Surveillance services bring you more than reliable information – they also give you the peace of mind you need to effectively deal with the situation at hand. No matter what your ultimate goals are, our operatives can help you get there. Our surveillance services are flexible, and we can put together a plan to best approach your situation, as it may call for pedestrian work, vehicle-based work, or even multi-vehicle surveillance.

Surveillance is a common element as part of many private investigation services, including corporate and commercial investigations, insurance fraud investigations and even infidelity investigations. You may also need surveillance services for GPS tracking of equipment, property or vehicles. SR Risk Management covers all types of surveillance.

• Video Surveillance: Video surveillance involves the act of observing a scene or scenes and looking for specific behaviours that are improper or that may indicate the emergence or existence of improper behaviour.

• Market Surveillance: Market surveillance is the prevention and investigation of abusive, manipulative or illegal trading practices in the securities markets. Market surveillance helps to ensure orderly markets, where buyers and sellers are willing to participate because they feel confident in the fairness and accuracy of transactions.

• Static Surveillance: Static surveillance is observing activities from a non-mobile location, such as an apartment building, an outdoor area or the back of a vehicle.

• Covert – Surveillance: Surveillance is covert if it is done in a way that tries to ensure the subject is unaware it is or could be, taking place. Covert surveillance is divided into two categories, both of which are subject to the Covert surveillance and property interference code of practice.

• Mobile Surveillance: Mobile surveillance is essentially shadowing the suspect to obtain information.

• Counter–Surveillance: Counter-surveillance refers to measures undertaken to prevent surveillance, including covert surveillance. Counter-surveillance may include electronic methods such as technical surveillance counter-measures, the process of detecting surveillance devices, including covert listening devices, visual surveillance devices as well as counter surveillance software to thwart unwanted cybercrime, including accessing computing and mobile devices for various nefarious reasons.

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