Surveillance

Established in
covert operations
for many years

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Litigation
Support

We have excellent
relationships with
our solicitor clients

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Trace
Enquiries

We have a
success rate
of around 90%

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Experts in Private Investigation, Process Serving & Surveillance

Private Investigator, Process Serving, Surveillance, & Trace Enquiries from Probe Investigations (UK) Limited.

Probe Investigations (UK) Limited is a well-established and respected company who provide a full range of investigative services for private individuals, corporate and legal professional clients on a local, national and international basis.

Services include private investigations, process serving, trace enquiries, litigation support and surveillance.

Probe Investigations (UK) Limited provides clients with accredited investigators – something which isn’t a pre-requisite in the private sector. All our investigators are discreet and all enquiries are held within the strictest confidence.

Staff at Probe Investigations (UK) Limited are trained and experienced professionals that are ready to help resolve any issue brought to our attention.

We pride on our work with clients not just for them. This begins with our free no obligation consultation.

Latest Investigation News
  • Mar
    23rd
    2015
    BS102000.com launch – British Standard – Provision of Investigative Services

    British Standard BS102000 – Provision of Investigative Services BS102000 is a standard for investigation companies. Probe Investigation (UK) Limited is very proud to boast that we are the VERY FIRST company in the UK to have met the standard. BS102000.com gives some background into the private investigation sectors drive for regulation.  Learn about it here… Read more »

  • Mar
    19th
    2015
    Probe Investigation UK First to conform to new British standard for Investigation Companies!!

    The British Standard for Investigative Services BS102000 has been published. The standard has been compiled by experts in the investigation and security sectors following demands to regulate the investigation sector arising mainly from the hacking scandal detailed in the Leveson Report. Licensing for the investigation sector beckons and this will address individual investigators. BS102000 is… Read more »

  • Feb
    10th
    2015
    Security to be reviewed over Julian Assange

    The UK’s most senior police chief Sir Bernard Hogan Howe says the Met is reviewing  the security operation at the embassy where Julian Assange the WikiLeaks founder is holed up. Sir Hogan Howe has stated this is due to the operation of guarding the Ecuadorian Embassy in London has reached around £10 million. Metropolitan Police… Read more »

  • Jan
    20th
    2015
    Manchester Jewellers Raided

    Two sledgehammer-wielding raiders stormed into an upmarket jewellers and stole £200,000 in watches – including a rare £50,000 Rolex. The men, both wearing crash helmets, were filmed on CCTV bursting into the store in Manchester city centre just before 4.30pm on Thursday 15th January 2015. The thieves used a long-handled sledgehammer to smash their way… Read more »

  • Jan
    13th
    2015
    Charlie Hebdo investigator Helric Fredou kills himself hours after massacre

    French police commissioner Helric Fredou has reportedly committed suicide just hours after meeting the relatives of a victim murdered at the satirical magazine’s offices. The 45-year-old is believed to have shot himself in his office with his own police-issue gun on Wednesday night in Limoges, according to France 3. His body was found by a colleague at… Read more »