Contact: Daniel Thompson Toresen
I am one of New Zealand’s most experienced private investigators. I work fast on corporate dishonesty problems consistently delivering results. I was at SHC from 1984-1988 and my son Jacob was a boarder at SHC.
I have worked in Security and Investigations Industry for over 25 years investigating a wide range of cases; regularly retained by respected law firms, corporate companies, government agencies and High Net Worth Individuals. In 2000 I graduated with a Master’s Degree in Security Management from Leicester University in the United Kingdom and I am a Certified Fraud Examiner (ACFE). My breadth of experience in the field of gathering intelligence has enabled me to understand the complete investigation process in gathering, collating and competently presenting intelligence evidence in a professional manner.
I am a member of The Association of the World Association of Detectives (WAD) and Intellenet both of these associations’ members represent some of the finest investigators available in the world. Many are retired or former government agents from the highest echelons of both military and civilian elements. I regularly attend conferences and ongoing training seminars to remain up to date with current legislation and new investigator techniques and processes.
I am involved in direct client liaison which enables me to understand the investigation and to give clear advice on how to strategically approach a situation.
My direct experience includes; risk assessment studies and audits, operational reviews, development of policies and procedures, white collar crime and fraud countermeasures, employee theft prevention, writing and publications, training programs, event management, incident reviews and litigation support.
My Specialities: Workplace theft, drug use in workplace, surveillance, background investigations, fraud and other corporate dishonesty related problems, due diligence.
Feel free to call me on 021620888 or send me an email on email@example.com to discuss a crime risk problem.