Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Why Executive Protection?

Executive protection (EP), also known as close protection or personal protection, refers to security and risk mitigation measures taken to ensure the safety of VIPs or other individuals who may be exposed to elevated personal risk because of their employment, high-profile status, net worth, affiliations or geographical location.


What is the difference between an executive protection and police services?

Executive Protection protects specific people and property and Police protect all people and all properties and enforce the law.


What is Fugitive Recovery?

Fugitive Recovery consists in capturing fugitives and criminals who fled to avoid court appearances and returning them to custody.


What is the difference between Fugitive Recovery Agent and Bounty Hunters?

Fugitive Recovery Agents and Bounty Hunters are the same and they can also being called bail agents,  bail recovery agents or recovery agents.


Who hires fugitive recovery agents?

People who have bailed out friends or family members and then they skipped court appearance.


What is Private Investigation?

It is the process of collecting information and undertaking investigatory law services.


Who hires Private Investigation?

Law firms, insurance companies, private individuals in domestic cases and accidental cases.


What Private Investigators cannot do?

Private Investigators also called Private Detectives cannot pose as a law enforcement officer or wiretap phones or make records in violation of laws.

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