All too often, for reasons related to legal complications or a simple lack of manpower, the Las Vegas police simply have their hands tied — but there are very skilled Las Vegas private investigators there to help pick up the slack. While the police are bound by procedure and protocol, one of the many private investigators in Las Vegas will take your case and help you come to a swift resolution.
Let’s look at a hypothetical example. Let’s say your husband calls you every single day at 6 PM to tell you he’s on his way from work — every single day except today. Today, it’s 9PM and you’re dead certain that something horrible has happened. The Las Vegas Police Department is obligated by law to wait for 24 hours to pass — but a PI can take the case immediately, and have a much better chance of picking up on the trail than the police will a day later.
The two most popular reasons to hire a Las Vegas private eye are divorce and child custody cases. If you think your spouse may be cheating on you, you might try to find out on your own, but it’s doubtful that you have the time and expertise to do so. Hire a private investigator, and watch the discreetly-gathered data start to roll in. If they turn out to be on the up-and-up, they’ll never know you hired someone to watch them. If they aren’t being straight with you, you’ve just gathered proof that will do you very well in what will certainly become a court case. The police certainly don’t have the time to investigate every single suspicious spouse’s significant other.
Similarly, the police are duty-bound to assume that someone is adhering to the terms of their court mandate regarding child custody unless presented with positive proof to the contrary. On your own, you may be able to snap a photograph and take it to the police — but the likelihood is that they will find a reason to discard it; in their minds, they’ve got more important things to deal with. With the magic of a private investigator, Las Vegas will open up like a book and reveal the location and activities of the other parent, and you’ll have everything you need to either be satisfied that everything is kosher — or pursue your case in court.