This news item has been produced with the kind permission of the Ascension Island Government on Tuesday 10th July 2012.
North Court Investigations are pleased to have recently been instructed by the Ascension Island Government, assisting them with their enquiries here in the UK.
We have received instructions from Governments around the world during the past 10 years, however Ascension Island is by far the remotest client we have ever had. As of March 2010 Ascension Island had a population of 884.
Ascension Island is situated approximately 1400 miles from the coast of South Africa and approximately 1000 miles from the coast of South America, with nothing else between it other than the South Atlantic Ocean. The average yearly temperature ranges from 20 – 31 degrees, it is classed as a sub tropical Island.
Ascension Island covers an area of just 34 square miles, it’s a volcanic Island with Green Mountain situated in the centre.
Green Mountain rises to 2,818 feet, it is lush and green with plenty of plant life and wild life. However the lower slops and western side of the Island is covered in volcanic ash and has very little vegetation.
Ascension Island may well be the remotest place we have received instructions from but the place the our service took place was far from being remote.
We have been thinking about the remotest place we have worked and it must be a tiny place called Cantwell, which is roughly 200 miles north of Anchorage in Alaska. Canwell has a population of under 200!
Here at North Court Investigations we are able to service the needs of clients from all over the globe, as well as being able to operate across the globe by using our associate private investigators, process servers and enquiry agents.