November 9, 2011
Private Investigator Personality Quiz for Video Surveillance Investigators in NYC:
[Answers: YES = 2 Points / NO = 0 Points / I HOPE SO = 1 Point]
Q1) A private investigator conducting video surveillance in the New York City metropolitan area must have a strong attention span and focus for watching and following a cheating wife or cheating husband. While on a video surveillance assignment for a cheating spouse in NYC, can you pay attention and focus on the task of acquiring video evidence of the infidelity throughout the duration of the video surveillance assignment?
A1) YES / NO / I HOPE SO
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March 22, 2011
Video Surveillance for a private investigator is an unpredictable adventure, you never know where you are going to end up. Thus, when your surveillance assignments take you on the road requiring a hotel room for a few nights, you should never leave your bags in the room.
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January 19, 2011
Video surveillance is a specific discipline of private investigations which requires the investigator to maintain a balance between many factors to be successful. The investigator conducting the surveillance can be compared to a tight rope walker performing a balancing act. On surveillance, she must balance between being “close enough” to the claimant to see everything and keep up while the claimant is on the move and maintaining a “far enough” distance away to remain anonymous and undetected.
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November 22, 2010
Jason Frasca of Davis Investigations, Inc. was recently interviewed for Private Investigator Job Description – Private I Career Tips by Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen.
Jason answered 5 questions that offered his personal insight into private investigations, video surveillance, insurance fraud, and some of the “lesser known” challenges a private detective faces when conducting video surveillance.
To quote from the interview: “People are surprise to learn how physically challenging it is to obtain winning surveillance video,” says Jason M. Frasca, Vice President at Davis Investigations, Inc. – a second generation family business. “We stand on cold rainy street corners for six hours straight, because it’s the only way to keep your eye on a door on a busy New York City intersection. We have trouble staying warm in winter because we’re in our vehicles, and can’t turn them on because it’ll alert the target. We have to be able to run after targets on a second’s notice to an unknown destination.”
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