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Has Bug Sweeping Become Part of the New Normal?

State and territory government has done what it can afford to keep business afloat during COVID-19. Direct economic support has helped, but there’s a limit to what you can do when consumers are buying less. Tensions are rising in the office and at home. We have become a more worried, more querulous nation. Is This …

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Business and Company Searches & Background Checks

Business and Company Searches & Background Checks Our business bureau people have been working around the clock since the COVID-19 epidemic reached Australia. The situation is still fluid with people sheltering, falling ill, and some even dying.  Much knowledge is suspended. Reference and background checks are becoming more difficult. Criminals are taking advantage but our business and …

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Premarital Infidelity Investigations on the Rise

Infidelity investigations are very common now a day. Our work as private detectives depend on the culture of society around us. What seemed taboo thirty years ago – divorce for example – becomes the new normal until the wheel turns again. Premarital infidelity investigations are another case in point. While the tradition of single partners …

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National Criminal Background Check

PRIVATE DETECTIVES SYDNEY’S BLOG: NATIONAL CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK National Criminal Background Check Services AusCovert Investigations specialises in national criminal background check services that extend beyond a state or city as need be. Our specialist investigators are on standby to assist Australian businesses, corporate, and private persons. National Criminal Background Check Specialists for Over Ten Years We have …

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The Worst Form of Grief and How a Private Detective May Help

A tragic fire in a West London tower block triggered a raft of research. Psychologists compared the grief of those who lost loved ones compared to those with family members missing. They concluded uncertainty about the fate of a missing person could be the worst form of grief. Moreover the London Guardian newspaper believes the …

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Surveillance in Australia is Commoner than You Think

There was a furore in the Australian parliament when the ruling party introduced the Assistance and Access Bill in August 2018. In essence, this required software developers and hardware makers to assist official investigations under order of a technical assistance request. The goal of the watered down Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) …

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Surveillance Cameras Seem a Simple Solution But There Are Catches

Putting up surveillance cameras may seem a simple solution when you are facing problems with stock shrinkage. Your accounting records paint a clear picture but are the customers or your employees the guilty parties. Covertly watching people has become the new normal. The government has the right to keep a lookout for our own protection. …

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Have Background Checks on Youth Workers Become the New Normal

The number of high profile cases regarding the abuse of young people is denting our faith in the system. The belief we had in the wisdom of senior church people and educators is faltering. This is despite our knowing the vast majority of them are of good character. Today we ask the question whether background …

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