Private Detectives Respond to BBC News Article: The Violence behind Closed Doors, By Offering Covert Hidden Camera Services To Record Evidence of Domestic Violence

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Detectives at Private Detectives respond to BBC News article by Mark Easton dated 7th Feb 2013: The violence behind closed doors, with the offer of covert and hidden camera fitting in the home to record evidence of domestic violence within the home.

It is difficult to believe that some people live in fear of their own partner or loved one. We provide spy cameras and other spy equipment that could help to gain evidence of domestic violence that can be taken to the Police

According to the report by Mark Easton new figures were published by the Crime Survey of England and Wales on Thursday giving a terrible insight into the violence and abuse that goes on behind closed doors. The data revealed that over 2 million people in England and Wales suffered sexual assault, violence, threats and abuse at the hands of a partner or family member last year. There were a far higher number of men than most people would have thought 800,000 men and 1.2 million women.

The report goes on to say that figures are high and they do echo the finding from a new Freedom of information request that shows a third of domestic incidents recorded by the Police are classified as repeat incidents. Police and local councils are doing a good job and are working together to start new schemes to identify those at risk and help them.

Private Detectives offer help to people being abused at home by supplying and introducing hidden cameras and other covert spyware. These devices can be fitted covertly into the homes of people being abused. Any violence occurring or any argument or disagreement that might lead to violence can be captured and recorded. With evidence to take to the Police, it could help the victim to be freed from that lifestyle. Private Detectives have had a lot of success with this service and have helped a lot of people to move on in their lives.

A spokesperson from Private Detectives said:

“It is difficult to believe that some people live in fear of their own partner or loved one. We provide spy cameras and other spy equipment that could help to gain evidence of domestic violence that can be taken to the Police.”

Chief Investigator, Michelle Collins, from Private Detectives said:

"In my professional opinion, covert and hidden cameras along with other spy devices can gain evidence of domestic violence in the home. This evidence can be taken to the Police and local councils which can all aid in making the victim's life better".

She went on to say:

"It is of great benefit to the people involved in domestic violence that they are given the extra help and support from the Police and local council. With the news of an increase in domestic violence I hope that the cooperation between the two organisations will continue to produce positive results".

Private Detectives located in Leeds along with their sister company Private Detectives located in Bristol is a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years’ experience in the industry. Their understanding and approachable team of male and female detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations.

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