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When you witness a crime and call the police, increases the odds of an arrest by getting the direction of travel the criminal(s) take as they flee the scene.
So many times this is missed, even by excellent witnesses to a crime.
But here’s the thing… knowing the direction the bad guys go significantly enhances the odds the police will catch them!
If you can say the criminal fled north from the scene of the crime, then no police officers have to waste their time searching south of the crime scene! This means any patrol officer who would have searched south can now search north.
This essentially DOUBLES the police response to your crime increasing the odds for an arrest!
When you use this tip, use it in a way that keeps you safe.
When you’re learning how to do surveillance, many teachers will give you vague advice, but this week’s advice is very specific and will save you from losing your subject when you’re waiting in your surveillance vehicle.
Be sure to understand that many surveillances you do will be in the morning. This is includes many Worker’s Compensation cases and maybe some cases when you need to locates assets of a subject who lost a judgment. (You follow the subject to his / her work place. Once you know where they work, the client who hired you can garnishee their wages.)
So when you work in the morning, be sure to be aware of school buses and prepare for them accordingly.
Anyways, this advise will really help you.
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