We provide a range of intelligent and technology-driven civil recovery solutions which, when combined with the expertise of our team of loss prevention professionals, will deter offenders and help you drive down the cost of crime in your business.
- Adaptable to your specific needs
- User-friendly applications and analysis
- Easy implementation
- Real-time tracking of claims and payments
People are your best assets, so to help you pick the right person for the job, we provide a wide selection of personalised pre-employment screening checks and candidate vetting services designed to reduce your company’s recruitment costs and employee turnover.
- Criminal record and CV fraud checks
- Electoral roll and ID Verification
- Faster recruiting times
- Fewer bad hires
Online Fraud Detection
Combining state-of-the-art technology and proven detective methods, we help businesses combat the growing number of incidents involving the selling of stolen goods on the internet with proactive solutions to safeguard stock and track down criminals.
- Targeting individual fraudsters and organised gangs
- Tracking stolen goods
- Authenticating branded products
- Fully managed service
Thief Appeared On ‘Come Dine With Me’20th November 2015According to the Mirror, a primary school teacher who was being hunted by Asda for her prolific shoplifting has been caught after appearing on TV's Come Dine With Me. Supermarket staff at her local Asda branch spotted Sophie Hunter-Brown in a re-run of the popular Channel 4 show.
Copper Lied On CV To Land Promotions17th November 2015A Merseyside Police superintendent lied about himself and made misleading statements on his CV to secure transfers and career promotions. Michael Martin wrongly claimed to have a university degree and said he led a review for implementing new policing strategies, following a high-profile death of a woman.
Brands Sold Online Without Permission16th November 2015A Suffolk firm have admitted selling copyrighted items online without permission of brands like Land Rover, Ford and Warner Bros. Sticar's director, Christopher Taylor, pleaded guilty to 15 counts of Trade Marks Act violations and five counts against the Copyright Designs and Patents Acts.