By Peter Jenkins
This education guide covers all facets of conducting a actual covert surveillance with a purpose to assemble intelligence and facts.
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When obtaining your brief, decide whether surveillance would provide the answer to your clients' problem. There are many reasons why a surveillance should be carried out but could the answers to your investigation be found out by other means? Pretext telephone calls, pretext visits to neighbours, or even speaking to the target of inquiry on a pretext can often lead to the results that you require. ln addition, covert video cameras or controlled audio monitoring may provide you with information that you can act upon, without having to resort to lengthy and costly surveillance.
This will arouse their suspicions further and they are rikely to inform the Police. Do you inform the porice of your presence and of the investigation? There are many different trains of thought on this matter, both have their advantages and disadvantages but as a rule we do not usually inform the police of our activities and this decision has been borne by past experience, unless it is to our advantage. When working in ,rough areas, where there is a high risk of crimi_ nal element and the operators 22 COVERT SURVEILLANCE could be under threat, we would inform the local police of our presence providing them with our vehicle details.
Prior to the surveil- lance taking place, correct authority and permission has to be obtained by an authorised person oJ rank or grade. More information regarding RlpA zOfjo is covered in Chapter Three. What are your objectives? Look at the whole picture. You may have to break the investigation down into phases or objectives so that each one can be realistically achieved, do not expect to achieve the result that you want all at once. For example, you may be tasked to investigate possible copyright infringement ofyourclients,product,youmaybeaskedtoesiablish Each objective could be tackled individually or put into groups or phases of the investigation.
Advanced Surveillance by Peter Jenkins