International surveillance services
International Surveillance Services
International Intelligence Limited uses the latest techniques and equipment to aid in our surveillance services. Surveillance technology and techniques have moved on a great deal in the past twenty years, greatly tested in both the combating of terrorism and to feed the world's hunger for intelligence.
All of our surveillance operatives have previously carried out undercover surveillance in hostile environments, thus gaining vast experience working as members of surveillance teams, including aiding investigations and carrying out counter-surveillance tasks.
International Intelligence Limited has been deployed on surveillance in aid of:
- Litigation/dispute resolution
- Work place long-term sickness
- Insurance claims
- Post-employment background check
International Intelligence Limited use a vast number of technical surveillance devices to aid our surveillance, including vehicles equipped with covert cameras, hidden cameras and microphone in ladies handbags (many of our operatives are female). We also employ techniques, where possible, such as: telephone tapping, fax monitoring and email interception, although these services are only carried out during surveillance in certain circumstances and where the law allows.
Types of Surveillance
Static surveillance is ideal for watching a particular location, allowing the gathering of intelligence on that location and the people connected to it. It is a vital investigation tool which helps to answer some very basic questions.
Mobile surveillance often employs different types of vehicle, from vans to cars and motorbikes. It is difficult and can be complex; the clients must be mindful and manage their expectations. Mobile surveillance must be carried out with skill and care by a managed team of surveillance operatives.
A number of technical surveillance tools are employed by our surveillance teams, including covert satellite tracking systems and covert cameras. Not all surveillance tasks, nor budgets, lend themselves to the use of technical surveillance.
Surveillance Case Management
Prior to any surveillance services being carried out, we will agree with the client how they wish to be updated. This is normally done daily with reports and supporting photos/videos, and it is at this point we review the course of action with the client and discuss further surveillance or any changes.
During surveillance evidence is collected via a number of means, for example videos and photographs, and is presented in the form of a sworn statement (affidavit) from the surveillance operative or surveillance team.
Our reports help clients to make sound judgments based on credible evidence. Whilst it is our clients decision how to proceed, all evidence that is required to be used in a court of law will be gathered in accordance with the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE).