Private Detective in Warwick
We cover the Warwick area.
Private detective Warwick.
Private Detective Warwick
When looking for the services of a detective agency in Warwick you need confidence that you are employing a recognised, reputable agency. The principal of M.R.Investigations is a full member of the Association of British Investigators. The ABI is a respected and recognised industry body. Since 1913, they have been training and vetting members by their own code of professional standards. Performing due diligence. Lobbying for regulation and changing the public perception, by acting with integrity. More
We carry out all manner of professional investigation services you would expect from a Private Detective Agency in Warwick. From a no trace no fee tracing service, Employee investigations to explore if an employee is making a false sick claim or working elsewhere or both! Normally this would require a period of surveillance to prove or validate their claims.
M.R.Investigations have the latest HD covert recording equipment at their disposal which produces excellent video and photographic evidence all time and dated imagery.
Employing both male and female private investigators we can adapt to all situations that may arise,
We carry out all aspects of private investigation including:
Surveillance in Warwick
Tracing in Warwick
Employee investigations in Warwick
Lie Detector Tests in Warwick
Bug Sweeping in Warwick
Vehicle Tracking in Warwick
Co-habitation Investigations Warwick
Cheating Partner investigations in Warwick
Private investigator Warwick
Private detectives Warwick
Private detectives in Warwick
We have included some local information of Warwick for your information:
The town of Warwick was founded on the banks of the River Avon in 914 AD by Ethelfleda, sister of Edward the Elder, as a defence against the Danish invaders, on a site overlooking earlier riverside settlements. It is built on a small hill which controlled not only the river valley but also the river crossing on the road to London and the roads to Stratford, Coventry and the salt way to Droitwich. The Anglo-Saxon town was surrounded partly by a wall and partly by a ditch.
The mediaeval core of the town was prevented from expansion by the open spaces that surround it: the Common and Racecourse, the grounds of the Priory, St Nicholas Meadow, the River Avon, and later, Warwick Castle. Within a relatively small area there are many buildings of historic interest, of which the Castle is the most important. More
Private Investigator Warwick
Private detective Warwick