Many investigations Keck Investigative Service, LLC performs are initiated by individuals who suspect that their loved ones are having an affair.
Some struggle with the thought that their loved ones could be cheating on them, and some are embarrassed to ask about our services. Our job is to find out whether your suspicion is true or not. Our clients get peace of mind whether we find out your suspicions are not valid, and you were wrong, or you were right. We help as we give you our 100% support during the process.
We understand how emotions and the rocky road of conflicting feelings that go with them can keep you from making an informed decision.
We aim to provide you the crucial evidence you need with irrefutable, undeniable proof so you can make a wise decision for your life. The best way for us to obtain this information is through surveillance.
We’re licensed professional private investigators who provide surveillance operations legally, discreetly, and without violating the law.
Surveillance yields results. Whatever the outcome of the investigation might be, our clients get a written report and video evidence of the results.
Surveillance is the art of monitoring a person’s activities through observation. The covert observation of the behaviors of people provides the truth. Typical surveillance encompasses people, places, and vehicles. It is conducted in a covert manner in which the person is unaware they are being observed. The activities are documented with video, pictures, and detailed reports.
Our surveillance specialists have extensive experience performing surveillance under various situations, settings, and difficulties.
- Physical Surveillance is conducted by our investigators. They maintain constant watch of a person by vehicle or on foot.
- Electronic Surveillance is conducted using high-tech electronic camera equipment to document the activities performed during a set time frame.
- Covert Surveillance is conducted when a person moves into a private but public location and hidden camera systems are employed to continue documenting the activities.
The point of surveillance is not to be noticed by the person under surveillance, and we will never approach them with the information we gathered about them.
Surveillance can require additional manpower. A single investigator can perform simple surveillance tasks. But tailing a person who has a complicated daily routine, or is an aggressive driver, might require more than one investigator. Plus, the general rule is that the more investigators on the job, the less likely they’ll be detected.
We bill by the hour. If we need more than one investigator on a job, the costs will increase. We ask our clients to approve any increases in manpower before we add extra investigators. People hire us to follow other people because they can’t do it on their own. But our clients also have a part in the success of our job. We will take initial information about the person you want to be surveilled, and the more information you can give us, the better strategy we can develop. We need accurate details such as the names, addresses, and phone numbers of all parties involved. Clients also need to act as if everything is normal and avoid any behavior that would make the person suspicious. If the person gets suspicious, it can end before it even starts.
Many people threaten their partner with a private investigator before they even hire one. Surveillance works best on an unassuming person – if people suspect they’re likely to be under surveillance, they might change their behavioral patterns or completely stop any suspicious activities for a while. This can make our job more difficult or even impossible.
If you want to know the truth, call us today at 727-254-1994 for a FREE CONSULTATION. There is no obligation, and our consultations are confidential.