Nella Global Solutions

Nella Global Solutions – The Professional and Ethical Investigation & Surveillance Firm in Perth

NELLA GLOBAL SOLUTIONS is an Investigations, Security, Surveillance and Training agency based in O’Connor, Perth, Western Australia.  We provide services to State and Local Government, the Public Sector and privately owned businesses and agencies.

We are the most cost effective administrative investigators in WA for the level of experience  that we hold.  We can ensure value for money.


Our staff are highly trained and formally qualified industry professionals who are bound by stringent confidentiality agreements to protect our clients and the services that we perform for them.   All staff are ex-public sector employees and all hold high level qualifications in provision of Investigation and Surveillance Services.  We are a provider of choice for the Department of Local Government and appear on the Whole of Public Sector Common Usage Agreement CUA 14610 .


Our services include:

  • Investigations both administrative and factual,
  • Staff grievances and workplace reviews,
  • Surveillance operations,
  • Mystery calls, agency visits and staff integrity testing,
  • Investigative and surveillance training.

Our Clients include:

  • State and Local Government,
  • Public Sector Agencies,
  • Private Sector and Resource Sector; and
  • Universities and TAFES.

We adhere to the Australian Government Investigative Standards as set down by WAPOL, CCC and other recognised public sector bodies.  We pride ourselves on our integrity, accountability and transparency in all service delivery areas.

Our staff are industry trained private investigators and governed by best practice methodologies and national guidelines such as AGIS as set by professional bodies like ASIAL of whom Nella Global is a Corporate Member. Additionally, all staff are appropriately licenced pursuant to the Security and Related Activities Act 2003 and covered by the relevant insurances to State Government standards.  Although our company is based in Perth, Western Australia, we can service both regional and interstate requests.

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A MALE SERCO EMPLOYEE at Perth's Immigration Detention Centre has been stood down over allegations he sexually harassed a male detainee.
The ABC has been told an Iranian man in his late 20s was allegedly approached several times by a Serco employee and offered a mobile phone, money or extra food in exchange for sexual favours.
The detainee was allegedly approached in person at more than one location inside the detention centre, located at Perth airport, and over the phone.
The detainee refused and a complaint was lodged.
It is understood the Iranian detainee wrote a letter of complaint to Serco and to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
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August 15th, 8:14 am

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CORRUPTION AND CRIME COMMISSION WORKSHOP for State and Local Government Managers. These workshops are highly popular and extremely informative.
Date: Tuesday, 19 August 2014
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Venue: Westend Room, First Floor, Rydges Hotel Perth
Cost: This workshop is offered free of charge.
Registration is essential as numbers are limited. visit for more information
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August 13th, 7:24 am

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SPY PROOF EMAIL - YAHOO will begin spy-proofing its email system with end-to-end encryption technology, following in the footsteps of Google.

IF successful, the technology will expand encryption beyond the domain of technologists and hackers, and safeguard the content of everyday messages.

The measures will be introduced by the end of the year, and come as internet companies face increasing pressure to protect the content of their customers' communications following revelations last year by whistleblower Edward Snowden about US government surveillance.
Google announced a similar project in June.
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August 9th, 2:47 pm

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TWO Perth seniors have lost more than $10,000 in an Australian Taxation Office (ATO) scam after the criminals used scare tactics to threaten the women.

A 69-YEAR-OLD woman received a call from a scammer claiming to be from the ATO, offering a $70,000 rebate, but was told she had to first send $10,000 before receiving the money.

In a separate case, a 74-year-old woman was told she had to pay a tax bill by the end of the day or she would be arrested.
The woman sent $500 initially and then a further $2900 was demanded, but she cancelled the second payment after discovering it was a scam.
Consumer Protection commissioner Anne Driscoll said the threatening nature of the calls was concerning.
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August 7th, 6:55 pm

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You must read this!! This was decided today and effects ALL australians.

EVERY phone call you’ve ever made. Every word you’ve ever googled. Every Facebook status you’ve ever posted.

All your phone and internet records will soon be stored by the government for two years, in what some consider a scary play for Big Brother authority.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s national security committee (NSC) has signed off on controversial mandatory data retention laws, which spy agencies claim are “critical” to fighting terrorism.

NSC, in a marathon meeting yesterday in Canberra, approved the laws to compel telecommunications and internet companies to keep customer data — namely metadata — for at least two years.

Mr Abbott and Attorney-General George Brandis confirmed the plan this afternoon when announcing a raft of new anti-terrorism measures.
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August 5th, 5:29 pm

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