High Tech Investigations
As experienced and licensed investigators, we assist clients with fact finding beyond digital investigations and forensics. Traditional investigation methods such as interviews and public record research often complement our fact-finding missions.
Similarly, when asked to conduct a traditional investigation such as an employee misconduct or workplace investigation, having the tools and knowledge to incorporate digital forensics to review cell phones and computers often reveals information missed by other investigators that can quickly resolve issues of fact. We receive annual Title IV investigator training and train workplace investigators on investigative techniques and digital forensics issues.
Fact-Finding Missions. Common Types of Investigations Conducted
High-Tech Investigations and Traditional Investigations may also include our digital forensic services. Often cases are best served by employing both traditional and high-tech methods. This complete service capability is what makes Digital Evidence Ventures unique and a top choice by many law firms and businesses. Some examples of Traditional and High-Tech investigations conducted are the following, but not limited to:
We are experts with extensive investigative experience trusted to gather information and deliver results on complex high-tech cases. As former attorneys and investigators, Don Vilfer and Pam Hanback effectively and efficiently address issues and gather facts in Title IX investigations or employee misconduct matters for industries such as Universities, School Districts, Large and Small Businesses and their counsel. Our investigators have years of experience conducting interviews and investigation both in the FBI and the private sector and receive regular training to remain in compliance with university and regulatory compliance.
As experienced and licensed investigators, we assist clients with fact finding beyond digital investigations and forensics. Traditional investigation methods such as interviews and public record research often compliment our fact-finding missions.