Legal firms turn to private investigators when their client requires proof of cohabitation or infidelity, and surveillance can play a key role in any findings. Surveillance can not only assist with an on-going court case, it can also help bring peace of mind or clarify the options for a partner or spouse who finds themselves in this situation. Knowledge is power.
Discreet surveillance operations are undertaken after a full consultation with the client, and after preliminary intelligence gathering. Full video and/or photographic evidence is provided where needed, on-site logs are maintained to record movements as and when they occur, and a full report is produced.
Litigation, matrimonial and relationships
Whether you contact us to discuss possible infidelity, or to secure evidence of co-habitation, or purely for your own peace of mind, you can call us in complete confidence, in the knowledge that your enquiry will be handled sensitively. You do not need to disclose any personal details in the initial conversation.
Our agents are experienced in the art of surveillance and securing the evidence needed for matrimonial court cases.
Insurance fraud, ill health claims, general fraud
Surveillance operations may sometimes be the last but only remaining option in relation to suspect or long-term employee illness, insurance fraud, benefit fraud, falsifying time sheets, employee theft, etc.
Corporate and business surveillance, eg moonlighting, involvement with or setting up as competitor, company theft, etc.
We realise that surveillance operations are not undertaken lightly. They are not easy and can be expensive. However, we can help guide you through the options and alternatives and can meet a client at a venue of their choosing to discuss the feasibility of conducting a surveillance operation. We will be honest as to whether our services are suited to your needs, and what realistic results can be achieved. Our operatives work within the legal requirements and undertake surveillance within the budget and timeframes discussed and agreed with you, the client.