At a time of crisis, like we’re all facing right now, people talk a good game about coming together. About supporting each other. About all pulling in the same direction.
Unfortunately, we’ve all heard the stories where this isn’t the case.
The tale of the husband who’s broken lockdown to see his mistress – leaving his wife worried for her health, her safety and her future.
The story of the tenants who take advantage of their landlord’s good nature – pretending they’re not working to get out of paying their way while subletting someone else’s property for their own game.
And the employees who use a global pandemic as cover for some free paid leave – causing business to lose money, consider layoffs, or even face the real prospect of being unable to meet the needs of their customers.
We should all be coming together. And the vast majority of us are. But to take any actions against those who aren’t, you’ll need proof.
Expertly-gathered, legally admissible evidence, gathered by experts.
Simply put, you’ll need a private investigator.
What Does a Private Investigator Do?
You’ll think you know the answer to this. You’re looking at the words “Private Investigator” and thinking of some hard-bitten, whiskey-swilling gumshoe. In an office with his name on the door, revolver in his top drawer, waiting for a dame to give him a job that’ll have him pacing litter-strewn streets in his trenchcoat and fedora.
Yes, you could recognize a PI from a mile away.
Which would make an investigator who dresses and acts like that useless.
Hollywood PIs might look good on the silver screen, but in the real world they’re much more subtle.
A private investigator’s trade is information. And they can use a whole range of sophisticated modern tools and techniques to gather that information on your behalf.
We use state-of-the-art electronic surveillance – gathering call records, tracking vehicles and examining on-site or off-site movements.
Trained operatives carry out static surveillance, covertly monitoring people and locations to spot illicit activity, from tenancy fraud or fly-tipping up to drug dealing and criminal activity.
And discreet mobile surveillance teams confirm your suspicions by carefully tracking people of interest by car, on foot, or even on a plane out of the country.
Whether it’s for criminal proceedings or a civil case, private investigators safely, legally and covertly collect the information you need.
What Do You Need to Look Out For?
Hiring a private investigator isn’t as simple as knocking on a door in the run-down part of town, if you’ll allow us to use that movie trope one more time.
Before you hire anyone, you need to carry out your own investigations. You want to check for the right accreditations:
You need to check that they’re using next-level technology – from the best cameras to the most reliable GPS trackers.
And you need to know that they have experienced, highly trained agents on hand to work your case.
Finding someone that ticks all the boxes can be a challenge.
Or you could just hire OpSec Solutions.
Why Choose OpSec Solutions?
Because we tick all of the boxes. We have full accreditations from all the relevant industry bodies. We earned those by proving that we’re safe, ethical and conscientious in everything we do.
Our agents are ex-military and ex-law enforcement, so they’re disciplined, careful and experienced, with cool heads in any situation.
And we constantly invest in the best equipment and the most thorough training.
Why choose OpSec Solutions?
Because we know exactly what we’re doing to gather the information you need quickly, safely and discreetly.