Patrick Kurtz's Interview with the American Radio Station NPR

27. August 2016

<a href=Private Investigator Germany“ />Recently, Patrick Kurtz, CEO of our Detective Agency in Berlin, Germany, gave an interview to Tony Andrews from Radio NPR. It was our chief investigator's first ever English interview. The two of them discussed private investigations in Berlin and in Germany in general and talked about a very special case containing a missing person and highly specialised man-trailing dogs. The following extract is taken from the original radio broadcast:

Preconditions for Private Investigations in Germany

Tony Andrews: "Berlin has a long history of being at the epicenter of espionage. And not only during the Cold War: Just this year construction on the new BND (Bundesnachrichten Dienst) spy headquarters was completed in the city. But what is less well-known is that Berlin also has the highest number of private detectives of any German city."

Patrick Kurtz: "I've always been a great fan of Sherlock Holmes, cliché I know."

Tony Andrews: "That's private investigator Patrick Kurtz. Because he doesn't have a license to kill, when a potential client approaches him, he has to first figure out whether the person has a right to the information they're seeking."

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Interview with Detective Agency Berlin
Missing person case by private investigators in Dusseldorf

Kurtz Investigations Berlin, Germany
Rykestraße 26
D-10405 Berlin
Tel.: 030 555 786 41-0
Fax: 030 555 786 41-9
E-Mail: kontakt@kurtz-detektei-berlin.de
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Kurtz Detektei Berlin
10405 Berlin Rykestraße 26
Telefon: 030 5557 8641-0
eMail: kontakt@kurtz-detektei-berlin.de
Internet: http://www.kurtz-detektei-berlin.de

Kurtz Detektei Berlin
10405 Berlin Rykestraße 26
Telefon: 030 5557 8641-0
eMail: kontakt@kurtz-detektei-berlin.de
Internet: http://www.kurtz-detektei-berlin.de
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