The Investigators Group has provided services for various levels of government, not-for-profit entities and self-regulated organizations. As such, we have the experience required to navigate the unique challenges faced by these organizations. Our team of professionals and private investigators provide investigative services ranging from fraud, theft and compliance issues and workplace investigations.
The Investigators Group team of private, corporate and workplace investigators provides organizations with a trusted investigation services team who will assist in all types of investigations, surveillance, risk assessment and mitigation, security, workplace complaint and background screening.
We provide our government and public organization clients with clear and transparent process & framework of the investigation from engagement through to the final report and we work diligently and professionally to deliver satisfaction to our clients.
The Investigators Group have assisted many government organizations, municipalities and not-for-profit organizations investigate their complaints of workplace harassments and bullying. The Investigators Group have several senior investigators who are experienced investigating workplace harassment, sexual harassment and bullying claims. In one recent investigation, The Investigators Group investigated allegations of bullying, harassment and reprisal made by a junior staffer against his manager. The investigation highlighted the importance of remedial actions and training. The Investigators Group will provide an objective, third-party investigation, appropriate in the circumstances to help all organizations meet their obligations under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Our confidential and thorough investigations assist all organizations when they are in need.
A licensed private investigator is trained in investigative techniques and must understand the procedural steps required to be followed in order for video surveillance to be admissible.
Employers can conduct surveillance using tools such as a swipe-card system, which data can be used for time-management and disciplinary purposes, or cameras.
I have seen first-hand how fraud can be harmful to a company’s reputation and brand. Engaging in a fraud investigation is difficult and can erode the trust and morale of employees and raise questions and concerns to your outside relationships, customers, suppliers and even prospective employees. That is why before engaging in any investigation, I will ensure that I explain to the client the investigation process, the potential scope and risks, and care is taken in planning the execution and timing of any investigation.