Private Detective Bradford Give Information Regarding Covert CCTV and Surveillance Services

Private Detective Bradford Give Information Regarding Covert CCTV and Surveillance Services in Light of BBC Article Dated 6th November 2013

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Our private investigators are extremely capable and effective, and they employ methods that would have been very effective in the prevention of the events which the BBC wrote about

(PRWEB UK) 16 January 2014

According to the article by BBC dated 6th November 2013, Ian Watkins, singer of Welsh rock band Lostprophets, has pleaded guilty to a series of "depraved" child sex offences including attempted rape of a baby. He had previously "furiously denied" the allegations. The 36-year-old from Pontypridd and two women had been due to stand trial at Cardiff Crown Court. Watkins pleaded guilty to attempted rape and sexual assault of a child under 13 but not guilty to rape. This was accepted by the prosecution. Sentencing will take place on 18 December at Cardiff Crown Court under Mr Justice Royce case number 62CA7126112. Watkins also admitted conspiring to rape a child, three counts of sexual assault involving children, seven involving taking, making or possessing indecent images of children and one of possessing an extreme pornographic image involving a sex act on an animal. The evidence against the defendant came from computers, laptops and mobile phones. One of the two women charged alongside Watkins, Woman A, admitted the attempted rape of a baby after denying rape and two charges of sexual assault as well as taking and distributing an indecent photograph of a child. Woman B pleaded guilty to conspiring to rape a child, three sexual assault charges and four charges of taking, possessing or distributing indecent images.

In light of these shocking events, Private Detective Bradford claims that some of these horrible events could have been prevented if our agency was contacted as soon as suspicion arose.
Chief Investigator Chloe Reid said:

“Many parents who are busy with their jobs leave their kids with the nanny, but that is extremely risky if you don’t know the person. That’s why you should consider consulting with Private Detective Bradford (http://www.privatedetective-bradford.co.uk) as we will provide you with suggestions and the best methods of making sure that your children are safe”

“Our private investigators are extremely capable and effective, and they employ methods that would have been very effective in the prevention of the events which the BBC wrote about”.

One of the possible ways of doing that would be through setting up surveillance detail, usually performed by a team of two detectives on location. Other ways of performing surveillance would be through setting up of surveillance equipment. The hidden cameras would record potential abuse, which would lead to capturing the offender before more brutal and violent acts are committed. In a case like this, communication between a client and the agency is extremely important and our clients will receive daily or even hourly updates in case there is need for that.

What Ian Watkins did is downright disturbed and sick, but people like him should be outed in public and dealt with by the police and Private Detective Bradford investigations which involve surveillance can serve as a precautionary measure. Our private investigators have a background in law enforcement and they have personally been on hundreds of cases that dealt with surveillance detail, and they have a high success rate in solving them. If you would like to get in touch with Chloe Reid on 01274 454 171 or visit her at c(dot)reid(at)privatedetective-bradford(dot)co(dot)uk


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