How can WE efficiently and effectively serve YOU?

We believe that you will find us to be professional and flexible in our approach, rigid in our determination to achieve project objectives and sensitive to the economic and political environment in which we operate.

Due to the excellent relationship developed over the years and as part of our methodology, when required,  we work efficiently and effectively with the following law enforcement agencies:

South African Police Service (SAPS)

National Prosecuting Authority (NPA)

Asset Forfeiture Unit (AFU)

Anti-Corruption Task Team (ACTT)

Special Investigating Unit (SIU)

SAPS Crime Intelligence

South African Revenue Service (SARS).

The relationship with these   agencies ensures that we efficiently and effectively serve you.

As a discipline, forensic services has become indispensable in ensuring that complex and high-value criminal cases are thoroughly investigated and that the appropriate evidence is presented to the court by an expert in an understandable manner.  Our investigations include, inter alia, analysing documents and data, securing the available evidence and conducting interviews with witnesses.

We are able to assist you by providing assistance in investigating criminal charges against individuals/entities suspected of fraudulent activity. This includes the preparation of financial and legal evidence for trial and providing expert court testimony thereto.

We provide the skills, experience and knowledge tailored to investigate thoroughly, report comprehensively and build solid cases to secure effective criminal and   disciplinary convictions.

On completion of an assignment, we will issue a forensic report incorporating our procedures undertaken, findings and recommendations thereto. Our findings will be substantiated by the appropriate documentary evidence.

We are available to testify as expert witnesses in legal proceedings, should the findings of the investigation warrant such action.

We will minimise your risk by ensuring compliance to the law of evidence, providing evidence for use in legal proceedings, whether these are disciplinary, civil recovery actions   and/or criminal prosecution. This is especially important when conducting fraud and corruption investigations and the evidence might be deemed non-admissible in legal forums, should the correct procedures not have been followed.