Our continued hunger and desire for knowledge and a greater insight into what exactly is going on in our lives be it at work or at home has led to some incredible advancements in surveillance technology and practices. We have adopted the latest equipment and techniques to ensure we deliver a first class service across various types of surveillance:
DeSudor adheres to the GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE & POLICY ON THE USE & DEPLOYMENT OF GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) ELECTRONIC TRACKING DEVICES published by The Association of British Investigators.
Once the surveillance services begin, updates can be provided on a daily basis with supporting audio, photo and/or video evidence provided if required. All services are undertaken with complete discretion.
By ensuring our service is specific to the needs of our clients, we are able to offer a one stop shop that can cover the whole of the UK. Our agents will work evenings and weekends if this is needed for a quick turnaround of all CPR compliant statements.
We offer fully compliant Locus Reports following a visit to the accident site, whereby we provide a thorough examination ensuring all relevant photography, measurements, traffic flows, speed limits, road signs, road surfaces, obstructions, road side furniture and gradients are taken into account and detailed. Video evidence can also be taken if required.
In addition, we can also regularly customise our locus reports to show specific requirements, such as the line of sight from a junction or the view from a distant witness.
We also use and adopt the same techniques to examine a personal injury site.
With our ability to access one of the UK largest databases we are able to offer a service that locates and resolves most enquiries within 48 hours of instruction. (The average resurface time of moving address is 6 – 8 weeks from day of vacating and taking possession of a new home).
Logistic and transport businesses have seen a rapid growth in both fuel and tyre theft over the past 2 years and is estimated to be costing the industry £2.5b a year. The process is quite simple and very effective – whilst filling up with fuel, the driver either fills up fuel cans or a private vehicle depending on the remoteness of the fuel site. Our team of experienced surveillance operatives can provide confirmation of this activity via photographic or video evidence.
Tyre theft is another growing concern and major cost to the industry accounting for an estimated £6m loss within the UK and is growing. Again, the theft followed is fairly simple and usually occurs when the driver has stopped in a rest area and is offered a financial reward for the replacement of all/various superior tyres on his vehicle. The transit driver then proceeds to change tyres for poor condition ones.
The driver will then do his walk round inspection before moving off and report into the office he has poor condition tyres and the employer will arrange for them to be changed.Contact Us