The Investigative Psychology Division is composed by a team of psychologists and private investigators, set up within a private detective agency. We employ modern investigative psychology techniques in support of traditional investigative activity (so-called typical investigations).
Investigative Psychology is the application of psychology to investigation.
The fields in which Investigative Psychology is used are:
The Investigative Psychology Division employs investigative psychology in various investigative activities. Here below are some of the services offered by our Agency:
Collection and analysis of information obtained from open sources, to draw up the psychological profile of the person who is the subject of reputational analysis.
Profiling in case of anonymous letters
Psychological analysis of written texts, in order to identify the author of anonymous letters.
Threat assessment (stalking)
Threat analysis, assessment of the impact on the life of the victim and stalker profiling, to allow the victim to provide some information on what behavior is best taken towards the stalker.
Collection of evidence of harassment, verifying the movements of the stalker (tailing, stalking, threats and similar actions). These evidences are of great importance in the case of a complaint and support the activities of the Judicial Authority.
Integrations of investigations
Integration of the results of the investigations with qualitative psychological profiling of the actors involved.
Investigative interview can be used during an investigation undertaken, to find out how a problem has arisen within a company, for example as a tool to support internal or external audit functions. It can be useful to acquire more information, or to evaluate the victims and possibly the suspects of a certain event occurred in a company context.