The Director

Debbie Woledge

Debbie Woledge completed 30 years of service with Kent Police. She is an extremely experienced detective having spent 26 years in the field of criminal investigation. During this time she worked on several high profile murder cases and spent 7 years investigating commercial fraud including acting as deputy to the officer in the case of an international property based fraud investigation involving assets of more than £160 million. She also had considerable inter-agency liaison with the Crown Prosecution Service, Social Services, Kent Fire Brigade, The National Health Service, Her Majesty’s Courts Service and other similar bodies, often helping to devise systems later adopted as ‘best practice’ within these organisations.

Following the review of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) by the Rt. Hon. Iain Glidewell and the publishing of his report in June 1998, Debbie was appointed to explore and evaluate the possibility of installing police personnel in the Kent CPS to improve efficiency within the Criminal Justice System. She conducted a full and comprehensive review culminating in the presentation of a detailed 23 page report recommending the appointment of Case Progression Officers. They were duly appointed.

Her professional qualifications and training include

  • National Certificate in Business & Finance and Grade ‘A’ GCSE in Accounting
  • Accreditation in the Theory and Practice of Criminal Investigation
  • Interview trained in accordance with the P.E.A.C.E model
  • Critical Incident Awareness Trained
  • Criminal Intelligence Analysis Trained
  • Disclosure Trained in accordance with The Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996
  • Presentation Skills Trained
  • Level 3 QCF Award for Professional Investigators

Invicta Investigation offers services covering commercial investigations, fraud investigations, process serving, personal injury investigations, evidence gathering, loss prevention and fraud prevention. They also provide an enquiry consultancy service.