How can you tell if what you suspect is true or false? The clearest way is see it with your own eyes. When it comes to private investigation, surveillance is a game-changer.
However, that’s where one reaches their first hurdle. How could you catch someone who’s attempting to deceive or hide something from you in the act? If they see you snooping around, that may trigger a red flag, leading them to be more cautious or discontinue their unsavory behavior.
So, you need to send a stranger to monitor the situation. Someone whom the transgressor won’t recognize or be weary of. It probably wouldn’t hurt if that individual is recognized legally as a licensed professional, knows the ins and outs the dos and don’ts of specific circumstances. That ability to not only know where to look, but also what to look for and the best and legal processes to document their findings could pay serious dividends.
But there’s still one major problem, these things take time; to establish patterns of activity and no one advertises their bad behavior.
As time goes by, an individual may begin to notice that the same car or person is around quite frequently, tipping them off and minimizing the opportunity to gather evidence and draw a conclusion.
This limits the amount of exposure for individual investigators while casting a more complex comprehensive net.
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