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Surveillance is conducted when other investigative methods have failed, or when adequate evidence through any other investigative technique cannot be obtained. Surveillance can be “static” or “mobile”, and can involve one person or a team. Video or Photos are obtained, depicting a course of events to be used as evidence in a trial, hearing, or for any other managed dispute resolution. Surveillance can be used in virtually any investigation; however, it is the quality of our trained Detectives/Process servers that makes the Surveillance a success. Surveillance can be conducted on the following:
What You Must Know about Privacy and Surveillance
There exist an almost infinite number of reasons why you might need surveillance from a qualified private investigator at some point in your life. With marital infidelity on the rise, employee dishonesty increasing, and crime rates a concern for everyone across the country, surveillance is simply one of the smartest ways you can stay safe. Surveillance gives you the facts and proof you need about those people you trust with your home, Your business, your children, your money, and your life.
Despite this, surveillance and privacy have become a hot issue lately. Many people worry that surveillance affects their privacy. Plus, new privacy laws mean that surveillance through audio and video equipment as well as other forms of surveillance equipment can be restricted in court when not performed by a private investigator.
What does this mean for me?
If you want security surveillance for your home, home surveillance equipment usually causes very few legal problems. As long as you’re not using home surveillance equipment to monitor people without their permission, you can generally use security surveillance equipment to keep your home safe from intruders. If, on the other hand, you are using surveillance techniques or surveillance equipment to observe potentially cheating spouses, potentially dishonest employees, or caretakers, you may be breaking the law.
Well, you can spend hours researching laws in your area of you can hire a lawyer to find out whether your surveillance techniques are legal in your area. Of course, you can always stop surveillance entirely and just hope that the people you trust with your safety and security are in fact trustworthy.
Let’s face it: these alternatives either put you at risk or are expensive. A better alternative is to hire a private investigator. A professional investigator is licensed and insured to provide surveillance and to gather evidence through audio and video equipment. Plus, a professional investigator is often the most effective way to observe someone or something. Our investigators, after all, are trained for years in order to be able to track down alleged criminals or dishonesty in any form. Since private investigators are well-versed in current laws and often work with police and police investigations, you don’t have to worry about legal impediments when you entrust your surveillance needs to our investigators. Plus, our investigators have access to various types of surveillance equipment — such as many different types of hidden cameras, specialized equipment, and special vehicles — that can make surveillance more effective. If surveillance reveals illegal activity, evidence gathered by our private investigators often stands up in court much better than evidence gathered by the average citizen.
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If you suspect that a spouse is cheating, that a nanny or babysitter is abusive, that an employee is dishonest, if you suspect someone is betraying you, it is difficult to concentrate on everyday tasks. Why waste your time, energy, and stay up nights worrying? A single call to Alliance Investigative Services (800) 580-4749 can put you on the path to learning the truth.