Surveillance Assessment / Canvass
A surveillance assessment is a method of obtaining background information to
assist in determining the likelihood of successful surveillance.
Database, Internet and telephone canvasses will provide the following
Mobile and Stationary Surveillance /Covert Surveillance
- Date of Birth Verification
- Telephone Number Verification
- Social Security Trace
- Residency History
- Corporate Ownership
- UCC Filings
- Professional Licenses
- Civil & Criminal Background
- DMV; when appropriate
- Contact with Neighbors
A trained LSLLC operative will provide a surveillance investigation for a
specified period of time with the main purpose of conducting direct observation
of a subject to obtain information and video documentation of the subject's
activities. These activities can be compared with the reported disability.
In addition, video surveillance can be utilized to establish if the subject
has been engaged in unreported employment.
Activity Check/Neighborhood Canvass
An LSLLC operative will physically contact area residents, local law enforcement,
and businesses in the area in an attempt to develop a more detailed profile of
the subject, their activity level, and the most appropriate time frames in which
the subject is active. An activity check is often an effective preliminary step
in the process prior to assignments for video surveillance.
LSLLC's investigative department will make a face-to-face meeting to verify that
the subject is alive, as well as to assess factors that could impact future
handling vendor management program.
Vendor Management Program
The LSLLC Team can provide the following service to manage and coordinate local,
regional and national investigative programs.
- RFP Development
- Vendor Selection
- Centralized Intake
- Centralized Billing
- Management Reporting
- Field Services