Birmingham Private Investigators Offer Help and Advice Regarding Detection of Hidden Cameras and Other Bugs

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In light of the Telegraph article dated 26th November 2014 by Martin Evans: Disgraced doctor jailed for secretly recording patients as they used the toilet, Birmingham Private Investigators give help and advice about hidden cameras and other recording devices

This crime was organised and long running. The only reason this offender was caught was because a tiny camera he was using slipped out of place and was noticed by one of his many victims

According to the Telegraph article by Martin Evans dated 26th November 2014, Disgraced doctor jailed for secretly recording patients as they used the toilet, world renowned hearing specialist Dr Lam Hoe Yeoh has been sentenced to a custodial jail sentence of eight years at Croydon Crown Court, case number T20140766 dated 26th November 2014. The court was told that 62 year old man, also known as Robin, had secretly recorded footage of patients, colleagues and friends using the toilet in over a number of locations in medical centres throughout the country. Footage was obtained of over 1000 victims by using secret devices such as mini cameras, pen drives and camera-watches and then downloaded onto his work or home PC.

In relation to the Telegraph article dated 26th November 2014, Birmingham Private Investigators are often approached by concerned people looking for help when there is a suspicion they are victims of voyeurism or have a feeling of being watched. In many cases that feeling has proved to be correct and detectives at Birmingham Private Investigators have had great success in locating many covert cameras, listening devices and other equipment and software that could secretly record video footage, conversations and copy data or important information. These experts have the knowledge, experience and equipment to determine if the treat is real and when devices are found they are deactivated, removed and destroyed.

Chief Investigator, Viv Clarke of Birmingham Private Investigators (http://www.birmingham-privatedetectives.co.uk) told of her outrage when reading the Telegraph article not only because of the abuse of the high level of trust his position commands, but also the number of victims, some as young as five, that had been violated by Yeoh.

Viv Clarke said about the Telegraph article: “This crime was organised and long running. The only reason this offender was caught was because a tiny camera he was using slipped out of place and was noticed by one of his many victims.”

For more help and advice with bug sweeps and how to keep yourself safe please contact Viv on (0)1212590063

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