Choosing the Right Private Investigator
Unfortunately, there are many investigators out there that give the industry a shady reputation. Orlando Investigative Services isn't one of them. We are quickly establishing a reputation within Central Florida for providing a degree of unmatched excellence in the quality of its work product and services. We are capable of conducting investigative work throughout the entire state of Florida, and our network of investigative associates reaches across the country and around the globe.
Consider the following:
- You will always have immediate contact with our investigators, and we do not subcontract work out to other investigators outside of Orlando Investigations.
- We know our state. Conducting investigations in the state of Florida presents its own challenges with the 24-hour atmosphere and doing surveillance in theme parks, clubs, hotels, and convention centers. Our investigators are locals and know the lay of the land.
- Check us out. Our initial consultation is always free.
- We are licensed by the state of Florida, and we have not had any complaints filed against us since our inception.
- Training is key. At Orlando Investigative Services, our investigators go through an extensive written and hands on training program in the art of spousal investigations, surveillance, finance and insurance investigations, which includes staying updated on the current laws.
- Integrity and quality is everything. We are dedicated to providing timely, accurate, and honest information to all of our clients.
Regardless if you choose to hire Orlando Investigative Services or another private detective, we encourage you to take your time and ask the right questions.
Any reputable firm should be able to answer these questions properly.
- Is the investigative company completing the case or outsourcing the case to another firm? Many firms outside of Orlando outsource to local Orange County firms who are not qualified to fulfill your expectations.
- If they are outsourcing your case, can you contact that company directly? Most firms will not allow this even though they say they are affiliated.
- Will you have direct contact with the investigator throughout the case or will you be receiving second hand information from a case manager or administrative personnel?
- When hiring a PI firm, are you speaking to a trained salesperson that may be more interested in taking advantage of you in your time of need? Make sure you are getting good guidance, not just advice to boost the sale.
- Are they licensed, insured and bonded to conduct investigations in the state in which the investigation will take place?
- What type of training do their investigators receive? Many are ex-military, retired policemen and various other law enforcement agencies. Despite this experience, most were never trained in surveillance, discretion, covert operations, and are not qualified for every case.