Private Investigator Surveillance
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Covert surveillance is the discreet observation of an unaware subject to observe actions, interactions and capacities, and to record evidence supporting those observations. Private investigator surveillance is legal, when done correctly. The evidence obtained can be used for court, or a tribunal. A private investigator, conducting surveillance, does not intend to disturb the target, as this is counter productive; this is not stalking, as it does not have the objectives of stalking, and is done by a vetted, licensed, professional private investigator. It is possible that a private person, conducting surveillance, may be considered to be stalking, if they are observed doing the concerning acts. Always use professional private investigator surveillance, if you attempt it yourself, and fail, it makes it harder for us! The different subgroups of private investigator surveillance include business and franchise dispute surveillance, HR investigations surveillance for matters including allegations of corruption, criminal activity, or an inappropriate relationship (which may damage the reputation of the business, breach internal guidelines, or the law), Workcover surveillance or Workers Compensation claim surveillance, child custody surveillance (to address concerns, prove risks or establish evidence of a breach), relationship surveillance (a suspected affair by a husband, a partner, a wife), divorce property settlement surveillance, and competitor intelligence gathering (especially where it is suspected a competitor is breaking the law for financial advantage). Surveillance is often about addressing a suspicion, and gathering evidence to turn it into a fact, if the suspicion is correct. It is testing a theory, or advancing a known position.
A private investigator, if they believe the subject is paranoid, will alter their methods; this is important when observing drug users, as paranoia is a common characteristic. Paranoid behaviour is also linked to other mental illnesses, and people who are breaking the law or trying to scam (such as a WorkCover claimant who is faking an injury, or refusing to accept that the injury has healed and is pushing for a payout). A good background, from the client, advice the the subject for surveillance displays some paranoia, or has issues, assists with the fuzzy logic required for private investigator surveillance, such as relationship surveillance, or Workcover surveillance.
Private investigator surveillance is used for private drug investigations, and is one of the few avenues available, where drug use or drug dealing is suspected. There are times when, after the intelligence is gathered, the client may request police involvement, as this will generate court evidence, police evidence, relating to the activity. At other times the client simply desires to confirm or deny a suspicion, this is especially relevant to investigating children. We have discreet, experienced, private investigator surveillance operatives for these occasions.
When engaging a surveillance operative it is imperative that you provide as much relevant background as is available. If the subject's best friend lives three doors down, and they meet every morning for coffee, or every afternoon for a beer, we need to know (we don't want to set up surveillance outside the best friends place, apart from anything else). If the person goes to the gym at 5am on Thursdays, and plays golf religiously on Saturday morning, these are things that assist us with planning and fuzzy logic (we can back off as they turn to park at the Gym, as we have a good idea where they are going), things like that are important information. If a person leaves every morning at 5am, being there to start surveillance at 6am is not going to work. if the person walks, and catches a bus, when you are set up for a vehicle surveillance, can cause problems (and parking tickets when you abandon your car), too.
Private investigator Workcover surveillance is often slightly different to private investigator child custody dispute or relationship surveillance. With workcover surveillance you tend to get in closer, if possible, to record more detail, with an objective of recording the capacities of the subject. Child custody surveillance may be focused on a breach, such as meeting with a particular person, so you position for good identification footage of that person, or a particular person not being there, as a supervisor. Private investigator surveillance, child custody surveillance, may also be covering the treatment of the child, interactions with members of a household or things such as drug and alcohol use of a parent. For a relationship investigation the relationship surveillance may be focused on the suspected lover, not the subject, or on particular behaviours which do not mesh with the normal, or stated, behaviour of the subject. When you suspect infidelity, adultery, cheating, private investigator surveillance investigation may be the answer.
For relationship surveillance considerations include the targeted behaviour of the subject (changed arrival times at home, unexplained absences during the day, computer activity), what is known about the subjects activities (gym junky, girls nights out, boys footy nights etc), what is suspected, and what is known. We are usually trying to answer the question is my partner having an affair, although sometimes we are there to provide independent evidence they are having an affair, and the client can supply all the details. Sometimes the parties have already separated, and the client just wants closure. When you suspect an affair, infidelity, cheating, adultery, and need to take action, contact us for a free quote.