Also Known as PI
Private Investigators engage in a large variety of work that is not usually associated with the industry in the mind of the public.
For example, many PIs are involved in process serving, the personal delivery of summons, subpoenas and other legal documents to parties in a legal case. The tracing of absconding debtors can also form a large part of a PI’s work load. Many agencies specialize in a particular field of expertise.
For example, some PI agencies deal only in tracing. Others may specialize in technical surveillance counter-measures (TSCM), sometimes called electronic counter measures (ECM), which is the locating and dealing with unwanted forms of electronic surveillance (for example, a bugged boardroom for industrial espionage purposes).
Other PIs, also known as Corporate Investigators, specialize in corporate matters, including anti-fraud work, the protection of intellectual property and trade secrets, anti-piracy, copyright infringement investigations, due diligence investigations and computer forensics work.
Some PIs act as professional witnesses where they observe situations with a view to reporting the actions or lack of them to a court or to gather evidence in anti-social behavior.
Hidden Cameras, Secret Recording Device, GPS Tracking, Security Equipment, Body Cam, Long Distance Snooping, Night Vision Tracking, Covert Audio Recording, Sound Amplification, Voice Changing, PC and Phone Monitoring or Info Recovery
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