Casting a long shadow – the rise of the online vigilante

If you’d asked us (many, many years ago) what mums did, we’d have probably answered something along the lines of cooking, housework, shopping, looking after kids, and perhaps in our more enlightened moments, even holding down a job. Thankfully, these days we have moved on from the stereotypical views of our childhood. However, although we … Continue reading Casting a long shadow – the rise of the online vigilante

Gene Genius – why DNA is a vital tool for investigators.

  Deoxyribonucleic acid. You may well remember learning about this at school, along with its sidekick Ribonucleic acid (unless like us you preferred hanging around the bike sheds to the science lab). Fortunately, for those of us who find it hard getting our tongue around words of more than one syllable, Deoxyribonucleic acid has come … Continue reading Gene Genius – why DNA is a vital tool for investigators.

The London Private Investigator writes: In Vino Veritas…?

    Imagine the scene: it’s late on a Saturday night; you are leaving a bar with a group of friends. You’ve had a couple of gin and tonics and a few glasses of wine. You walk to a taxi rank with your friends, and as you do so, you witness a woman being mugged. … Continue reading The London Private Investigator writes: In Vino Veritas…?

The London Private Investigator writes: we’re raving about our reviews!

To our shame, we realise it’s been ages since we’ve updated this blog and all our followers on social media. So Dear Reader, apologies from the London Private Investigator. It’s been one of the busiest starts to the year here at Anderson Chance that we can remember. We’ve already successfully carried out more than 20 … Continue reading The London Private Investigator writes: we’re raving about our reviews!

Old v New – the London Private Investigator discusses Missing Person investigations

As Private Investigators, one of the most common requests we get, is to help locate a missing person. This can be for a variety of reasons – someone might want to find a birth parent, an old flame, an out of contact family member, an absentee landlord, or perhaps someone who owes them money. We … Continue reading Old v New – the London Private Investigator discusses Missing Person investigations