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Surveillance is the close observation of a person, place, or object. It is the practice of watching a subject in order to document and identify any of the contact, interactions, or whereabouts of the subject.

Investigations performed by a private investigator to find information about an individual's credibility and legitimacy. A common misconception about the process is that it is just a criminal records check: it can be much more. Background checks often involve reviewing criminal records, but can also involve examining credit, driving records, and more personal information.


Common reasons for conducting a surveillance:

    • Cheating spouse investigations
    • Recurrent theft
    • Worker's compensation cases
    • Vandalism


Catch them in the act!

According to the US Bureau of Justice Statistics, approximately 75% of all crime in the US is property crime. In 2003, there were 14 million thefts of property, and of these, 83% were home and business burglaries. There's no reason to wait until it happens to you.