations of every kind, but a growing number of individuals are choosing to launch their own criminal investigations with the help of professional investigators.
SDS Investigators criminal investigation process:
- Investigation: The investigation involves establishing that a crime was committed and whether an arrest should be pursued. After confirming the crime, evidence is gathered and a suspect identified. If sufficient evidence is gathered, the suspect is arrested.
- Arrest: The suspect is apprehended by law enforcement.
- Court Proceedings: All the evidence gathered during the investigation is presented to the court and a decision is made in regards to punishment.
Why you may need one of Tacit’s Criminal Investigators:
- They operate within the law to find evidence.
- Criminal defense investigators can gather evidence of wrongful conviction or accusation.
- Law enforcement investigators are often busy with other tasks.
- Criminal investigation divisions can be too short on resources to conduct a proper investigation.
- Exclusively dedicated criminal investigators are more persistent than law enforcement so they can provide better results.
- Criminal investigators are not limited by jurisdiction.
A crime is an intended action that is against the rules of law for a community. A criminal trial in which punishment is pursued by the government, differs from a civil trial, which involves individuals debating their rights. Criminal acts, such as sexual assault, physical assault, murder, theft, property damage, and vandalism, would call for our investigators to gather evidence so that charges could be made.
We deal with the following types of Criminal Investigations:
- Fraud investigations
- Crime scene investigations
- Sexual crime investigations
- Theft investigations
- Kidnapping investigations
- Assault investigations
- Homicide investigations
- Criminal defense investigations
Our criminal investigators are highly trained and have access to a wide variety of tools including networks of investigators, surveillance equipment, and records checks. An investigator’s experience allows them to understand the evidence you are looking for and the best practices to perform their investigations effectively. Criminal investigators also adhere to laws and regulations surrounding investigations to ensure that your information is obtained in a legal manner which aids in court processes.
A corporate investigation is the thorough investigation of a corporation or business in order to uncover wrongdoing committed by management, employees, or third parties.
There are many aspects of corporate investigations and they can vary significantly based on your needs. For example, our corporate investigations can uncover if a business partner is legitimate, whether an employee is stealing from the company, or reveal fraud and embezzlement, just to name a few. Our corporate investigator’s main job, is to ensure a company is running smoothly and within the law.
Depending on what you’re looking to investigate within your business, an investigator will conduct one or multiple of these investigations:
Research Investigation: Our Investigators can conduct research in order to find information about companies that you do business with for acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures, venture capital, private equity, and investments. They can also perform in-depth employee background checks.
Financial Investigation: Our investigators conducting a financial investigation can discover embezzlement, money laundering, fraud, and other white collar crime.
E-Discovery / Electronic Investigation: With e-discovery, our investigators can gather electronically stored information in order to collect necessary evidence. They can also potentially restore lost data.
Corruption Investigation: Our investigators looking for corruption can uncover bribery, illegal foreign exchange, corporate fraud, and industrial espionage.
Businesses and corporations use corporate investigators, not only to prove suspected unlawful activity, but to protect from the potential. If you are concerned about the wellbeing of your business or company, an investigator is an unbiased source that can provide you with reliable information. Often, large corporations will have investigators on retainer or have internal investigators so that they are constantly aware of every facet of their company. With such a large pursuit, this information is vital to their success.
If you are actually experiencing employee dishonesty, financial inconsistency, or if you doubt the legitimacy of a company you deal with directly, our corporate investigators can present evidence that is legally and professionally obtained, meaning it is more likely to be respected by the court. They can also help you prevent future incidents.