Surveillance

Surveillance is a form of art within its self and is often done by a team of 3 operators.

In the modern day Video surveillance is the most required form of information recording and this can be critical for a case such as a claim for personal injury etc. Different forms of surveillance can be utilized to get the required evidence –

  • Static
  • Mobile
  • Foot
  • Commercial
  • Rural
  • Urban

 

Our operators can “blend in” into the surroundings either in a quiet shop to a busy town centre and at the same time still keeping a record of the subjects’ movements.

 

Vehicle Surveillance is a common skill that is used on a regular occurrence. This can be achieved by using two or more vehicles ranging from all type of vehicles that are available or by installing a vehicle tracker [Global Position System (GPS)]. Be aware that a vehicle tracking system does as what it says – it tracks the vehicle and not the subject that is required to be observed.

 

Rural surveillance is a skill that requires a bit more planning as there might be a need for an operator to remain in a rural environment to get the evidence that is required. This is useful for the farming communities due to the increase in rural crime especially on the farms and their land.

 

When is surveillance used?

Surveillance is used to get as much recorded information as possible on the subject in question. This can be used for either commercial or private matters –

  • Benefit fraud.
  • Insurance fraud.
  • Marital issues
  • Commercial [person claiming injury at work and suspicion of fraudulent claim]
  • Theft in the work place.
  • Confirm living address.
  • Immigration issues.

 

Technology

Today’s technology allows the operator to use better equipment to achieve the best results. The equipment is as sophisticated as it can commercially be. The quality of the video footage is at its best.

Different forms of covert [hidden] cameras can be used to get the best result. The different types of cameras can be explained once the task has been confirmed.

 

Voice recordings

We have the capability of only conducting voice recordings and this will be done within the law of England and Wales.