Private Investigator Surveillance
Surveillance is the physical observation of a person, place, or object. It is the practice of watching a subject in order to document the interactions or whereabouts of the subject. Physical Observation is when investigators physically follow or watch a subject. This can potentially involve disguises, stakeouts, and multiple investigators.
Surveillance is used in cheating spouse investigations, missing person cases, catching theft or vandalism. we also use surveillance in fraud investigations, worker’s compensation cases. Surveillance investigations usually involves detectives following their subjects, whether on foot or in a vehicle. Or it could be remaining in one location, which could include watching the subject from a parked car.
There are a variety of reasons for surveillance; from investigating crime to locating an individual, to conduct a surveillance investigation; to obtain evidence in civil suits, to document an individual’s location, to obtain evidence of a crime, to prevent crime. Sometimes we use it to document activities in or around a location and sometimes to obtain information to be used in court.