Surveillance

Surveillance

 

There are a number of reasons to conduct surveillance. Surveillance is conducted to prevent crime, to obtain evidence of a crime, to obtain evidence in civil suits, to document an individual’s location, to document activities in or around a specific location, to obtain information ,to gather intelligence, or to obtain information to be used in court.

With employee dishonesty increasing, and crime rates a concern for everyone across the country, surveillance is one way you can feel safe and secure. Surveillance gives you the facts and proof you need about those people you trust with your home, your business, your money, and your life.

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