Recent Surveillance Operations

Over the past few weeks we have successfully carried out several surveillance operations. Several have been for clients who suspect there partner is ‘up to something’, this is mainly due to a change in the normal day to day behaviour of their partner. Some indicators were; improved grooming habits, wearing aftershave or perfume when this is not normally the case; working later than normal without reasonable explanation; sitting in their car to take phone calls; their phone on silent, never leaves their side and frequent trips to the loo with their phone. Whilst these behaviours are not damming in themselves, a partner is best placed to notice these changes, some are explainable, some aren’t.
Using patterns of behaviour we have been able to implement successful surveillance operations to provide the client with conclusive proof that their suspicions were right. A change in behaviour, or something that appears at odds to the ‘norm’ is not always an indicator that a partner is cheating, it could just be a mid life crisis, they could be genuinely stressed about something and are going to lengths to hide it, albeit badly. We work with the client at the initial point of contact to gather as much information as possible as to why they are suspicious. Surveillance of one’s partner is extremely intrusive, it can highlight things that the client did not know, and ultimately it can confirm that trust has been broken. Gathering the evidence is sometimes the easy part of a task, informing the client is the most difficult part.
We have also carried out several operations on subjects who have made serious medical claims of their inability to carry out even the most basic of daily tasks; such as walking, driving, their normal work. We are not medical experts, we just gather photographic and video evidence of the subjects going about their daily routine. More often than not their ability is far in excess of their claimed disability.
On top of these operations we have some long term tasks where a pattern of life is required. Trackers are used to remotely monitor a subjects movements and identify locations visited on a frequent basis. This method has been used to prove cohabitation and a unknown relationship for two clients. Both of these cases have children at the centre, and we are mindful of this when gathering and presenting evidence.

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