From professionals with experience in the police force to security experts, the Locard Investigations team includes talented members with various skills and from different backgrounds, all of whom add a unique and special touch to this Private Investigation Firm team. Keep reading to learn more how our team sets us above the crowd or contact us to discuss your investigative needs.
A graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, James went on to serve 11 years as a Captain in the British Royal Military Police. Operating in Iraq, Afghanistan, Germany and Cyprus, James specialised in Protective Services at the Close Protection Unit (part of the Special Operations Regiment). James spent 6 years in commercial security and London Police before the joining the private investigation sector. He is a full member of the Association of British Investigators (F2185), a member of The United Kingdom Private Investigator's Network and holds a BA in Psychology. He has attained a nationally recognised investigation qualification and is registered with the Security Industry Authority.
Dedicating just over 29 years to the British Army, Bob has seen service in Algeria, Afghanistan, Beirut, Iraq, Malawi, Sierra Leone and Yemen.
A former Warrant Officer, Brian brings a wealth of experience and training knowledge to the Locard team.
Brian lists Police Advanced Driver, Trauma Medic and Firearms Instructor amongst his many qualifications.
Brian provides technical direction and support to special projects where planning is paramount to success.
SD spent at total of 28 years in the British Army, 16 years of which was spent in 22 Special Air Service (SAS). Having served on operations all around the globe, SD has vast experience in counter terrorism and was the Chief Instructor to the SAS's Counter Revolutionary Warfare Wing. SD went on to develop a successful post- military career in the commercial security sector. With his unique background, skills and connections, SD provides critical direction to Locard Investigations on counter and anti-surveillance assignments.