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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THE long-suffering mother of Hayley Dodd is still clinging to the hope her daughter’s body will one day be found.

On the 15th anniversary of her daughter’s disappearance, Margaret Dodd says her tortured family was still in “unimaginable turmoil”, not knowing what happened to Hayley 15 years ago.

Today marks 15 years exactly since Hayley vanished in the remote town of Badgingarra, 215km north of Perth. The 17-year-old was last seen walking along North West Road after hitching a ride from Dongara.

JULY 29, 1999: THE DAY HAYLEY VANISHED. Any information call Crime Stoppers.
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July 29th, 7:42 am

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We are happy to announce that the Common Usage Agreement (CUA) 14610 for the provision of Investigative Services for the Whole of Government has been extended by another 12 months. We are available via the Department of Finance CUA for engagement by any public sector agency. We also represent the best value for money on the CUA. Great news!! ... See MoreSee Less

July 27th, 9:00 am

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THE mother of a young man killed on the side of a road in northern Western Australia is outraged his attacker has had his murder charge dropped, after police interviews were deemed inadmissible.

JOSHUA Timothy Warneke, 21, was walking home from a night out drinking with his friends in Broome on February 26, 2010 when he was assaulted on Old Broome Road, sustaining fatal head injuries.

In 2012, police investigators interviewed Gene Gibson, a resident of the Kiwirrkurra Community in the Gibson Desert.
They had decided beforehand to treat Gibson as a witness, so he was not initially arrested or cautioned, the interview was not recorded and he was not told at the outset of his right to silence.
Despite English being his second language, an interpreter was not used.
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July 26th, 9:13 am

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PETER Slipper has lost his last ditch attempt to have charges of misusing taxpayer funded Cabcharge dockets to visit wineries dismissed.

The former Speaker’s defence yesterday launched an application to have the three charges, relating to the alleged $1000 misuse of Cabcharge dockets in 2010, thrown out, insisting he has no case to answer.

But ACT Chief Magistrate Lorraine Walker this morning ruled against the application.

She said the “overall inference” from the prosecution’s evidence is that Mr Slipper’s intention to visit the wineries was “for the purpose of doing what one usually does at wineries”.

The Chief Magistrate dismissed the suggestion he was on parliamentary business because he may have taken work-related phone calls, saying it was akin to claiming a “personal holiday” as a tax deduction where one took a work call.
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July 25th, 9:00 am

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A FORMER NSW policeman has been found guilty of misleading the Police Integrity Commission over an alleged drug-fuelled weekend with fellow officers on the Gold Coast.

ROBERT John Reid, 45, pleaded not guilty to three counts of giving false or misleading evidence at a hearing before the police watchdog in October 2011.
At the commission, Reid was quizzed about an alleged bender he and former and serving officers went on during a boys weekend in Queensland in 2010.
The former officer said he did not remember whether anyone else ate hash cookies or took ecstasy or cocaine.
He also denied supplying the illicit drugs for the Gold Coast jaunt, saying another of his "mates" had been responsible for the hash cookies.
But Magistrate Peter Barnett rejected the claims on Thursday, saying surveillance footage - which had been secretly installed by investigators at the Gold Coast apartment - clearly showed Reid bringing hash cookies into the room before proclaiming: "Help yourself guys, go nuts."
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July 24th, 3:43 pm

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