An often-asked question with regard to our Private Investigation services is: “What is your success rate?”
Sometimes success in our line of work has a different definition with our Client. We have come across Clients who expect to hear 100% (or somewhere in the region) success in getting the evidence that they require. Usually in response, we align our Client with our definition of success instead of the other way around.
Our definition of success is measured by the ability to obtain the evidence when the Act of Interest takes place while remaining covert. Contrary to what some may think, our success is not defined by whether we are able to produce the particular type of evidence that the client have in mind. After all, whether or not our target commits the Act of Interest is beyond our control.
A job well done is one where we obtain all the necessary evidence as it takes place, leave the scene and the target(s) is not aware that we were even there at all.