When do you need surveillance?
Perhaps you suspect your spouse is cheating, you are in a child custody battle, or you suspect an employee is stealing. You may need some proof. We can get court-admissible proof of wrong doing with our surveillance services. Double G Protection & Investigation Firm’s agents are trained to perform discrete surveillance so that you can provide court-admissible evidence of the wrong doing. This evidence can make a difference if you go to trial.
Surveillance of a child
As a parent you may be concerned about a child’s well-being. If you have an unruly teenager or in a custody battle or need a background check on your baby sitter, we can help you.
Surveillance of your spouse
You have an intuition that your spouse is cheating on you and need proof. We can help you.
Surveillance for the elderly
Perhaps you have someone in a nursing home or home care and are concerned about their well being. We can help you.
Surveillance for employers
You may suspect your employee is cheating from you. We can help.
Surveillance for lawyers
You need proof of wrong doing. We can help you.
Surveillance for insurance companies
Insurance companies often use us if they suspect fraudulent claims, such as medical insurance, auto insurance, home owners insurance, worker’s compensation.
A surveillance private investigator will covertly monitor a subject with the goal of documenting and determining interactions, contacts, and activities. The subject may be a person, business entity, or location. Surveillance can be performed in person or remotely, depending on the situation.
Why do I need a private investigator for Surveillance
You need a private investigator for surveillance to document evidence and questionable activity. State laws restrict the use of surveillance through audio and video equipment if they are not performed by a licensed investigator.
If you need information that can be used in legal proceedings, you will need a private investigator’s help and experience.