Surveillance & Investigation
Olchon’s surveillance capability is drawn from experienced operators who have performed and learnt their skills in some of the worlds high risk areas. Their specialist duties are completed under the guidelines, but not governed by, the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA). Prior to any task being carried out, the four questions we pose to a client and guarantee we comply with, are:
- Is it intrusive?
- Is it proportional?
- Is it justified?
- Is it legal?
Olchon’s full surveillance potential will be offered including physical surveillance, technical surveillance including covert cameras, tracking devices and bespoke communication equipment including COBRA walk-on vehicle equipment, personal covert equipment and VIPER (Voice over IP Extended Radio) when required.
Olchon assures complete confidentiality to both our client and employees who work under Non Disclosure Agreements and compliance with the following standards is guaranteed:
- Human Rights Act (1998).
- Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act (1996).
- Data Protection Act (1998).
- Private Security Industry Act (2001).
- Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (2000) – used as a procedural guide.
- Evidential Gathering
All data and evidence captured on a surveillance task including covert camera product, camera images and Olchon’s surveillance report and logs will be submitted as evidence if the client wishes to proceed in a court of law.