Leicester Private Investigators Respond To Independent Article: Melanie Sykes cautioned after assaulting husband Jack Cockings

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Leicester Private Investigators give information regarding Surveillance services in light of The Independent article by Daisy Wyatt dated 28 November 2013: Melanie Sykes cautioned after assaulting husband Jack Cockings

No person should suffer domestic abuse and there is no justification for those committing it. But, often, offenders go unpunished and the abuse usually escalates after that”Julie goes on to say

According to the article in published The Independent by Daisy Wyatt dated 28 November 2013: Melanie Sykes cautioned after assaulting husband Jack Cockings , television presenter Melanie Sykes has been arrested and cautioned after assaulting her husband at their home in London. The 43-year-old star was taken into custody and spent the night there before admitting to the offence and accepting a caution, police said. A spokesman for Scotland Yard said: “Police were called approximately 9.45pm on Tuesday 26 November to a residential address in Hampstead following reports of an assault. “A 43-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of common assault and taken to a north London police station. She has since been given a caution for common assault.” Sykes’ husband, Jack Cockings, 27, did not require hospital treatment, police said. A spokesman for Sykes declined to comment. The television presenter, who found fame in adverts for Boddingtons beer in the mid-nineties, married Cockings in May. Sykes, a former model, has hosted shows including The Big Breakfast, Today with Des and Mel and Lunch with Gino and Mel. She served as a guest panellist on ITV’s Loose Women in 2005 and returned to host the show in 2008. The presenter has two sons aged 11 and nine from her marriage to Italian actor Daniel Caltagirone, which ended in 2009.

Leicester Private Investigators is able to help when it comes to cases that involve any form domestic violence. The clients can put their trust in our private investigators hands, which have vast experience in handling this type of cases.

Chief Investigator Julie Richie argues that, “No person should suffer domestic abuse and there is no justification for those committing it. But, often, offenders go unpunished and the abuse usually escalates after that."

Julie goes on to say, “Our agency can help in many ways, usually by setting up surveillance, which helps in providing photographic and video proof that the assault took place, as well the identity of the victim and the offender."

The whole process begins with a meeting with the client in our office, during which all the details of the investigation will be disclosed. After that, private investigators will install hidden camera equipment in the client’s home, which will carefully place to avoid detection. Investigators will then monitor the developments in real time and record everything on to a hard drive. The recordings will serve as indisputable proof, and hopefully it will help the client get rid of the abuser.

Leicester Private Investigators feels that under no circumstance is domestic abuse necessary or justified, and that the offenders should answer for the abuse they put the victims, members of their family, through. Domestic abuse investigations will provide you with useful evidence, which will allow the victim to seek justice and protect themselves from domestic abuse and make them feel safe inside their home once again. It is important that victims react to the problem quickly, before it gets worse. Contact Julie Richie on 0116 312 0304 or at j.richie(at)leicester-privateinvestigators(dot)co(dot)uk if you feel that you are the victim of domestic abuse.

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