Code of Conduct

We at Fatali Investigations consider ethics to be the most important part of our business; trust and respect from our clients are paramount to our success. While as private investigators we very often handle and come across very sensitive and personal information, it becomes essential for us to adhere to a code of conduct, and for our clients to understand what they should expect from us, the "professionals." Ethical guidelines provide a framework for making choices. Common sense dictates that we make these choices according to established laws, community morals, concern for fairness, and attention to the needs and safety of those around us. Choices should also be made with respect for everyone involved, including ourselves. We will always adhere to:

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Policy for Managing public complaints against licensed employees

Pursuant to the Security Services and Investigators Act

As per sections 24, 25, 26 and 27 of the Security Services and Investigators Act (the Act), if a public complaint is received about an employee licensed under the Act, the following process will be followed.  This policy only applies to individuals directly employed by the company and does not apply to the licensed employees of contract service providers.

For the purposes of this section, Registrar refers to the Registrar, Security Services and Investigators Act, Alberta Solicitor General and Public Security.

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