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Assignment 1: Surveillance (pm 2412)

Question : discuss the common mistake done by an investigator while conducting


surveillance
The Director of Fear Doirich is an ex-Infantry Officer with in-depth training and
experience of conducting covert surveillance. This experience includes operational
deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan conducting small-team operations in complex multinational environments. Since leaving the military in 2011, he has completed further
civilian qualifications in Close Protection and Advanced Foot and Mobile Surveillance. As
an SIA licensed Close Protection Operator he has been employed in Executive
Protection and Asset Protection tasks in Central London and South East England.
Fear Doirich was established in 2012 with the generous assistance of The Royal British
Legion 'Be The Boss' Funding Award.
Fear Doirich select from a small pool of trusted operators to carry out each task.
Surveillance operators employed by Fear Doirich are predominantly ex-military or police
and have completed relevant surveillance training to a high standard.
Fear Doirich posess a comprehensive professional and public liability insurance policy.
Fear Doirich is registered as a data controller with the Information Commissioner's Office
(Registration Number Z3151777) and complies with the Data Protection Act (1998) in
handling personal information.
Our field of expertise is conducting covert surveillance operations. Specifically, we can
deploy small teams of experienced and highly trained individuals working in teams to
gather information through observing individuals, places or objects.
This can include observation from static locations, in rural or urban environments;
imposing surveillance on a subject as they move on foot or in a vehicle; and tracking a
subject's location using technical surveillance, i.e. Global Positioning System trackers.
Each case must be considered individually to find the most appropriate solution. This will
vary according to the nature of the subject(s) of investigation, the client's requirements
and budget, and also in order to conform with best practice and relevant law.
We are also equipped to carry out other related tasks, including personal protective
security (close protection or bodyguarding), counter-surveillance, the compiling of
investigative reports including witness statements and incident sketches, and the serving
of legal papers.

Surveillance is the continuous


observation of people, places
or objects, with the aim of
gathering information about
that subjects associations,
movements or identity.
In

order

to

do

this

successfully, a high standard of planning, training, teamwork and communication


is required.
There are many methods for conducting covert surveillance including:
Static surveillance from an observation post covering a fixed location.
Foot/Mobile surveillance using a team of operators on foot and in vehicles to
impose surveillance on a moving subject.
Technical surveillance using electronic equipment to help in establishing
pattern of life, gaining intelligence, or assisting a mobile surveillance.