DCI INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES
INVESTIGATE ALLEGATIONS OF WORKPLACE MISCONDUCT
DCI's founder, Staci Dresher, is a certified workplace investigator (AWI-CH) with broad experience investigating allegations of workplace misconduct, including harassment, discrimination, retaliation and bullying. Her background as a private investigator also provides a unique skill set to get former employees, consultants and other knowledgeable parties to speak with her when they are not legally mandated to cooperate with an investigation.
DCI further conducts internal corporate investigations to look into allegations of fraud, kickback schemes, conflicts of interests and bribery at the workplace, often related to a potential violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
GATHER ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
DCI conducts investigations to find admissible facts, knowledgeable witnesses, and hidden assets and connections during legal disputes involving white collar criminal matters, intellectual property infringement and other commercial civil matters.
DCI also gathers intelligence on people, companies, government operations and geopolitical issues so executives, investment professionals and business leaders can make informed, competent decisions.
WITNESSES AND KNOWLEDGEABLE SOURCES
DCI professionals identify and interview individuals to gather reputation and credibility information, identify political risk data and flag past bad acts to ensure important legal, business and personal decisions are well informed.
Staci Dresher has served as an expert witness in civil litigation matters to weigh in whether a prior investigation was comprehensive and conducted fairly.
DCI is also hired to discreetly engage in a customer experience, purchase a product or service at issue or gather competitive intelligence, often to provide the investigation results in an affidavit or declaration or to serve as a deposition or trial witness.
RISK MITIGATION AND SECURITY CONSULTANT
DCI is a valuable resource to corporate, legal, HR and compliance professionals to help defuse and respond to threats and security concerns in the workplace.
DCI also provides real solutions when evidence of fraud, conflict of interest, bribery or theft is uncovered, as well as guidance to implement new policies and procedures to prevents future recurrences.
DCI further assists companies to develop hiring procedures and background checking policies to ensure red flags in candidates' backgrounds are promptly identified.