The National Security Detective Agency (NSDA) offers a full range of professional services in both criminal and civil court cases.
NSDA also guarantees detailed attention to your needs and supplies a solution to your problem. How is this done?
NSDA handles difficult and diversified cases. The Agency takes advantage of new technology by using high-speed tech computers for cases that require quick, wide range global inquires into government records, which are completely confidential. NSDA is not just another high tech detective agency for business and individuals. The Agency uses established time proven techniques, adapting overt and covert surviellence methods. Importantly, experienced NSDA investigators are assigned to your case. NSDA also has contact with other investigators worldwide as well as other specialists in the field. For example, polygraph and arson investigators. The following are just some of the cases that NSDA handles:
CIVILIAN AND GOVERNMENT CASES, CRIMINAL, DOMESTIC, MISSING PERSONS, INSURANCE – FIRE, AUTO, AIRCRAFT, MARINE CRAFT, WORKMAN’S COMP, SECURITY, PERSONAL / COMMERCIAL, CRISIS MANAGEMENT, COUNTER TERRORISM, SECURITY AWARENESS, BACKGROUND RECORD SEARCHES, FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MEDICAL EXAMINERS, FORENSIC FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION, COMPUTER CRIME FORENSICS, COMPUTER FRAUD, THEFT & HACKING CRIMES.
In conclusion, NSDA guarantees to give your problem the focus it deserves, ensuring a solution to the case by not working for you but also with you. The Agency offers applicants the easiest methods to get the most information in the fastest turnaround time possible.
As the director of NSDA, I have investigated and solved homicides and serious crimes that have been featured nationwide on television, radio, and appeared in various newspaper and magazine articles. My investigations have also included archaeological and historical high profile cases that have led me to the preservation of important historical sites in the state of Maryland. As an archaeologist and writer for 20 years the field of investigation coincides.