What does investigation mean?
An investigation is a thorough search for facts, especially those that are hidden or need to be sorted out in a complex situation. The goal of an investigation is usually to determine how or why something happened.
Investigations are usually formal and official. The word is commonly associated with police investigations of criminal activity, but it is used in many other contexts to refer to the process of investigating—systematically finding and examining evidence. At the American Rescue Project, our agents have decades of investigative experience in just about every area of criminal and civil law.
Experience. Confidentiality. Commitment. Results.
That’s what you’ll get from the American Rescue Project. Each of our clients has access to our full range of services and we’ve built a reputation for excellence and integrity that has earned the American Rescue Project the respect of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
Make our Team Your Team
Whether your case requires surveillance, undercover, covert or recon operations, the American Rescue Project’s team of male and female agents of combined skill will utilize our state-of-the-art equipment to provide productive results. You will not find a more dedicated, committed team of investigators who know the delicate nature of your situation. The American Rescue Project will approach each case with compassion and understanding. We provide a full range of investigative services both locally and globally.
In a crisis, the ability to move swiftly from planning to response is key.
We bring you concrete solutions, actions and guidance to manage the crisis, while mitigating the damage to your staff, business or reputation.
Our crisis response experts come from a variety of backgrounds, including military and law enforcement.
Types of Investigations we conduct
- Missing Persons
- Proof of Life
- Domestic Violence
- Organized Crime
- Human Trafficking
- Child Sex Trafficking