Lauren fulfilled an accredited apprenticeship, learning about all manner of investigation from surveillance to fingerprinting and demonstrated herself to be a competent researcher
With an overwhelming learning curve - the work we handle is broad and often very complex - she throws herself into her practical work with care, compassion and interest
One of Lauren's first visits outside of her comfort zone was to take on the role of ' Sherlock' at a business exhibition on only her second day of working, engaging with visitors and exhibitors alike - including engaging with a Segway board!
She is also adept at fingerprinting, not only where used in evidence but in taking people's prints for verification for the FBI
Some of the less routine assignments have included interviewing a prisoner in pentonville Prison and travelling to Morocco for investigation on behalf of three different clients
While you are unlikely to spot Lauren when on surveillance, you may recognise her from last year's Christmas card or in her other guise as Sherlock at any one of the numerous business shows where we have exhibited
Lauren was a finalist for 'Apprentice of the Year' as reported in the Surrey Advertiser