Leeds Private Detectives Give Information about Remote Hidden Cameras and Surveillance Services in Light of Recent Telegraph Report: Villagers Celebrate as Gipsies Leave After 1088 Day Protest

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Leeds Private Detectives give information about remote hidden cameras and surveillance services in light of recent Telegraph report by Andrew Hough dated 22nd April 2013: Villagers celebrate as Gipsies leave after 1088 day protest

Remote hidden cameras would have helped the protesters in this case, as they would have kept a record of everything that happened on the site

According to the Telegraph report by Andrew Hough an illegal gypsy camp established on green belt land in Meridian, Warks has finally been removed after villagers spent almost three years blockading the travellers. Last month, the gypsies failed in their final attempt to remain at the six-acre paddock, after a High Court judge dismissed two applications.

The Telegraph report goes on to say that in spring 2009 Noah Burton, the head of a gypsy family, bought the land off Eaves Green Lane, Meridian and promised neighbours that he had no plans to develop the plot. However May bank holiday, when council offices were shut, gipsies moved on to the land and applied for planning permission. Villagers set up a protest camp outside the illegal site to prevent it being enlarged. This protest camp has been manned on a rota 24/7 for nearly three years. The last of the caravans left the land on 21st April. Residents have ask that the land be put back to its original state

One of the best private investigator Leeds has to offer Leeds Private Detectives supply and fit remote hidden cameras that can be set up in out of the way locations that have no mains electricity but require security. These cameras can be hidden in bushes and up trees and have motion sensors to start filming. Remote cameras are robust and weatherproof to keep filming even in the lowest temperatures. These cameras work well with surveillance sessions as footage is time and date stamped, allowing the detective to have an idea of when anything is going on. Remote cameras could have been used at the protest camp to help the protesters with their vigil and would have recorded everything that went on at the site.

Spokesperson Ashlea Peters, from Leeds Private Detectives said:

“Remote hidden cameras would have helped the protesters in this case, as they would have kept a record of everything that happened on the site. In my professional opinion private detectives could have given the residents help with the watch rota and they could have offered their expert services in surveillance operation skills”.

Leeds Private Detectives along with their private investigator London sister company, Private Investigators London 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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