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SURVEILLANCE COVERT SURVEILLANCE  Covert Surveillance is the act of observing a target discretely , without their knowledge. Because covert surveillance requires a blend of sophisticated technology , disciplined routines and the intuition and expertise of the private investigator, it can be considered both a science and an art at once. Common users of covert surveillance include: • Suspicious spouses who believe their husband or wife may be cheating • Parents concerned a nanny is abusing their children or stealing • Business owners who want to monitor shoppers, detect employee theft and ensure productivity • Insurance companies, to make sure a claim has not been filed fraudulently • Government agencies intent on tracking suspected criminals Covert surveillance can take many forms, such as Satellite or GPS tracking, video surveillance, photographic, stake-out, telephone, and computer monitoring. After assessing the situation and determining all pertinent variables, the investigator will then make the decision on which surveillance methods should be used. While some cases may be sufficiently handled using only one form of covert surveillance (such as video monitoring to catch a suspected thieving nanny), the nature of many cases will call for a combination of covert techniques. In order to leave no stone unturned, all methods may be used for a particularly challenging case to in order to uncover the available information. This approach will either expose the truth about the target outright, or paint a clear enough picture so that a judgment can easily be made.
WIA INVESTIGATION
© Wia Investigation 2019
Website Design By: Corporate D

SERVICES

Professional Private

Investigations 

SURVEILLANCE COVERT SURVEILLANCE  Covert Surveillance is the act of observing a target discretely , without their knowledge. Because covert surveillance requires a blend of sophisticated technology , disciplined routines and the intuition and expertise of the private investigator, it can be considered both a science and an art at once. Common users of covert surveillance include: • Suspicious spouses who believe their husband or wife may be cheating • Parents concerned a nanny is abusing their children or stealing • Business owners who want to monitor shoppers, detect employee theft and ensure productivity • Insurance companies, to make sure a claim has not been filed fraudulently • Government agencies intent on tracking suspected criminals Covert surveillance can take many forms, such as Satellite or GPS tracking, video surveillance, photographic, stake-out, telephone, and computer monitoring. After assessing the situation and determining all pertinent variables, the investigator will then make the decision on which surveillance methods should be used. While some cases may be sufficiently handled using only one form of covert surveillance (such as video monitoring to catch a suspected thieving nanny), the nature of many cases will call for a combination of covert techniques. In order to leave no stone unturned, all methods may be used for a particularly challenging case to in order to uncover the available information. This approach will either expose the truth about the target outright, or paint a clear enough picture so that a judgment can easily be made.