United Kingdom

United Kingdom (64/59)

The Professional Investigators listed in the directory work to a high standard and are accredited through their trade bodies or by completing relevant training courses.

All the entries are free and paid advertising is not permitted.
Our pledge is that our investigators will endeavour to correct any problems, complaints or errors in a timely fashion.



If you have not received full satisfaction from your investigator, please detail your issues to:




Our Code of Ethics:

  1. Responsibility and Accountability. Our investigators are personally responsible and accountable for their actions, as are their employees and other persons paid to assist an investigation.
  2. Honesty and Integrity. Our investigators act with honesty and integrity, and do not compromise their position, that of service provider or any of their clients.
  3. Conflict of interest. Where our investigators have a personal or conflicting interest in any matter in which they are involved they disclose that interest, if they know it to be in conflict with the interests of their clients.
  4. Compliance with the Law. Our investigators obey the law and refrain from carrying out any act that they know, or ought to know, is unlawful or contrary to the service provider’s policy.
  5. Authority, Respect and Courtesy. Our investigators respect the rights of all individuals and do not abuse their position.
  6. Equality. Our investigators act with fairness and impartiality. They do not discriminate on the grounds of sex, race, colour, language, religion or belief, political or other opinion, national or social origin, association with a national minority, disability, age, sexual orientation, property, birth or other status.
  7. Confidentiality. Our investigators treat with respect information with which they are entrusted during the course of business, and access or disclose it only for the purposes for which it is intended.
  8. General Conduct. Our investigators act in a professional manner. They do not behave in a manner which brings, or is likely to bring, discredit upon themselves, the service provider or any of their clients, or act in a way that undermines or is likely to undermine confidence in themselves, the service provider or that of any of their clients.
  9. Challenging and Reporting Improper Conduct. Our investigators challenge and when appropriate, take action or report breaches of the code and the improper conduct of colleagues.


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In no event will Burton Regan Limited (UK company) be liable to you or to any third party for any lost profits, lost data, interruption of business, or tangible, or intangible losses whatsoever as a result of using our information service.

Republic of Ireland

Republic of Ireland (26/1)

We at Professional Private Investigators / Burton Regan Professional Investigators work closely with agencies in Ireland and note the professionalism and dedication of our associates in Eire.


Austria (9/4)

     Professional Private Investigators are fully licensed under Austrian law and registered in the commercial register.


France (27/1)

France is a signatory to the Hague Convention (Remember that your documents will need to be translated into French) and service of legal documents should be carried out by a bailiff or: “Huissiers de Justice". In most instances the French Detectives will have suitably qualified Huissiers available to serve documents from abroad.


Italy (20/6)


We have extensive and direct experience of Italian Private Investigators. They have an excellent standard of professionalism. They are licenced and are inspected by their local Police department to ensure their integrity and ethics.

When we instructed an investigator in Italy, to complete a trace enquiry, we were provided with a "Certifico Di Residenza" obtained from the local Court - it is a "Proof of Residency" and available to citizens and investigators to assist their enquiries. It was that little bit of, "Extra quality", that you can expect from Italian Detectives.

Italy is a signatory to the Hague Convention and any documents that need to be served in the Country should be sent to the local "Tribunale", specific to the area the person resides.

If you need further advise or direction contact: Kevin J Regan (Burton Regan Detective Bureau)

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