• was established by security and loss prevention professionals with one purpose in mind: To answer the elusive question, “Now What?”

    If there was one question we have been asked repeatedly for decades it is “Now What?” We receive a call from a business that installed a CCTV system and upon reviewing the video finds that trusted employees are stealing from them. The system did its job, but when they call the company that sold and installed the equipment to ask them what to do they get the classic “Uh, um….” In nearly every case, a call to the police won’t help. If you call your attorney they want an outrageous fee.

    “Now What?”

    Our investigators and Certified Fraud Examiners have decades of experience dealing with fraud and theft investigations. We have conducted thousands of investigations and interrogations resulting in nearly 4,000 handwritten confessions with a 99.96% success rate. We know what we are doing. When it comes to answering “Now What?” we don’t need to guess, or pass your call on to someone else who guesses. We will be able to answer your concerns.

    atch My Employees’ group of security and loss prevention professionals can review your video evidence and create a report that will help you to make a determination on how to go forward. If we believe that you do not have enough evidence we will tell you so. We can also provide additional guidance on a strategic plan that will best utilize the evidence you do have.

    We can monitor your system for you, or just review your video clips for a second opinion.

    There are two primary reasons that a business becomes a victim of fraud and theft:

    1. Unearned trust – A “trusted” employee can gain access to your assets (proprietary data, goods, services, customer lists, etc.) in a way that no other employee can. They first gain access to your belief that they cannot do anything wrong = Trust. Trust is often the key that unlocks the door to opportunity. That key gives them access to your assets. Over a short period of time that “trusted” employee can find numerous ways to manipulate records and defer suspicion in such a way that, by the time you determine who the suspect really is, it is too late.

    2. Deception of Profitability – This is as destructive, if not more so, as unearned trust. We have case upon case where the company executives, because they are “making money” simply don’t look at their daily reports, CCTV video, or any other media that would reveal suspicious behavior or even outright fraud. We often hear, “If we are in the black and making money and are happy with our profits then no one is stealing from us.” Really?