(PRWEB UK) 10 September 2013
According to the BBC News Report dated 6 August, 2013: Killer dogs’ owners in England and Wales could face life in prison, the owners of dogs that attack and kill someone could face life in prison. Current maximum prison sentence for an owner who allows a dangerously out of control a dog to kill or injure someone is two years. At the moment The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 only covers attacks by dogs in public places and private areas where animals are not permitted, however, plans to extend the scope of the law to prosecute anyone whose dog injures someone or acts aggressively in a private place, even in their own home, are under way.
Private Investigator Sheffield is often approached by people with concerns about anti-social neighbours who own aggressive dogs and keep them in their garden. Investigators have carried out investigations into this type of situation using listening devices and other recording devices, on the client’s property, to record the level of noise and possible threats of violence made toward the client. This type of evidence gathered is admissible in court and can sometimes be the only way for the client to regain a normal life and peace of mind.
Spokesperson from Private Investigator Sheffield, Chloe Hurst said:
“Living with anti-social neighbours can be a horrendous experience, especially if the neighbours are the owners of out of control aggressive dogs."
"This can be particularly unsettling and worrying if you are the owner of pets yourself and fear for their safety.”
Private Detective Sheffield along with their 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.