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Private Security Firms have become increasingly more important in our society where, with increasing frequency, functions that were previously the exclusive responsibility of the State are delegated to private entities.
The transfer of asset protection functions from the State to Private Security Firms and the greater use of the so-called “participating securities”, has made it necessary to requalify these Firms and the Security Officers who work in this sector.
The set of rules governing the area of Police Authorisations and the obligations laid down require specific expertise in administrative processes in order to avoid stiff penalties and/or the revocation of the licence authorising the activity.
The activities of Private Investigation & Detective Agencies, as a result of the unequivocal and constant case law that recognises their probative value, have assumed an important role in the judicial world.
Recognition of the role Private Investigators play in the Criminal Process, since its reform in 1989, and the frequent use of this professional figure in labour law, family law and corporate law, requires a higher degree of professionalism from its operators.
The set of rules governing the area of Police Authorisations and the obligations laid down require specific expertise in administrative processes of Agencies and firms, in order to avoid stiff penalties and/or the revocation of the licence authorising the activity.