Crime / Incident Investigation

Crime Incident Investigation

Crime / Incident Investigation

ADSPL was established in 1994 and since the formation of ADSPL we have been involved in crime/incident investigations. Our reputation as fierce investigators for the truth is well known among the attorneys and courts across India.
We know that the police across our state are severely overworked and simply do not have the time required to completely investigate cases. Then there are limitations placed on them by their crime lab which sometimes limits them from even testing the evidence that they collect. There are times that individuals and businesses simply do not want to involve the police but need to know answers.

ADSPL is a private investigation company that is not restricted by the time limitations our police have. This gives us the opportunity to look deeper and analyze evidence that is commonly overlooked or simply not collected at all.

ADSPL offers our services to private individuals, businesses, criminal defendants, prosecutors, police agencies, and we volunteer our services to the Leslie County Sheriff’s Office where we routinely assist in their investigations, whether it be in our forensics lab or in the field.

ADSPL has successfully investigated all types of cases over the years with numerous acquittals in assault, rape, and murder cases in District court. We have also successfully defended cases in High court helping achieve for example acquittals in vote buying cases, preventing individuals from ever being charged, and getting numerous cases and charges dismissed at the court of appeals.

When you need help we are here.

Criminal/Incident Investigation Services:

  • 3-D Animation
  • 3-D Modeling of the Scene
  • Audio Analysis and Enhancement
  • Case Analysis
  • Case Research
  • Cell Phone Record Analysis and Location Mapping
  • Computer and Cell Phone Forensics
  • Crime Scene/Incident Scene Reconstruction
  • Evidence Inspection Interpretation and Analysis
  • Evidence Location, Interpretation and Analysis
  • Forensic Mapping of the Scene
  • Scene investigation and documentation
  • Video Analysis and Enhancement
  • Witness Background Checks
  • Witness and Interested Parties Social Media Investigations
  • Witness and Interested Parties Internet Investigations
  • Witness Location and Interviewing

Common Reasons for Asset Checks

  • Personal Injury Cases
  • Motor Vehicle Cases
  • Business Due Dilligence Compliance
  • Collection of Debt Matters
  • Colleting Unpaid Child Support
  • Divorce Cases

How Does an Asset Investigation Work?

Asset investigations can be completed in a number of ways, all focusing on pieceing together the puzzle of an indivdual or company’s financial puzzle. Depending on why you need an asset check, the investigation can include a basic background check, a computer investigation, surveillance work, or a financial or business background check. Asset investigations basically work by uncovering exactly what sorts of collectible assets someone has. Whether you’re investigating a business or individual, an asset investigator will determine how likely you are to get money in a court case. An asset investigation can also tell you how secure someone’s assets are – before you trust a company or individual with your business.
Only an asset investigation conducted by a qualified private investigator can find out whether a business or person is using a fictitious business name, is using fraud, is hiding assets, or has multiple judgments or a track record of fraud against them. Knowing this can not only help you in court, but can also give you the information and facts that you need to do everyday business.

Types of Asset Investigations and What They Uncover

Corporate Asset Search

  • Real estate and deeds
  • Available mortgage information
  • Corporate Filings
  • Judgments
  • Bankruptcies
  • Federal and state tax liens
  • Corporate officers, members and other responsible associates
  • Dunn and Bradstreet records
  • IRS 500 employee benefit information
  • Uniform commercial code liens (UCC Filings)
  • Current contact information (addresses and phone numbers)
  • Registration information for any associated motor vehicles
  • Royalty Compliance Auditing
  • Anti-Counterfeiting Programs
  • Anti-Diversion Programs
  • Trademark and Domain Name Valuations
  • Prior Art Investigations
  • Email Owner Identification
  • CopyShield Copyright Protection