Domestic investigation is a general term describing investigations that revolve around individuals and their
legal problems. Some of these problems could include fraud, theft, or abuse that occurs in a person’s own
home. If you are concerned about the safety of your possessions or loved ones for any reason, whether it’s an
abusive family member or threat of an intruder, a domestic investigation will retain evidence of wrongdoing
and prevent any future crime.
- Child Custody
- Family Issues
- Missing Person
- Divorce Case
- Cheating Spouse
- Threats or Blackmail
- Child Abuse
- Teenagers Monitoring
- Fingerprint solution
- Litigation Support
Depending on specific cases, there are different types of investigation that domestic investigator uses:
Domestic surveillance: When one leave the home, covert surveillance, like nanny cams or audio devices, can ensure the space and the people in it are safe while one’s away. The resulting photographs and video can also be used in court if a crime is committed on the property.
Background checks: When allowing someone into the home, a background check can confirm whether or not a person is trustworthy. These checks look into employment history, criminal records, education, references, civil records, and more.
Undercover or covert operations: Whether the spouse is cheating, or someone is using illegal substances at home, a domestic investigator is experienced in gathering evidence and documenting actions without being seen. They are also aware of the legal implications of conducting such an investigation.
Computer forensics: Often the evidence one need to prove misconduct at home is on a computer or cell phone. Investigator conduct a computer forensics investigation and collect emails, files, texts, and even deleted information that is relevant to the investigation.
Public record and information research: If one is being blackmailed, stalked, or need to file a restraining order, an investigator is capable of conducting a public record search and finding documents with pertinent information, like family history, criminal pasts, or current places of residence. This is similar to a background check but is more extensive and involves more resources.
People Locate: If one need to find someone for any reason, whether they are not providing child support or need a process server, investigator can conduct a skip trace and potentially find them.