Covert Surveillance

Private investigators using covert surveillance to obtain the evidence you need
 

Are you in a situation where you need evidence to support a domestic case of any kind? Do you suspect your partner of infidelity? Or have you been the victim of a personal theft? If so, covert surveillance is the perfect way to gather the evidence you’ll need to progress your case or prove your point.

We are committed to listening and giving guidance and advice to all the people who contact us, as well as acting on behalf of those who do become the client of one of our Private Investigators. This is so much the case that we often help the people who contact us to find solutions without them even having to engage our services. This is why clients and non-clients alike recommend us on a regular basis to friends and contacts who they think may be in need of our services

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What can we achieve with covert surveillance?

If you’re desperately in need of evidence or confirmation of your suspicions, covert surveillance is the ideal way to achieve your objectives. At the Private Detectives Corporation we:

  • Work within legal boundaries at all times.

  • Employ only the most proficient and experienced surveillance experts.

  • Have surveillance agents ready and able to start work immediately.

  • Establish the detail of your remit considerately and professionally.

  • Plan our covert surveillance operations with the utmost precision.

  • Apply ingenuity and creativity to achieving the results you need.

  • Use only the most up-to-date equipment and techniques.

  • Provide you with detailed reports and copies of corroborative evidence.

  • Work efficiently and effectively at all times, saving you money.

  • Are able to cover the whole of the UK and most of the world.
     

If you want to discuss the possibilities of using our Private detective agency covert surveillance services, why not get in touch right now? We think you’ll be impressed by our impartial and straightforward approach.

At the Private Detectives Corporation we’re here and ready to have a free of charge, no-obligation chat with you. At the end of that chat, we’re confident that you’ll have complete confidence in choosing the best way forward for you and your business. And at the end of the day, if for some reason we think you don’t need us, we’ll be the first to tell you!

Contact us today to establish your options. Call us on 0800 043 6667 or alternatively click here to send us an e-mail.

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Covert surveillance in the UK and beyond
 

Surveillance, in its broadest term involves the systematic and ongoing collection, collation and analysis of information. Covert surveillance is when surveillance of a person or people takes place without their knowledge. Surveillance, whether covert or not relies on creativity, ingenuity and immense observational skills to be effective. At the Private Detectives Corporation we have the experience, the creativity, ingenuity and observational skills you need to make your covert surveillance operation an affordable and effective success.

Commonly used in domestic investigations, situations where infidelity is suspected or where there has been personal theft, covert surveillance is a highly effective and efficient way of gathering evidence.

Our surveillance experts conduct themselves with the highest levels of professional standards with confidentiality and privacy of our clients being our number one priority. We only utilise the most update equipment and techniques, Satellite or GPS vehicle tracking can also often form a part of a surveillance investigation, offering a cost effective way to observe and track the activities of a subject under investigation when mobile without the need of a team of investigators and associated vehicles.

With clear evidence the truth cannot be denied.

If you’re in need of evidence, why not contact us to discuss how covert surveillance will help you? After all, it costs nothing to chat.

How does covert surveillance work?

If you’re seeking evidence regarding a subject, irrespective of the reason, then covert surveillance might well be your answer.

One of the most important considerations with covert surveillance is remaining undetected in our drive to obtain your evidence. Highly trained and professional, our surveillance operatives would never risk being compromised and would choose to stand down and delay an operation rather than risk being exposed. What’s more, your identity would only ever be passed to an operative if this information was deemed absolutely necessary for the success of the operation. All of this means is that you can be certain of discretion and confidentiality at all times. We are also always mindful of your budget and seek at all times to achieve the best possible results in the shortest possible time, in order to keep your covert surveillance bill to a minimum.

When your operation is under way, irrespective of whether it is mobile or static, you can be sure that your operative will be using every legal method possible to gather the evidence you require to prove your suspicion or your point. Once the operation is over, you’ll be provided with incontestable evidence that you can use in a court of law, or however you wish to achieve your objectives.

If you’ve reached the end of the road in your search for the evidence you need to move on, don’t let another day go by. Get in touch today for a free of charge, completely no-obligation chat about what we can do to help you get the result you want, need and deserve.

 

We provide investigative services for the legal profession, corporate clients and the general public

We work for private individuals, corporate clients and as sub-contractors to other Private investigators and agencies. We offer a wealth of experience, with fully trained, experienced male and female operatives operating across the country.
 

We also fully understand that this may well be a stressful time and would like to assure you that we treat every enquiry we receive in the strictest of confidence and in accordance with the guidelines of the Data Protection Act of 2018.