The Power Is In Your Hands
Your spouse is always working late or leaving the house at strange times with explanations that just don’t add up. You’re worried your teenager may be falling in with the wrong crowd and engaging in unsafe and risky behavior. You believe an employee may engaging in illegal activity with your company-owned or personal vehicle. All these situations present different issues but may be solved using the same method: A GPS tracker.
Think tracking people with a GPS device is solely reserved for top government operatives and secret agents who grace the scenes of Hollywood productions? The power to trace someone’s every step is actually easily obtainable, but could get you in hot water if you’re not familiar with or don’t understand your locals laws.
A Global Positioning System tracking unit works by transmitting a signal to a satellite, that in turn sends a signal back to a program that you access via your computer, phone, or other device. The units are commonly placed in a discreet location on an individual’s vehicle and removed when the operation is over. The device comes with a weather proof, magnetized box to attach to the outside of the vehicle if necessary.
The battery life on different units can range anywhere from under a day to a couple weeks or longer, depending on the battery pack connected to the device. This particular model lasts approximately three days with the small battery pack, or two weeks with the larger battery pack and will require it be changed after that.
While you may be comfortable and knowledgeable enough to understand when you are and aren’t allowed to use a GPS tracker on a vehicle, the unnecessary risk associated with an untrained person operating one of these devices may outweigh the financial benefit of doing it your self. In addition to the risk of running amok of the law, confrontations are likely to occur if an individual is caught in act of installing the device or replacing the battery.
A licensed private investigator is trained in how to covertly locate a vehicle and attach the device to it. P.I.s know how to operate the software that the GPS reports to, not only to watch the vehicle in real time but to provide documentation as to where it traveled throughout a specific time frame. They are also able to follow and record the target when they travel to a suspicious location, such as a hotel or unfamiliar residence. Most importantly, private detectives are prepared to testify in court and mediation setting as to results of the of operation. Nothing beats having a respected, neutral party to presented the evidence in a formal setting.
Whether you decide to hire a professional private investigator to deploy a GPS tracking device or decide to carry out the operation on your own one thing is clear: the power to track down and monitor the movements of a cheating spouse, reckless teenager, or an individual you believe to be engaged in criminal activity is within reach for anyone.
The Private Investigator With The Know-How
Private Investigator Derrick Marshall shows you how to utilize cheap and effective devices to conduct covert surveillance of your home, office, or any other area that you need to keep tabs on. The tools used in these videos are utilized by Derrick in his work as a private investigator.
Derrick Marshall has over 27 years of experience in the Private Investigation industry. After attending Missouri State University, he founded Black Diamond Detective Agency. This agency which would eventually expand operation into 9 states. In 2010 he would branch out to form Marshall and Associates LLC, a private detective agency that would grow to employee investigators and investigative contacts across the globe.
Marshall and Associates is a full scale Private Investigation firm with offices in Springfield, MO and Orlando, FL.
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