Private Investigators Birmingham Comment on Recent The Telegraph Report: We Can’t Fight Crime and Terrorism While Wearing a Blindfold

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Private Investigators Birmingham comment on recent The Telegraph report by John Yates dated 30th May 2013: We can’t fight crime and terrorism while wearing a blindfold

In my professional opinion the Communication Data Bill needs to be updated to be in line with the new technology available today and as a result a lot more criminals would be caught and dealt with accordingly

Investigators from Private Investigator Birmingham agree with The Telegraph article: We can’t fight crime and terrorism while wearing a blindfold by John Yates dated 30th May 2013, that the proposed Communication Data Bill, a vital investigative tool for the police and security services should be improved upon to help fight crime and terrorism. The controversial proposals include compelling internet providers to keep their data for a period of 12 months, without restricted access to the police and other services. The argument is that new technology such as email, phone records and social media are part of everyday life and could play a huge role in an investigation.

In The Telegraph report by John Yates, former UK Head of Counter Terrorism, goes on to say that criminals and terrorists move with the times and constantly keep ahead of those who want to stop them. If the people who look after us are at a disadvantage they will be powerless to obtain the full picture in a criminal investigation.

Private Investigators Birmingham is often approached to carry out investigations. These investigations can be into something sinister such as a stalker, internet bullying or fraudulent behaviour or they could be to locate a missing friend or family member. Other investigations would benefit from an update in the Communication Data Bill which would lead to more criminals being caught and more victims receiving peace of mind. Internet driven hate vendettas could be thoroughly looked into by the police could act as a deterrent to offenders of this terrible crime.

Spokesperson from Private Investigators Birmingham, Kristy Young said:
“In my professional opinion the Communication Data Bill needs to be updated to be in line with the new technology available today and as a result a lot more criminals would be caught and dealt with accordingly.”

Private Investigators Birmingham along with their sister company Private Investigator 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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