We can carry out surveillance to determine if the authorities should be involved or not in a situation
(PRWEB UK) 20 November 2012
A farmer who has already been banned twice from keeping sheep and cattle due to the terrible conditions he kept them in has now been banned from keeping dogs for the next 10 years. Despite being given information from Trading Standards Officers and local vets on how to care for the animals correctly he has failed to do so.
Not only was Mr Smith keeping the animals in appalling conditions he was feeding them rotting pig carcasses. Mr Smith did not dispose of the carcasses in a lawful, approved or safe manner that would prevent the spread of disease to animals and humans. He was given an £800 fine and £500 in costs.
Private Detective in London is often called upon to carry out surveillance in similar cases to this. Vigilant agents can discreetly make checks on individuals who are suspected of crimes including animal abuse. One the evidence is there the authorities can be called in to take control of the situation.
A spokesperson from Private Detective in London said:
“We can carry out surveillance to determine if the authorities should be involved or not in a situation. We have had a lot of success bringing people, who are cruel to animals, to justice that perhaps would have been otherwise missed.”
Private Detective in London along with their sister company UK Detective are 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 surveillance and matrimonial, corporate and private investigations.