Private detective - At Beowulf Detective Agency our private detectives find people and locate assets. We specialize in critical information and data retrievals necessary for your decisions; we also provide asset recovery, debt collection, feasibility evaluation, serving documents and background checks. Surveillance/Shadowing/ close watch/high quality photo documentation/video footage are carried out according to your instructions in Russian Federation, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia.

Licensed private detective agency - We are a licensed private detective agency and have been licensed as a private detective agency since 1998. Our private detectives agency license number is PI 0140/219.


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Beowulf Private Investigators


Providing experience and reliability
in all aspects of private investigation.

  Beowulf Investigations is a fully licensed investigation firm specializing in providing professional service in legal, insurance and business communities throughout Russia and worldwide

Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • Civil Investigations
  • Criminal Fraud & Scam Investigations
  • Insurance Fraud Investigations
  • Medical, Registrar Office, Mental health records
  • Business & Investment Security and Private Client Services



Professional and comprehensive investigative services for civil litigation.

  • plaintiff personal injury
  • product liability
  • employment law
  • maritime accidents
  • industrial and workplace accidents
  • traffic accidents
  • sexual harassment
  • medical malpractice
  • trial preparation and jury pool research
  • photography and video
  • witness coordination
  • licensed process service
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