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Bug sweeping or technical surveillance countermeasures is the process of detecting electronic monitoring devices in certain locations.
Surveillance cameras are everywhere. Cameras equipped with microphones let owners listen in on conversations. But most people aren’t aware of them. That means that even though we live in an age where technology is advancing at breakneck speed, we’re also living in a time when our privacy is under attack.
Surveillance cameras are used for a variety of reasons. Some are meant to protect property while others are designed to catch criminals. Still, others are intended to keep an eye on children or elderly parents. But regardless of why they exist, these devices pose a threat to our privacy. Because once someone figures out how to hack into a camera system, they could potentially watch us without our knowledge.
That’s why it’s important to learn how to identify surveillance cameras before they identify you. If you do, you’ll be able to avoid detection and stay safe.
Quinn & Associates offers a full range of bug sweeping and eavesdropping detection services throughout the States of California, Arizona, and nationwide for businesses, organizations, individuals, and the private sector.
Surveillance and Undercover Investigations
Surveillance and undercover investigations are two very important tools for law enforcement agencies. These techniques are used to gather information about criminal activities.
Surveillance involves watching someone without them knowing that they are being watched. This technique is often used when investigating crimes such as murder, kidnapping, drug trafficking, etc. An undercover investigation is similar to surveillance except that the person being investigated knows that he/she is under observation. Undercover investigators usually wear disguises and carry recording devices.
Both techniques are useful when trying to solve crimes or uncover illegal activity. However, there are times when conducting covert operations may be more appropriate than open surveillance. For example, if the person being investigated is suspected of committing a crime against children, it would be better to avoid public exposure.
At Quinn & Associates, our surveillance investigators are highly experienced. Our investigators are equipped with everything needed to capture and document evidence.
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