For private investigators, the week of Valentine’s Day used to be the “Superbowl” of cheating spouse surveillance cases. The common wisdom was that a cheater pretty much had to see the other woman on or around Valentine’s Day. It doesn’t work that way anymore. Here’s why.
Our case of the week involves a listening device we found in a Keurig coffee maker during a bug sweep. The story begins with a case we had 33 years ago.
Post discusses the illegal bugging of Jakarta governor Joko Widodo and the importance of regular bug sweeps for politicians.
Discusses the illegal bugging of celebrity athletes, and the unique considerations of providing private investigation for celebrities.
The single most important aspect of a professional private investigator is gathering court-admissible evidence.
Post discusses hidden recording devices in the home, their ease of use and placement, and how to find out if you are being watched or listened to.
Discusses the basics of how hidden surveillance equipment works, the changing types , and what you can do to protect yourself against illegally placed gear.
Who places hidden bugs and cameras. 20% of bug sweeps find something. Women are typically the victims. How to do your own sweep. What to know when hiring a pro.
We are discovering more and more bugged homes. If someone knows something they just shouldn’t, you might want to explore the possibility you’ve been bugged.
Investigating the theft of intellectual property for businesses with high public profiles and the placement of illegal video and audio bugs.