There are a lot of myths about the traditional role of a private investigator and their duties. If you imagine a private investigator in your mind chances are they will be a short, burly man who carries a gun and wears a trench coat, working in the shadows. However, that’s not always true, and women are proving time and again to be perhaps better suited to the profession.
“Relationship Investigations Specialists”
Indonesia Ladies’ Detective Agency (ILDA) was established in 2008 by the first female private investigator in Indonesia. Our current Indonesian CEO and Director of Investigations has over 10 years experience and specialises in relationship investigations – mainly gathering evidence on cheating partners. She and her team of women investigators have worked on 100s of cases. Often a woman investigator in a surveillance situation tends to raise less suspicion that the stereotypical male. For a free consultation please contact ILDA or give us call.
We are the experts at putting cheating partners under discrete surveillance. With our huge network we are able to operate anywhere in Indonesia. In some cases we can collaborate with authorities to catch cheats red-handed.
All cases are treated in confidence. This ILDA promise covers information provided by our clients, and the information we uncover during a case. If requested we are happy to sign confidentiality or non-disclosure agreements.
However painful, clients need evidence to support their decisions and move forward. This is the key focus and aim of all our strategies when we plan and conduct a case - gathering clear and concrete evidence to reveal the truth.
Women Private Investigators in Fiction and Reality
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Though men have been the archetypal detectives, fictional woman private investigators have existed way before even Sherlock Holmes was introduced in 1887. Andrew Forrester Jr. introduced Mrs Gladden, the first female detective character in 1864. If one reads Mrs Gladden’s approach to crime, one would find that Holmes is perhaps a worthy successor to her methods of deduction.
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Whilst stereotypes are often seen as a negative presumption about someone due to their particular gender, race or religion. In PI work possibly stereotypes might be a benefit. Most people do not expect women to be PI’s, and this will help a woman be more inconspicuous and raise less suspicions when carrying out surveillance.
Challenges Faced By Women Private Investigators
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Whilst women might in actual fact hold an advantage over their male counterparts particularly when it comes to surveillance, they also possibly have some unique challenges they need to deal with. The biggest challenge is actually prejudice. Despite this the number of women investigators are on the rise.
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