All that is captured by our CCTV cameras can be used as evidence in court, and the client can seek a financial payout for the damage done to his property.
(PRWEB UK) 17 January 2014
According to The Telegraph by Charlotte Runcie dated 28th November 2013, pop star Justin Bieber has been accused of spraying graffiti on a hotel wall in Gold Coast, Australia, which infuriated the city’s mayor. Apparently, Mayor Tom Tate was so aggravated he sent graffiti removal kit to the hotel at Surfer’s Paradise where singer was staying, with instructions for Bieber to remove the graffiti, which includes a Pacman ghost and fluorescent cartoon characters. It was reported that Bieber painted these after doing a show in Brisbane on Wednesday night. "If a normal person did that they'd be serving 80 to 100 hours of community service," Tate told the Nine Network. "Just come and clean it up and we'll be happy with you." In a separate interview in the Brisbane Courier-Mail, Tate said: "We've all been young once. But by the sounds of it, he's gone and done something really, really silly. "But he's got an opportunity to make good... I urge him to treat this city the way Gold Coast fans treat him." Pictures of the graffiti have been posted online, including on the social network AFP. This is Bieber’s second incident this month, as he did a similar thing in Rio de Janeiro, and the police began investigating him for alleged graffiti tagging on another hotel wall.
Private Investigator Derby (http://www.privateinvestigator-derby.co.uk) condemns vandalism in every shape or form, and offers services which can lead to its prevention. Also, if the client’s property is vandalized again everything will be captured on video which may make it possible to find out the identity of the vandal. Using state-of-the-art CCTV surveillance systems to record and monitor the activities in real-time on location where the equipment is located. That way, we will be able to react to the actual act of vandalism, either personally or by notifying the local law enforcement agency promptly.
Chief Investigator from Private Investigator Derby, Murray Olson said:
“All that is captured by our CCTV cameras can be used as evidence in court, and the client can seek a financial payout for the damage done to his property. CCTV equipment can be used to protect your home, store, garage or office”
Murray went on to say:
“Our private investigators are very experienced when it comes to surveillance and they have successfully solved hundreds of such cases. The client can rest assured knowing that their case is safe in the capable hands of our detectives”.
Private Investigator Derby will also provide sound advice and take a look at the case and suggest the best possible solution. CCTV services can also be used to prevent vandalism, and also to monitor the events in the workplace or at home. To find out what problems can be solved by the use CCTV cameras, give Murray Olson a call 01332 220641 or email him at m(dot)olson(at)privateinvestigator-derby(dot)co(dot)uk.
An appointment can be made to visit Murray at:
Private Investigator Derby
Derby, DE24 8GX