The burden of accountability for securing our businesses has fallen to corporate security teams who must be able to meet the demands of a modern workforce. We are mobile and available 24/7.

Our threat assessment teams determine whether or not there is a safety situation and oftentimes require deeper analysis and expert screening through consultation and collaboration. We review your specific situations and conduct threat assessments within the security of the Kinsey Investigations platform. See if you’re ready to take your behavior threat assessments to the next level – contact Kinsey Investigations today for a readiness review.

The risks to your business don’t present themselves only as outsider events. Current employees, contractors or temporary workers can present situations that your business should not tolerate. Today, background checks happen and evaluations and maybe years go by without anything happening until it does. Stay ahead of threats, don’t just react, by involving Kinsey Investigations to proactively identify areas of concern in your workplace. See how Kinsey Investigations can keep you safe from the inside-out.

Corporate Security includes:


Some examples of Workplace Violence include:

College campus staff and student relationship:

Both the student and staff member dismissed. The student was expelled and the professor fired. We were on board to intervene in both ends of it with the college Dean and HR department. Both individuals were escorted off of the property and we let both sides know the police were notified. We patrolled for 2 weeks and no further instance. The older professor later sent an apology letter to the staff and said he was embarrassed, asking for his job back. (No) police were notified.

Corporate Client’s Challenge:

A Facebook Post Threatens Violence We have had clients in 2 separate incidents where they had an employee that posed with weapons on social media. Both companies were pro-active and had human resources personnel check employee social media postings. (Which we learned is becoming more common in larger companies).  Together, Kinsey Investigations and the company did a threat assessment on-site, reviewing HR files and interviewed other staff that were known associates. Again, this was a large corporation and we found in this person’s background, they were formally arrested after they were hired and part of their contract was to notify HR. It was an instant ground for dismissal. We were there to escort this individual off of the corporate campus after notifying the authorities. Thankfully, it is a secure complex and no outside access. They received an apology letter from the individual employee and that was the end of the story.


The workplace facilities of today are often open environments, campuses with everything employees need to be successful. However, the most basic of needs – safety must be maintained in environments that are difficult to protect. Understanding situations that might present a safety risk is crucial in order to prevent acts of violence and keep workers safe. Kinsey Investigations identifies patterns of behavior that present safety concerns and helps proactively mitigate risk, keeping your campus a safe place to live and work. See if your campus could use protective intelligence – have Kinsey Investigations visit to review together.


Whether it’s from disgruntled employees, opportunistic workers or criminal activity, your assets are at risk in storage, on the move and in retail. With Kinsey Investigations, be proactive with the signals that present themselves there is the activity that warrants attention. Whether it’s an inside job or an outside one, Kinsey Investigations can help you stay ahead of bad actors. Stay ahead of the situation by preventing loss to your organization.

This is what you need to know before hiring a Private Investigator in Los Angeles:

  1. Get a referral for a Private Investigator
  2. You will likely be sharing personal information with this person, and so it is essential to find someone that is really reliable and honest. Do as much research on the private investigator as possible. Please don’t take our word for it. We are proud to share with you our customers’ reviews here

  3. Check the Private Investigator’s license
  4. The only states that don’t require licensing for private investigators are Idaho, Mississippi, South Dakota, and Wyoming, and licensing is voluntary in Colorado. A professional private investigator will be able to give you their license number immediately. You should be able to know if any complaints have been filed against them. To verify our license in California, visit the Department of Consumer Affairs website here

  5. Ask about your Private Investigator
  6. To make sure your job gets done right by your potential Private Investigator in Los Angeles, find a detective who specializes in the task you need or look for a firm that has a lot of experience in different services like Kinsey Investigations. Ask about how much work they have done similar to what you want in the past and how those jobs worked out. At Kinsey Investigations, we will be glad to share with you hundreds of successful cases

  7. Consider whether your Private Investigator has insurance
  8. Most serious private investigators are insured up to a few million dollars. While it’s not necessary for all jobs, if something were to happen during the course of the work, you, as the hirer, would be held liable if there was no insurance coverage for your Private Investigator in Los Angeles. At Kinsey Investigations, we are insured any form of property damage. An example: our investigator has gained access to an upstairs alcove in which to photograph from and the balcony breaks due to the weight, we are covered; another investigator goes through a gated area and breaks the gate, we are covered; in the course of our investigation, we are transporting some files and they are lost during the transport, our insurance would pay to reproduce those files.

  9. Talk about confidentiality with your Private Investigator 
  10. You are very likely dealing with sensitive information when you are working with a private investigator and you need to be sure your PI will be discreet and respectful of information shared between the two of you. At Kinsey Investigations, we proud ourselves of working with several Hollywood stars and many important people in this country. One of the reasons they chose us over the competition is that we are discrete and we deliver!

  11. Feel comfortable with the private investigator
  12. If you don’t feel like the private investigator communicates well with you or if they pressure you or make you feel uncomfortable in any way, you should probably choose a different private investigator to work with. Our investigators are specially trained to listen carefully to our clients’ stories, needs, and expectations. We never go too fast or pressure you to do something you are not comfortable doing. At Kinsey Investigations, we simply care!

  13. Get a contract with your Private Investigator
  14. Your initial consultation with a private investigator should be free, and from there, they should be able to outline anticipated cost. At Kinsey Investigations, we proud our self for our transparency policy so hidden costs are ever involved. If you choose to follow through with the work with us, our investigators make sure all fees and expectations are clearly outlined in a contract. They also give you a fee agreement or retainer to sign. Ready to start? Call us now at (310) 613 3755

Contact us today for more information and a FREE consultation, or complete our easy online request form to receive a FREE, NO OBLIGATION case evaluation.
If you don’t see the specific service you require on this page, please contact our office.  Even if we don’t provide that particular service, we can often suggest an alternative method of achieving the results you need, or in some cases, we may refer you to one of our nationwide or international associates who offer the service you require.