The world of private investigation is a competitive one, and in order to deliver a high quality service to clients, private investigators need to be abreast of modern, state-of-the-art technology. Modern investigative measures are sophisticated and today’s Private Investigators need to have the necessary knowledge and skills in spy technology to provide a professional and competent service.
Here’s a look at some of the common spy technology equipment used in private investigation.
Surveillance equipment is used to collect, collate and deliver relevant information for clients. As well as CCTV cameras, private investigators also use covert camera devices for discreet surveillance. Sophisticated mechanisms can be hidden inside clocks, light fittings, on the body or even in a soft toy. Cameras hidden inside replica rockery stones are a popular choice for outdoor surveillance.
Phone monitoring devices can recover deleted messages and also monitor in and out-going calls from landlines and mobiles.
For clients who suspect that they themselves are being monitored, de-bugging devices can be used to inspect a property and detect the presence of any hidden surveillance equipment.
Computer software can be installed to track activity, time of use and monitor access to websites and emails. This is particularly useful for employers who want to track the activities of their employees during work time.
GPS tracking devices can ascertain the exact location of something. It could be a vehicle, a shipping container, a mobile phone or even your child’s pushchair when out with the nanny, so is a useful device whether you want to keep track of your precious goods, or check on the safety of your loved ones.
Spy technology not only makes the sensitive business of retrieving information easier, it also helps to build a solid case for clients if evidence is needed for a court hearing.
Insight Investigations specialise in the use of modern spy technology. Contact us today on 0808 278 1604 for more information.