The hidden cameras come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and capabilities.
The physical environment of where these cameras are to be deployed often determines what type of camera should be used.
There are also several different techniques to hide a camera.
The investigators have vast experience on what works and what does not work from a component / technique point of view. It is equally important that the investigators consult with the client to ensure that the hidden cameras will achieve their desired purpose. Example – a theft could take place in front of a camera but, because it appears to be part of the subject’s normal operational functions, the video footage could be worthless as evidence. Placing hidden cameras therefore encompasses a lot more than just hiding a camera.
Hidden cameras are also very powerful tools when used in conjunction with overt (non-hidden / visible) cameras as the overt cameras create blind spots where the perpetrators feel safe. These blind spots can be identified and used as the ideal location to place the hidden camera. Once again, close consultation with the investigators will ensure the best possible outcome from a technical, operational and evidential perspective.
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