Give us a call. Let's discuss your private investigation needs over a business lunch.
To new clients and prospective clients: We look forward to providing you with professional, first-class investigative services. Give us a call and let us discuss your private investigation needs confidentially over the phone or a business lunch. We use both innovative and traditional investigation methods to get the job done.
We would be happy to provide you with a list of references who can testify to our good results and professionalism. Additionally, if you would like to request more information about our services please fill out our contact form and we'll answer any questions you have.
At Krofina Investigative Services we are all about personal interaction with our clients. We appreciate our corporate, legal, and individual clients. In addition, we are grateful for the work of our local and state police who we often rely upon to provide us with the reports necessary to collect accurate data which aids our investigations.
One way for us to say "thank you" to our clients and local law enforcement is to support any community events or social benefits on their behalf. If you are a client supporting a local charity, please let us know if we can help out, whether it is purchasing tickets to a benefit dinner or offering an item for a charity auction. If you are a contact or colleague in the law enforcement field, please keep us informed of any events aided to help the investigative community.
We always make an effort to take care of those who take care of us.
Most of our clients have been with us a long time. Whether it’s serving a subpoena or getting a statement from a difficult witness, our existing clients know we will come through for them. As principal, I always look forward to catching up with clients at fundraisers and other Southern California business events. If we haven't caught up in a while or your business needs are changing, please let us know. We always want to grow with our clients to make sure that their business needs are being met.
—David J. Krofina