Founded originally in Kenya in 1951, today in the 21st century, ABCIPI has offices worldwide. The complexity as well as the varying types of cases that we take on has changed a lot since our early days. But whether we are dealing with 21st century cyber crime or old-fashioned fraud or matrimonial infidelity, we are the second oldest private detective agency in the world, with our offices in Nairobi located in the heart of the city at 16 ICEA Building, Kenyatta Avenue.
As Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi has, in addition to its urban core, Nairobi National Park, a large game reserve that is well known for breeding endangered black rhinos and is also the home to giraffes, zebras and lions. Next to it is a well-regarded elephant orphanage that is operated by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Nairobi is also often used as a jumping-off point for safari trips elsewhere in Kenya.
As a well-known and trusted Detective Agency ABCIPI are engaged to solve cases in the corporate arena including those of complex fraud and blackmail as well as carrying out due diligence and other staff and competitor related investigations. We have many years of experience and we get results, which is why we are the most hired and successful Nairobi detective agency.
Romance fraud can be one of the most upsetting and insidious of frauds relying as it does on emotional involvement by the victim. At ABCIPI we have a lot of experience in this area and an impressive success rate. We approach all our cases with concern and delicacy and with forensic detail.
With the wide range of investigations and surveillance services that ABCIPI offer, other detective agencies in Nairobi find it very difficult to compete with our expertise and success rate.
ABCIPI's sister companyWilsons Detectives offers both Private and Corporate Intelligence Services throughout Europe.
Our Guiding Principle:
employ dedicated and experienced team of consultants, investigators and researchers who provide a discreet, professional and dedicated service that will find answers to any questions you have