Workers Compensation Insurance in Australia: An Overview

The law requires employers to pay for workers compensation as administered by the state or territory concerned. This is regardless of gender, age or any disability. The system ensures compensation of Australian workers who suffer injury or other harm at work. It also...

Why People Go Missing: The Warning Signs

The first thing we ask our clients when they report a person missing, is “looking back, were there any warning signs, had anything recently changed?” We assemble the evidence in the light of the missing person’s demographic profile. The reasons why people go missing...

Skip Tracing: Six Useful Tips to Try

We get regular inquiries from businesses chasing after delinquent debtors who went away, and never returned. Sometimes we take on skip tracing projects and solve them. At other times a client acts on a hint we give, and finds the third party themselves. Six Useful...

Modern Surveillance in a Digital World

Surveillance used to be close observation of a person suspected of doing something wrong. It also applied after the event, when investigating what the person was doing with the proceeds of their crime. In the past, automated surveillance relied on closed-circuit...

Locating Assets After a Death or Disappearance

Locating assets belonging to close friends and family members is not as easy as it sounds. Few people expect to die soon. Even people in their eighties hope to live another year. People who disappear suddenly without a trace are out of touch, and so again we have only...

How to Locate Missing Family Members Proactively

If you have an elderly person staying with you and their mind is going feeble, then there is a possibility they might wander away. Much the same applies to rebellious teens, particularly those aged between 15 and 17 years. Naturally you will want to find them as soon...