Private Investigation Services

Our retail services services include internal theft deterrent programs, undercover intelligence, in-store security and monitoring, integrity testing, audits and a civil recovery program

Retail & Manufacturing Investigations

The Investigators Group retail intelligence and private and security investigations division provides services to retail, manufacturing, warehouse and industrial clients. These services include internal theft deterrent programs, undercover intelligence, in-store security and monitoring, integrity testing, audits and a civil recovery program. 

Retail theft is a widespread issue and often compete for the from law enforcement with other crimes.  It is for this reason that The Investigators Group offers loss prevention services, loss prevention officers whose primary function is to protect assets and reduce liability.  

The Investigators Group provides services to support a proactive strategy to deter retail theft and protect profits.  Our private investigators, licensed security guards and loss prevention officers are trained to work effectively in a retail environment and help deter crime. 

 

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The Investigators Group have investigators that are trained in retail, merchandising and warehouse/distribution applications. We have designed internal theft deterrent programs that help our retail clients identify, stop and prevent internal theft. Our investigation team can also conduct refund audits, warehouse inspections and more. Contact us for more information.

 

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