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EJM Investigations
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Since 2002 - Over 10 years experience in the private detective and investigation field

Private Matrimonial Surveillance

EJM Investigations specialise in providing focused covert surveillance within many private investigations, including Matrimonial Surveillance. Whatever the reason behind undertaking professional surveillance, we provide appropriate and unobtrusive observation teams and support equipment for any given task. This enables a client's objectives to take precedence and become satisfied.

Absolute discretion is an absolute necessity for any successful Matrimonial Surveillance tasks. EJM investigations can assure you that all their surveillance operations are carried out with 100% discretion.

We have a network of private detectives across the UK who are experienced surveillance operatives.. We always carry out surveillance legally ensuring it’s evidential value is not compromised. Unlike many detective agencies we don’t rely on long hours of surveillance to boost our income. We offer a thorough consultation in order to ascertain how many hours are required. We specialise in getting the most out of what is often a small budget. We will only suggest surveillance if it is likely to yield results and move the investigation forward. When undertaking instruction from the client we always follow the SIA best practise guide when deciding if surveillance is indeed the best way forward

Our private detectives will provide statements along with any video/photographed evidence. Any surveillance report will come with a complete log and photos so that if no evidence is obtained the client has full peace of mind the enquiry has been completed.

The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (c.23) (RIP or RIPA)

is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, regulating the powers of public bodies to carry out surveillance and investigation, and covering the interception of communications.

Whilst this act only covers public bodies, our teams of private detectives will consider the necessity of surveillance before commencing as is stipulated by the SIA “best practise” requirements. Any surveillance carried out for public bodies covered by this act will only be done once the relevant warrant has been obtained