How do remote surveillance cameras work?
Remote surveillance can be achieved through a variety of technologies, but it’s important that investigators be familiar with the laws surrounding their use. Issues such as the reasonable expectation of privacy and chain of custody regulations must be carefully adhered to. Failure to do so can make or break a fraud case. Remote surveillance cameras have the unique benefit of being highly portable and extremely covert. Often less than one square inch in size, cameras can be placed in a variety of locations and almost certainly won’t be detected by a claimant. In this way, remote surveillance cameras can act as an extension of an investigator, offering round-the-clock surveillance in any legally appropriate location.