Changes to RIPA – judicial approval and the crime threshold for directed surveillance
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Noisy neighbours could soon to be running wild! Read the rest of this entry »
Resettlement Realities can be a harsh and costly lesson for those who fail to prepare. After several articles in quest magazine I was inundated with calls and emails asking for advice on how best to get into the industry. Read the rest of this entry »
The mail online reported today that G4S were involved in yet another fiasco relating to spying on the sick in their homes. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are Serious About Surveillance and new to the commercial surveillance world, maybe ex Military or Police then you may well be in for a shock.
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Civvy Street Six Months On is written to highlight good and bad points you will encounter during the transition from military to civilian, not only within the security industry which is my chosen profession but on a general basis.
The Deben 12v 22Ah battery is one item of equipment that should be in every surveillance operators vehicle. Conducting any form of surveillance whether in the military, private or commercial industry there is one thing that never changes, Power management issues.
Why oh why would you be slightly interested in a camera strap such as the BlackRapid RS7? Well, if you have never held,handled or carried a modern digital SLR camera before this may well be a fair comment. Read the rest of this entry »
I couldn’t wait to do a full review of the Manfrotto 393 Gimbal Head i’m so impressed by it that I just needed to share with you how great this particular piece of equipment is for surveillance photography. Read the rest of this entry »
Ethical Investigation is hot in the press as the Leveson Inquiry is now well and truly in full swing with Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and the PM himself due for a grilling this week. Read the rest of this entry »