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Ken Gamble appointed as Associate of ACCP

Ken Gamble appointed as Associate of The African Center for Cyberlaw and Cybercrime Prevention (ACCP)

GII Executive Director, Ken Gamble, has been appointed as an Associate of The African Center for Cyberlaw and Cybercrime Prevention (ACCP). The ACCP is an entrepreneurial non-profit organisation with a mission to understand the Internet; to study its development, dynamics, norms, and standards in Africa; to assess the need for, or lack of, laws and sanctions, and to enhance knowledge about fraudulent online strategies commonly used by criminals in exploiting people.


GII expands operations into the Philippines - Manila office opens

May 2010 - GII has announced the appointment of retired Police Chief, Superintendent Jovie A. Gutierrez, Jr CSP as the GII Chief Consultant of the Philippines.

Gen. Gutierrez is a holder of a Masters Degree in Science of Criminology, a Major in Law Enforcement and is a Licensed Security Consultant. He brings to GII more than 35 years of security-related services.


GII opens London office

Renowned International Private Investigator Ken Gamble of Gamble Investigations International has announced the official opening of his London office.

Monday 25 January 2010 - GII President Ken Gamble has announced the appointment of Ms. Anna Willson to fulfil the role of UK Operations Manager at Gamble Investigations International’s new London office located at Level 17, Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad Street, London. The expansion into the UK follows a series of successful investigations for British clients over the past 18 months.


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