Conflict International Limited (OV653 (C))

Services offered:
  • Undercover Investigations
  • Surveillance
  • Fraud Investigations
  • General Investigations

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Address:
1350 Avenue of the Americas
2nd floor
New York
New York
United States
10019
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Services offered:
  • Undercover Investigations
  • Surveillance
  • Fraud Investigations
  • General Investigations

Conflict International, an established intelligence, investigation and surveillance agency with offices in New York and London. When you have suspicions that something isn’t quite right, the need to know the truth becomes the most important factor. You need experts to uncover the whole picture. Conflict New York is a fully licensed private investigation agency. We are also able to tap into Conflict International's extensive, worldwide network of contacts and sources from law enforcement, the intelligence community, the military and the corporate sector. These sources enable us to obtain customized, reliable, hard-to-get intelligence and provide investigative services with the highest level of quality and depth of analysis.

Conflict International Limited

From our New York, US based office, we specialize in government, corporate and private investigations and can assist with asset tracing, due diligence investigations, intellectual property protection, background checks and witness interviews. Our specialist technical team can advise on cyber security, computer forensics and TSCM (electronic countermeasures and sweeps). We can assist with complex investigations including criminal matters such as fraud, bribery, corruption and theft. We also handle special investigations such as organized crime, counter intelligence, counter terrorism, homicide, kidnap and ransom, as well as human trafficking cases. Conflict International is able to provide assistance for private clients which include surveillance, missing person cases, witness location and obtaining evidence for matrimonial and custody dispute.