György Baráth – Baráth and Partners Private Investigator Agency

Majority owner and managing director of the Baráth and Partners Security Consulting and Private Investigation Agency.

My career in a nutshell:


Baráth György BaráthAfter my high school and college education, I served in the Hungarian People’s Army as part of the professional military personnel between 1975-79. I was then transferred to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, first to the Military Counterintelligence Department (BM III/IV), then to the Department of Counterintelligence (BM III/II.). After the fall of the communist regime, I served in the Information Office of the Republic of Hungary until May 1994 in various specialist positions.

From 1995, I worked as an independent security advisor before acquiring my personal private investigator license in 1998. After which, I established the Baráth and Partners Private Investigator Agency in 1999, then the Baráth and Partners Security Consulting and Private Investigation Agency in 2007, following internal restructuring. I am majority owner and managing director of the agency.

Studies

I graduated from the Faculty of State Security of the Police College in 1980, then the department of General Intelligence of the Miklós Zrínyi Military Academy in 1987 (faculty “D”).
I successfully passed a Russian language exam in 1980, and one in English in 1987.

Participation in the professional community

I have been a member of the Professional Association of Private Security and Investigation since 1998 (SZVMSZK), and a member of the Hungarian Association of Detectives since 2011. I later became a member of the board and president of the management board of the association in January 2013. As of April 2013, I have been the president of the Hungarian Association of Detectives. I am also a member of the Association of European Investigators (AIE) and the Association of British Investigators (ABI).

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