Companies and individuals who engage private detective services to carry out various investigations are often at risk of meeting people who do not have the training and pre-registration necessary to practice their profession. This affects not only clients but also trained and accredited professional detective agencies.
Companies and individuals who hire detektif Indonesia to carry out various investigations often run the risk of meeting and hiring people who do not have the training and pre-registration necessary to practice their profession. This affects not only clients but also trained and accredited professional detective agencies.
When incorporating a private detective into a serious and accredited agency, it must imperatively present the diplomas and certificates that attest to his training, his knowledge and the acquisition of essential tools to carry out his work. It must also have the prefectural approval issued by the Departmental Prefecture, which guarantees the legality and conformity of its professional practice.
Once the detective presents all these documents, it is very easy to verify their authenticity by consulting the Departmental Prefecture where the detective has registered as well as the official schools and institutes and/or the university where he attended his studies.
According to many professionals in the sector, the economic crisis is behind the increase in survey services offered by private detectives.
All this encourages the intrusion of pseudo-professionals into the sector since demand is more important than supply and unfair competition. It is necessary to face this situation to eradicate these false professionals and to offer, thus, services and quality services that will avoid the deterioration of the image of the profession.