Executive Investigations specialise in surveillance, as a result, all our surveillance operators are expertly trained and fully licensed. At Executive Investigations, our operatives come from all walks of life including, Commonwealth Agencies, Intelligence Officers, Military and Law Enforcement. Our male & female staff are constantly training to fine tune skills in Surveillance methods and other associated skills. Our Canberra team service the ACT, NSW South Coast down to the Victorian boarder and far South West NSW.
Surveillance fees from $80.00- $110.00 + GST per hour and $0.75 - $0.95 + GST per km plus miscellaneous expenses. For non corporate clients, these costs are deducted from a required $250 - $500 or a % of estimated fees in an advance retainer, the client is updated on a regular basis, and a full written report provided on completion of the operation. A minimum of 4 hrs is required per surveillance shift.
Due to the various types of situations surrounding surveillance, we recommend that you contact us for a detailed discussion of your case and an individualised arrangement of costs.
For a free initial appointment to discuss your case. (Digital appointment only) Telephone, email or Skype at no charge, up to 1 hour. $80 per hour after initial meeting and or for face to face meetings. Click here to book on line Or if you prefer to telephone 02 62929289 or Click here to email us
Executive Investigation also hire and install covert cameras for your work place, home or office to detect staff theft and or integrate checks.
Please note: Court permit required for static work place covert camera installations in NSW.
Types Of Surveillance
There are two general types of surveillance — mobile and fixed. Mobile surveillance can be conducted by foot or vehicle and in most cases a combination of the two; dependent on the subject's movement. Fixed surveillance is used when the subject is stationary or when all the essential information can be gathered in a single location.
Prior to determining what type of surveillance is to be used, the objective of the surveillance should be to properly identify the person, place or thing that is to be placed under surveillance; to complete a thorough and cautious, reconnaissance of the area from which the surveillance is to be conducted in, and to trace and locate the person, place or thing;
Mobile Surveillance — When at all possible, operatives should be familiar with the area in which they are going to be operating in. Individuals should be attired to fit their surroundings and vehicles should be "plain" by their nature exclusive of distinctive markings. License plates should also correspond to the locale. The vehicles as well as each person, should have ample communication devices, i.e. secure radios and or cellular telephones. The amount of people or vehicles used should be determined on a case-by-case basis, but a good rule to follow is in congested or city-type surroundings two operatives/vehicle, in small and more suburban type surroundings, one operator is normal cost effective.
Fixed Surveillance — Following the same guidelines as that for a mobile surveillance, persons assigned to conduct a fixed surveillance should be familiar with the area in which they are going to operate which again will determine the type, number and kind of individuals to be used. In a fixed surveillance, it is the person, place or thing that remains stationary and is under observation.
Other Types of Surveillance:
- Government Surveillance
- Corporate Surveillance
- Insurance Surveillance
- Workers Compensation Surveillance
- Personal Injury Surveillance
- Industrial Surveillance
- Internal Surveillance
- Information Network Monitoring
- Activity Verification Surveillance
- Family Surveillance
- Domestic Surveillance