Process Services Local & Worldwide


Jc Investigations are an established company providing Process Serving services throughout the UK and internationally, both for law firms and for private and commercial clients direct. We specifically specialise in Process Serving, which requires a degree of tact or subtlety; the more challenging cases of process.

We carry out instructions, based on supplied intelligence relating to the recipient of the process. We believe it to prudent to liaise closely with clients, who typically have information helpful to successfully serve a person or company. Jc Investigations enjoy working closely with Solicitors and Lawyers to ensure good process, whatever the jurisdiction.

Immediate Service

Typically initiate the procedure of service immediately upon receipt of written instruction, accompanied by the relevant documentation, as well as copies. We work towards carrying out service within agreeable time periods, and where required, at short notice.

Where appropriate an agent will inform clients of any developing situation, and once service has been effected we ensure that a report and Statement of Service (or where requested, a sworn Affidavit of Personal Service) are delivered by registered post or courier.

We believe that service, reliability and attention to detail are all paramount to the successful service of documents, and we therefore guarantee that any document we receive for service will be personally served to our client’s satisfaction.

Jc Investigations serve the following types of documents:

  • Assault and Trespass Injunctions
  • Bankruptcy Petitions
  • Cross-Jurisdiction Process
  • Divorce Petitions
  • Domestic Violence Injunctions (Including Power of Arrest attachments)
  • Harassment Act 1997 Injunctions
  • Landlord and Tenants Injunctions.
  • Non Molestation Orders
  • Occupation Orders
  • Property related Injunctions.
  • Residence, Contact and Removal from Jurisdiction Orders
  • Statutory Demands
  • Statutory Winding-Up Petitions/ Winding-Up Petitions Orders
Surveillance Services

They say cameras never lie. Get caught on camera doing something you shouldn’t and in court the video or photographic evidence is almost always conclusive. Properly conducted surveillance work, whether overt or covert, is one of the best ways to make your case in court.

Video or photographic evidence can be extremely compelling at court and surveillance can often result in an early settlement or resolution of case. This form of evidence gathering is used by law firms, insurance companies and others in areas such as personal injury, employment law, suspected theft or fraud and, where appropriate, for other cases.

Taking part in surveillance can often be uneventful but cases do occur every so often when excitement levels rise.


How Does Surveillance Work?

A surveillance services agency such as Jc Investigations often works closely with lawyers, business and individual clients on assignments, using mobile surveillance on foot or in vehicles, and/or static surveillance, where a high quality and suitably discreet agent is on deployment.

Where requested or felt necessary, we produce daily or weekly progress reports and monitor the results with our client. The rapidly changing nature of ongoing surveillance work and the results it achieves can determine if the operation continues or not, saving our clients costs and time.

Whenever surveillance is planned, you should always use operators who know how to gain evidence but who also respect strict legal guidelines on surveillance activities regarding people’s human rights. Any transgressions can lead to prosecution both for the operator and the commissioning client.

When should I call on Jc Investigations Surveillance Services?

At Jc Investigations we undertake surveillance services for a wide range of reasons. Wehave insurance companies as regular clients because they constantly need to check if claimants are lying or not. Claims of whiplash “injuries” in car accidents, for instance, can often be exaggerated or fictitious, with people being contacted and then urged on to claim by sometimes over-zealous, unscrupulous “no win, no fee” legal practices. Photo evidence can prove some claimants are actually physically active and going into work, despite their injury claims.

Surveillance can be used to follow up on missing persons.


How much do I need to tell my staff?

Marriage and divorce disputes over alleged infidelities and hidden personal assets are another area where legally conducted surveillance can provide conclusive proof.

And, of course, overt CCTV cameras can legitimately be set up in the workplace to ward off the threat of theft or bullying, while employers can undertake digital monitoring of staff phone, email and general internet usage.

We can advise on workplace surveillance policies because we know and adhere to the necessary legal guidelines. As ever, ignorance of the law is no defence. So be advised to do an impact assessment on how monitoring might affect your business, be upfront with your staff about your plans and, if you have any doubts, call us.

For more details on surveillance issues please contact one of our agents.

Covert Vehicle Tracking

At Jc Investigations we do lawful deployment of a covert tracking device which will allow the client to see the location of the tracked vehicle at any time. The tracking devices are accurate within 3 feet. The devices can geo-fence a particular area, sending a text and email once that location has been breached and they can sleep for several months and are motion activated.

At a retail cost of £5000 our tracking devices are the most sophisticated available on the commercial market.

They are very useful in secondary employment cases as well as  for breach of contract and restrictive covenant cases. They can also be utilised to gather evidence co-habitation cases.

Tracking the movements of a vehicle with a GPS device is a highly cost effective method of gathering information and can provide an invaluable aid to mobile covert surveillance.

Do you need evidence of the whereabouts of your or someone else’s vehicle? Do you need information about the routes taken or the locations visited by someone? Are you keen to prove a point and need the evidence to back up your claim? If so, our GPS vehicle tracker will give you the information that you need.

What is GPS Vehicle Tracking?

GPS vehicle tracking is a clever system used to monitor and record the journeys made and locations visited by one or more vehicles.

GPS Vehicle Tracking is:

  • A reliable, discrete and effective way of establishing the movements of one or more vehicles.
  • Monitoring the comings and goings of one or more vehicles that have been placed with a tracker.
  • Top of the range technology to establish the whereabouts of a vehicle.
  • One of the most cost effective surveillance options.

One of our professionals agents know where and how to install and monitor a vehicles location 24 hours a day and for several days at a time. Our agents can deal with the installation and collection of a device, the device will then provide a detailed log of times, routes and locations visited. We can then provide via our software can be overlaid onto maps to show routes taken, places visited and the time spent at each and every place.

We also fully understand that this may well be a stressful time and we would like to assure you that we treat every enquiry we receive in the strictest of confidence and in accordance with the guidelines of the Data Protection Act of 1998.

If you want to discuss the possibilities of using one or more of our GPS vehicle tracking please get in contact with us for a free of charge obligation chat. Call us on 0208 935 5132 or email us at info@jcinvestigationslondon.co.uk.