In my professional opinion it can be very difficult to get evidence of anti-social behaviour and using a professional private detective to help gain evidence can bring the matter to a quick end
(PRWEB UK) 9 May 2013
According to the BBC News article: Queen’s speech: Anti-social behaviour changes proposed, the rights of victims would be the focus with quick action taken to deal with persistent anti-social behaviour. Offences such as owning dangerous dogs and illegal firearms would be introduced and a breach of the forced marriage protection order would now be criminalised.
The BBC News report goes on to say that the speed and efficiency of low level offending would be improved by enabling police to prosecute uncontested minor offences of shoplifting. Offenders sentenced to custody would have to contribute to the Victims Surcharge. Responsibility would be removed from magistrates and the money gathered would be used to fund victim’s services.
Private Detective Wakefield is often called upon to investigate cases that involve anti-social behaviour. Detectives can carry out investigation and surveillance services to provide proof of any behaviour considered to be anti-social. Once proof has been gathered it is possible for the alleged victim to give the evidence to the police to help bring the situation to a timely close.
Spokesperson from Private Detective Wakefield, Dorian Rogers said:
“In my professional opinion it can be very difficult to get evidence of anti-social behaviour and using a professional private detective to help gain evidence can bring the matter to a quick end.”
Private Detective Wakefield along with their sister company Private Detective 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