Physical surveillance is a form of covert monitoring carried out by an on-site surveillance specialist or surveillance operative. Physical surveillance is typically carried out to monitor the activity of an individual, a group, a place or thing.
Physical surveillance operatives have the ability to conduct mobile surveillance and monitor their target on the move from one place to another as opposed to electronic surveillance which is more commonly used to monitor a single location. This is a specialist skill that Argus operatives have attained through decades of operational experience in both government and the private sector. Our operatives are all formally trained, qualified and licensed professionals.
Physical surveillance has a long history. It is one of the oldest forms of surveillance and information gathering and has been used by governments, private security agencies, and even criminal organisations for years.
Contact Argus investigations for a discreet consultation and to discuss how our services can be tailored to your needs. Whether your aim is to gather evidence, infromation or to purely to establish the truth, our highly skilled and formerly trained surveillance investigators use state-of-the-art equipment to collect lawfully admissible evidence. Contact us for discreet enquires.
Whilst widely used, most countries have placed limits on surveillance. A right to privacy in one’s own home, for example, has near-universal recognition, so countries place restrictions on such intrusion.
While corporations and insurance entities can use surveillance, you do not have to be an enterprise or business to find the practice useful. There are several reasons that people use private investigators and security firms for investigations.
The discretion of these services means that companies and individuals are able to collect unbiased data and evidence to help them through investigations, court cases, divorce proceedings, and ultimately make informed decisions.
Of course, surveillance is also used by governments for intelligence gathering, prevention of crime, the protection of a process, person, group or object, or the investigation of crime.
Businesses, both large and small, will also use different forms of surveillance to gather intelligence on criminal activity, malpractice, their competitors, suppliers, customers, and even their own staff.
With in-depth training and experience in the field of corporate private investigation for both small and large businesses, our expert team is able to conduct effective operations both within Australia and internationally to help you support your suspicions and make informed decisions.
All the information gathered during our corporate surveillance operations are admissible in both Civil and Criminal proceedings, offering you the solid evidence you need if prosecution is necessary.
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