Funding if you are registered unemployed

If you are registered unemployed and in receipt of benefits then you maybe  eligible to receive funding from the Department of Works and Pensions (DWP) for our course. However, that does not mean that you will automatically receive funding. You should attend the Jobcentre as part of a normal interview cycle/schedule or request an ad-hoc […]


Order the British Process Servers Guide from Amazon

The Process Servers industry has been eagerly awaiting the publishing of the new British Process Servers Guide.  Written by Stuart Withers, Helen Withers, both of the PI Academy and Jorge Salgado-Reyes from Allied Detectives, the guide is the offspring of the old yet respected NIG Process Servers Guide 2000.   The British Process Servers Guide […]


Distance learning course in private investigation

Distance learning course in private investigation ‘It’s a big step to take for anyone, but I’d say it’s never too late to make a change.’ Ashraf Ali, 82, certainly agrees with her. He’s studying for the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) qualification at BPP. He started studying in 2006, with a mixture of day release, […]


Boiler Room Scams

Nationwide Investigations Group has had a recent increase in the demand for Private detective uk being instructed by Clients who have been “scammed” out of large sums of money on fraudulent Shares/Stocks Deals! A few of our members have asked for an explanation regarding what a boiler room scam actually means, so we thought we […]


Facebook used to serve court summons!

Social Networking website used to serve a court summons A lawyer based in Britain has used a Social Networking website to serve a court summons, in what is believed to be the first such case in Britain. Hilary Thorpe a solicitor based in Eastbourne was finding it difficult to reach a debtor in order to […]


To Encrypt or Not to Encrypt

With the extremely high rise in identity theft it’s become an increasingly popular practice to purchase encryption based software to further protect sensitive information. While the major operating systems provide a certain level of encryption security to your emails and telephony calls, this type of standard software based applications does not provide 100% guaranteed security. […]


Cyber Bullies Exposed

  In today’s day and age a major concern for all parents is that their children are so vulnerable to a number of different types of bullying and attacks. From mobile phones to internet cyber bullying our children and families are exposed to a whole new world of bullying. Here are a few forms of […]


Operation Nevada Targets Training Malpractice

Four London-based training providers can no longer provide SIA licence-linked training After we received intelligence about the centres, Operation Nevada was launched involving our investigators, the Metropolitan Police, awarding bodies (HABC, EDI, Edexcel), the qualifications regulator Ofqual, and the UK Border Agency. Police have arrested one individual on suspicion of fraud, and the police and […]