Paragon is New Zealand’s largest Private Investigation agency. For over 30 years, our company principal Ron McQuilter and his team have helped companies, government agencies and individuals reduce their exposure to risk, capitalise on business opportunities as well as identify and deal with a wide array of personal and business crime.
Your typical NZ Private Investigator is a sole trader with a flash website and some contractors to assist. With Paragon you are dealing with the only New Zealand Private Investigation company that has a board of governance, longevity in leadership spanning decades and a true nationwide reach. Paragon’s focus is on creating strategic client partnerships and adding tangible value to our customer’s business or endeavours, whether it’s here in New Zealand or worldwide.
Our philosophy is: “To identify, anticipate and fulfil our client’s needs with integrity, experience and commitment”.
Our investigators are all proven industry professionals, proud to be selected as part of the Paragon Team. Uniquely individual with their own talents and specialties, they can work solely on an assignment or as part of a unit.
Our full-time dedicated surveillance specialist runs our surveillance unit with adapted vehicles, encrypted radio telephones, mobile internet, video and photo capabilities.
Our facilities, systems and processes allow a fast turnaround on client’s files, and our investigators need only focus on the task at hand
Code of Ethics:
Paragon’s Key personnel are full members of NZIPI (see the side bar – No company can claim to be a member of NZIPI), our Managing Director is the current Chairman of NZIPI and is proud to ensure he adheres to the NZIPI code of ethics:
“We shall perform our professional duties in accordance with the Laws of New Zealand with the highest moral principles and with truthfulness and integrity.”
“We will at all times take every care to ensure the professional reputation of the Institute, our members and principals are not compromised.”
“We will be diligent and competent in performing our professional responsibilities and will when properly called upon by the Institute’s ethics committee be prepared to assist in any investigation of our actions as they might reflect on the Institute’s reputation, ethics and objectives.”