Private Drug Investigation
Brisbane private investigator, private detective, for a private Brisbane drug investigation. We are here to assist in confirming or denying suspicion of drug use. When you suspect, phone 1300 966 103, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or 24/7 Contact Us, free quotes. Ex-Police and experienced investigators, discretion assured.
A private Brisbane drug investigation is undertaken by a licensed private investigator, private detective. There are restrictions placed on us by law. There are often financial restrictions from the client. There are technical restrictions on some types of operation, we cannot take possession of drugs. We work around those restrictions. We are often dealing with a paranoid, and dishonest, character, or group of people, drug addicts, drug suppliers, are not all poor people; there are cocaine users, and dealers, amongst highest echelons of society. There are drug addicts amongst school mums, housewives, business people; some people hide it well. This can be the greatest restriction, the unknown behavioural characteristics, and paranoia, of drug users, when combined with financial restraints that reduce us to a single operative.
Most private drug investigations are done using surveillance. The evidence obtained is given to the client, only. There is no requirement to provide the information to authorities. We will deliver the information only at the direction of the client. What we do is legal. The evidence obtained can be used on court. It is often relating to a business matter, a suspect employee, a child custody, or child access, court matter, and the establishment of risk. We do not do identification of illegal drugs.
We are a Queensland licensed Brisbane private investigator, Brisbane private detective, Brisbane private investigation service provider, ex-Police and experienced investigators, to investigate, gather evidence, and report, to you. Drug addiction is not just a problem amongst high school kids, teenagers, the poor, it is across society. Use, and addiction, are not the same thing; not all users are considered addicts; many former users are still addicts, like former drinkers are still alcoholics. We investigate, gather evidence, information, and report to you. We are not obliged to take our findings to a Government department, or Police.