Welcome to part two of a day in the life of a private investigator, where we’ll continue to dive into what the typical day consists of in the Reveles Intelligence private security department here in San Antonio.
In part one of this series, we explored the first steps that go into an investigation, from the initial inquiry where we are contacted for a quote to all of the preparation stages that are essential for having efficient and effective results.
Now, let’s take a closer look at a day in the field as a private investigator, including the techniques and resources at our San Antonio private investigators’ disposal and how we implement them to achieve success for our clients — no matter the type of case.
STARTING AN INVESTIGATION
Tracking Them Down
When a private investigation involves a person whose whereabouts have been unknown for extended periods of time, our tracing services are suitable for cases where you need to find the address and/or number of an individual.
Perhaps you’re tracing a missing debtor, a long lost friend or family member, or a beneficiary. In any case, we have access to private information that will assist your search and help you quickly find the person in question.
If your investigation is focused on a person’s movements, behaviors, or activities rather than simply finding them, you are likely in need of our surveillance services. There are various forms of surveillance — from unmanned surveillance such as vehicle tracking to manned surveillance that requires fieldwork conducted by our investigators.
We take extra care to remain discreet at all times during surveillance operations; our investigators wear body cameras to capture developments on camera, and specially modified vehicles to gather evidence without being noticed by the person in question. Meanwhile, our vehicle trackers are designed to be hidden out of sight on the vehicle and can be removed in seconds.