We cover the entire State of Utah, with Investigators in each county.  Our primary office is located at: 9649 S 700 E Sandy, UT 84070

 

Questions you should be asking when considering hiring an investigator:
1.    Does the company have a private investigation license in the state that my investigation will be taking place?
2.    Is the private detective that will be handling my investigation familiar with the area where the investigation will take place?
3.    Will I be able to talk directly to the investigator that will be handling my investigation?
4.    Are the investigators that will be handling my investigation employees of the company or will my case be subcontracted to another private investigator?
5.    How much experience does the investigator handling my investigation have?
6.    Does the company have the ability to use more than one private detective on my case?
7.    Does the company have both male and female investigators?
8.    Does the private investigator that will be working my case have an appropriate surveillance vehicle?
9.    Has the investigator working my case performed similar assignments in the past?

Our main office is near Sandy, however, our private investigators are located throughout Utah. Our private investigators are geographically located throughout our coverage areas.  Each private investigator employed at Alliance Investigations has experience.  We pride ourselves on having the most experienced private investigators in the industry. Alliance Investigations is a member of the Private Investigators Association of Utah and National Association of Investigative Specialist, inc.

With over Thirty years of experience in the intelligence and investigation industry, we at Alliance Investigation can handle all of your investigatory needs with the fast acting professionalism and the extreme discretion we are known for. Our top priority is your safety and trust. When you contact us, we will be asking questions to help us to help you at the most reasonable cost. We are professional and experienced. For more information on how Alliance Investigation can help you please feel free to contact us by email at

info@allianceinvestigation.com or

give us a call at (801) 203-0267 FAX 801-996-4491

Twenty-eight years in law enforcement, tactical management, investigative, and teaching experience. We have received specialized training in Narcotics Investigation, Death Investigation, Homicide Investigation, SWAT, Crime Scene Investigation, Suspect/Witness Interview and Interrogation, Basic Hostage Negotiations.

Ten years of finance, accounting and investigative experience concentrated in the investigative field.  We have investigated a wide range of financial investigations, fraud cases, due diligence inquiries, and litigation support cases, including many criminal investigations.

During our careers, we have conducted investigations of various matters including violent crimes and have extensive background investigation experience.

Thirty years of expertise in managing all aspects of business, including client service, sales, marketing, accounting, recruitment, and training.  Highly customer-oriented with excellent relationship building skills.

Utah Statute Describes Private Investigation As:

“any person, except collection agencies and credit reporting agencies, who, for consideration, engages in business or accepts employment to conduct any investigation for the purpose of obtaining information with reference to:

(i)  crime, wrongful acts, or threats against the United States or any state or territory of the United States;

(ii)  the identity, reputation, character, habits, conduct, business occupation, honesty, integrity, credibility, knowledge, trustworthiness, efficiency, loyalty, activity, movements, whereabouts, affiliations, associations, or transactions of any person or group of persons;

(iii)  the credibility of witnesses or other persons;

(iv)  the whereabouts of missing persons or owners of abandoned property;

(v)  the causes and origin of, or responsibility for a fire, libel, slander, a loss, an accident, damage, or an injury to real or personal property;

(vi)  the business of securing evidence to be used before investigating committees or boards of award or arbitration or in the trial of civil or criminal cases and the trial preparation;

(vii)  the prevention, detection, and removal of installed devices for eavesdropping or observation;

(viii)  the business of “skip tracing” persons who have become delinquent in their lawful debts, either when hired by an individual, collection agency, or through the direct purchase of the debt from a financial institution or entity owning the debt or judgment; or

(ix)  serving civil process.

(b)  “Private investigator or private detective” does not include:

(i)  any person or employee conducting an investigation on the person’s or employee’s own behalf or on behalf of the employer if the employer is not a private investigator under this chapter; or

(ii)  an employee of an attorney licensed to practice law in this state.

(18)  “Qualifying party” means the individual meeting the qualifications under this chapter for a private investigator license.

(19)  “Registrant” means any person who holds a registrant license pursuant to this chapter.  The registrant performs private investigative work either as an employee on an employer’s payroll or, on a contract with an agency, part‑time, or case‑by‑case basis, with a minimum amount of direction.

(20)  “Restructuring” means any change in the legal status of a business.

(21)  “Unprofessional conduct” means any of the following:

(a)  engaging or offering to engage by fraud or misrepresentation in any activities regulated by this chapter;

(b)  aiding or abetting a person who is not licensed pursuant to this chapter in representing that person as a private investigator or registrant in this state;

(c)  gross negligence in the practice of a private investigator or registrant;

(d)  failing or refusing to maintain adequate records and investigative findings on a subject of investigation or a client;

(e)  committing a felony or a misdemeanor involving any crime that is grounds for denial, suspension, or revocation of an agency, registrant, or apprentice license.  In all cases, conviction by a court of competent jurisdiction or a plea of no contest is conclusive evidence of the commission of the crime; or

(f)  making a fraudulent or untrue statement to the bureau, board, department, or its investigators, staff, or consultants.”

http://le.utah.gov/~code/TITLE53/53_09.htm

Private Investigator Reviews”