As private investigators, we’re trained to gather information on individuals or groups. Finding (tracing) someone in NZ is one of the most common tasks of a P.I., and there are a number of ways in which we can do this:

  1. Conducting a thorough investigation: Private investigators have access to databases, records, and other sources of information that are not easily available to the general public. We can use this information to track down a person’s location or contact information.
  2. Surveillance: PIs can conduct surveillance on a person’s known associates or family members to gather information about their whereabouts. This can involve following a person, taking photographs or videos of them, or using other surveillance techniques.
  3. Interviewing witnesses: A P.I. may interview people who may have information about the person being sought. This can include friends, family members, co-workers, or neighbors.
  4. Online research: A P.I. can use online resources such as social media, public records, and search engines to locate a person.

It’s important to note that the methods used by private investigators must comply with local laws and regulations, and they must always act within ethical boundaries. Additionally, private investigators typically require a legitimate reason or legal authority to conduct their investigations.

Can we help you? If you need a private investigator in NZ contact us on 09 391 1100 or for a chat.

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