Intersol extend their investigation training, qualification, and operational reach into Scotland.

As a result of demand from Scottish Universities we have developed our service provision ‘north of the border’ with the recruitment of 3 new investigation associates in Scotland.

Whilst the investigation principles and forensic psychology of people are broadly consistent the world over (perhaps with the odd cultural difference), this development will enable a more empathetic approach to the nuances of civil serious misconduct investigation in Scotland.

As the team embark on their first investigation commission next week we wish them every success.


Pictured above: Intersol CEO, Ian Hynes, and CFO, Philip Adlem, at the AMOSSHE Winter conference opened by Jill Stevenson, Head of Student Support Services and Dean for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at University of Stirling and AMOSSHE Director (also pictured opening the conference networking event).

With experience of training and qualifying investigation skills, and conducting inquiries for over 25 UK universities, if we can be of any support to your Higher or Further Education institution, whether by training you to conduct low-risk, high frequency investigations internally, or supporting you as external investigators for high-risk, complex, less frequent investigations please contact the team at

We deliver an ‘end to end’ investigation case management service that includes unique investigation qualifications, mediation, panel training and support; all managed on our own encrypted and secure online platform.

Best of all? Advice is free. If there are lessons to be learned from the dozens of investigations already conducted and outcomes delivered fairly and reliably why not have them?