Tremark Associates have opened a new regional office in Leicester to complement Tremark’s existing offices in Leeds and the City of London. Tremark offer nationwide process serving, tracing and investigatory services and operate with a nationwide team of field investigators and process servers. Tremark are BS102000 and ISO9001 accredited and corporate members of the Association of British Investigators.
The opening of the new office creates a central corridor down the spine of the country from which Tremark’s own in house investigators can work. They will continue to be supported by our established panel of approved sub-contractors and consultants.
The new Leicester office will operate as a base for the midlands and cover the area across to and including central Birmingham, and from Chesterfield in the North down to Northampton. Administration support will continue to be handled within our head office in Leeds.
The office will be headed up by Ken Robson, who previously worked from Chancery Lane Office in Central London. Ken was a communications expert in the Royal Signals, before joining the Metropolitan Police in 1997. Ken recently moved to the area with his wife Ann.
Ken’s Police career spanned 20 years working as a plain clothes officer on the Robbery, Stolen Vehicle and Crime squads based at Scotland Yard. Ken finished his police career as a motorcyclist as part of a team targeting burglars, car crime and other violent offenders, and was awarded numerous bravery awards and commendations including the Commissioners Award in 2012.
Ken joined Tremark Associates after retiring from the Police in February 2017. His role involves process serving and other investigatory tasks and he will continue to be supported by his Suzuki GSX 650 motorcycle.
‘’We have been looking for the right opportunity to expand in the area for about five years’’ Said Tremark director Mark Hodgson. ‘We have some great clients based in the east and west midlands and we obviously undertake a lot of work within those areas and wanted to have our own physical presence. We knew Ken and Ann planned to move to the Leicester area to be nearer their daughter and grandchildren in the future, so we broached the idea to Ken and he jumped at the chance. ‘’