You may be thinking that you know what a private detective does because you’ve seen them portrayed on TV and in the movies. You may think that the life of a private detective is interesting and action-packed based on things that you’ve read in a wide variety of mystery novels. The reality is far from these TV-glamorized shows. Here we outline what it is your private detective can do and why more and more are turning to digital audio and recording systems like iRecord’s for the quality, reliability and simplicity that the system provides.
Private detectives working with divorce and custody cases often need to rely on their technology savvy to close cases and maximize productivity. For example, a person may choose to have their spouse followed by a private detective to establish that he or she is not in the place they have said they would be, not with the person they had said they would be meeting. To best capture this evidence, they need state of the art equipment, but equipment that is simple to use and simple to learn. Detectives who experience the most success do so with the help of state of the art equipment like iRecord’s.
Private Detectives are also able to identify the assets of the other party – to help determine alimony and child support payments. This can be done with an asset search that establishes home ownership, property ownership as well as income and other intangible assets to determine the appropriate payment amount.
Similarly, a private detective can conduct asset searches for business persons who want to see that a prospective investor is who he or she says he is. Likewise, asset searches may be performed by businesses wishing to conduct an employee background check before hiring someone new onto the company staff.
By conducting background checks on prospective employees, a business can learn whether or not the applicant’s job history is as reported, whether he or she has failed a drug test or has a criminal record – all points that may affect a hiring decision. A private detective can also work with a company to investigate an employee who has already been with the company for a while – perhaps when it is suspected that someone has been embezzling or otherwise creating problems for the company. Again, they can utilize recording equipment to capture pertinent information and keep it stored and accessible.
If a business suspects that there are problems, a private detective can be called in to investigate accidents or theft, absenteeism or employee misconduct. Likewise, company vehicles can be tracked to ensure that they are only being used for business activities; collection assistance can, in some cases be provided as well.
You’ll find that data can be restored from computers. Hidden cameras can be used where necessary.
In other words, a private detective can provide a wide variety of services that individuals and businesses may need – services that can identify problems and provide solutions. Though the life of a private detective may not be glamorous, a private investigator is able to work with you to get your needs met – by offering professional services, experience and using their knowledge and expertise to get the job done right. Whether you are a business looking to bring on a detective or a detective who is looking to maximize productivity, don’t miss the latest advances in digital audio and video recording equipment. Consider some of the following advantages that iRecord’s delivers:
- Turnkey solution to record, store and play back interviews
- One page recording user manual means NO COMPUTER EXPERIENCE NECESSARY TO OPERATE.
- CD/DVD storage media eliminates difficulties associated with storing cassette or VHS tapes over long periods of time.
- No extensive IT support required to implement.
- Using CD/DVD or network storage means no more lost interviews.
- No more rewinding or fast-forwarding tapes!
- Notes taken individually are private to each recording.