A hidden camera can record any incidents that may occur in the home and then used as evidence
(PRWEB UK) 30 March 2013
According to a recent report in Sky News domestic abuse victim Sinead Noone has released images of her horrific injuries suffered from her abusive partner Derrick Robinson. Robinson was given a 13 year prison sentence at Leicester Crown Court (case number U20130064 and Warwick case number T20127321). Miss Noone released the photos with a message “don’t let this happen to you”.
The report goes on to say that Robinson bullied Miss Noone into saying that she fell over their coffee table when she was hospitalised by the injuries. Through the support and encouragement of her family and police officers she finally reported the attacks and Robinson was charged.
Private Investigators in Manchester are often approached by family and friends of victims of abuse asking for help and advice. Investigators are keen to help and offer the advice of recording and photographing the attacks whenever possible and encourage the victim to report all incidents to the police. Private Investigators in Manchester offer hidden camera and listening device services that can be placed in the home to record any argument or disagreement that might turn into an abusive situation.
Spokesperson from Private Investigators in Manchester, Mary Rogers said:
“In my professional opinion keeping records and photographs of every time the victim has been abused in any way will help the police to investigate your partner. A hidden camera can record any incidents that may occur in the home and then used as evidence.”
Private Investigators in Manchester along with their sister company Private Investigator Leeds 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