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Fixed Surveillance

Nowadays many are have security systems in place to protect their homes and businesses. This means that they are aware of any form of overt or mechanical surveillance. There are many types of surveillance, beyond alarm detectors and stationary cameras. One of those is Fixed Surveillance. Surveillance investigations are used to gather evidence about applicants. A person who has claimed insurance will make an appearance of having suffered an injury or disability, but they can still be seen at home doing tasks that are impossible if they do not fit the physical restrictions. What is fixed surveillance? Fixed surveillance’s purpose is to verify candidate activities and determine whether the representative is acting within or outside the restrictions of the doctor. Fixed surveillance or stakeout is when the subject remains stationary. Surveillants can move about to ensure that the subject or area is being observed. If more than one surveillant is…

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