In certain personal and legal matters, monitoring a person's behavior and activity may be necessary to uncover information such as active employment in child custody cases or spousal support cases, child safety concerns, criminal activity, drug use, elderly abuse, fraud, embezzlement, trust concerns, infidelity investigations, and personal injury matters involving workers compensation cases and insurance fraud.
No matter what your situation might be there is most likely a way to discover the truth in a surveillance investigation.
A surveillance investigation is an attempt to discover the truth by monitoring a person's behavior and obtaining evidence to prove your suspicions. The evidence is established by obtaining photograph or videotape activity.
There are basically two types of Surveillance, "A Location Surveillance" and / or "A Following or Moving Surveillance."
This type of surveillance investigation requires the private detective to be in the area of a location such as a residence or a business and monitor human behavior and activity at the location through careful observation.
The surveillance may require the private detective to remain at the specific location and monitor the activity or follow someone if they leave the area. Any activity to support the client's belief is obtained with photograph or videotape evidence.
Following or Moving Surveillance:
This type of surveillance investigation requires the private detective to be in the area of a location such as a residence or a business and follow them when they leave and monitor their behavior and activity through careful observation. Any activity to support the client's belief is obtained with photograph or videotape evidence.
Below are some examples of when to consider the use of a Surveillance Investigation:
Background Investigation Surveillance Investigation:
In certain criminal and civil matters a surveillance background investigation may be necessary to discover the truth about a person's behavior and activity. The information discovered as a result of a surveillance investigation will be captured with documentation, photograph and videotape evidence and may provide information suspected such as criminal activity or drug use, current employment, Fraud, Embezzlement, Infidelity, or personal injury monitoring in workers compensation cases.
Child Custody and Child Support Surveillance Investigation:
When the safety of a child becomes a concern or when child support becomes an issue a surveillance investigation may provide information to prove or disprove a suspicion such as the welfare of a child, a child being left alone or in the care of someone else, parent or guardian criminal activity or drug use. The information discovered as a result of a surveillance investigation will be captured with documentation, photograph and videotape evidence.