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Fact-finding

Driven by a passion for establishing the truth, PSG undertakes fact-finding tasks. These fact-finding activities contribute to a fair legal process and play a decisive role in settling disputes. This type of investigation can be performed in the framework of various jurisdictions. Following initial notifications about a possible breach of integrity, PSG will formulate an approach consisting of a balanced investigation and concrete action plan.

The scope of the investigation is precisely defined so that it is neither too broad nor too limited. We consult with you to determine which data need to be secured and analysed.

Our clients receive a digital report of all supporting material that provides all of the data relevant to the investigation. The fact-finding process results in a neutral, objective investigation result.

Second opinions

If you need a second opinion, PSG can also help. On behalf of lawyers, we regularly assess case documents or statements filed by an opposing party. We review the underlying evidence in terms of completeness and accuracy of interpretation, and weigh up the facts obtained against alternative scenarios. PSG uses its countercheck expertise in instances such as Article 12 Criminal proceedings, and have demonstrably made a difference in past cases.

Criminal law

PSG supports the legal profession in criminal cases including property and violent crimes, sexual abuse, computer crime, threats and stalking (including cyberstalking).

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Employment law

In the event that unacceptable employee behaviour is suspected, PSG may investigate to establish facts that either support or disprove these suspicions. This type of investigation could entail theft or embezzlement, threats, acceptance of bribes, misuse of company assets, leaking confidential or personal data, or influencing processes that adversely affect business continuity.

Thanks to our years of experience and personal contacts, PSG has access to a comprehensive arsenal of current data files and a very extensive network both in the Netherlands and abroad. If we cannot answer an investigation question within the legal frameworks, we will not carry out the investigation.

PSG’s forensic investigators have years of experience in fields such as defence, police, Interpol and special investigation services. They all hold a private investigation licence granted by the Ministry of Justice and Security. They have also obtained internationally recognised certifications such as:

  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
  • Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)
  • Certified Computer Examiner (CCE)
  • Encase Certified Examiner (EnCE)
  • Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
  • Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)

We have become what we are thanks to the trust of our clients. Whether small or large, standard or customised, and high-profile to unique, our vision is that every assignment is equally important. Our clients include ministries, local governments, the financial sector, housing corporations, real estate agents, the legal profession and the private sector.