Subrosa Surveillance

The Latin term "sub rosa" — literally, "beneath the rose" — is often used interchangeably with the word surveillance when referring to the gathering of evidence or information through discreet observation. There are indications that surveillance for such purposes may be as old as human civilization itself, with references to it found in everything from Greek mythology to the Bible.

In fact, surveillance can be a very useful tool for obtaining evidence that is unavailable or difficult to obtain through more conventional means. Among other things, it is often useful as a tool for evaluating claims of personal injury, physical disabilities, and limitations allegedly resulting from various types of accidents and negligence. Video surveillance is most often used to capture such evidence consistent with the old adage that "A picture is worth a thousand words."

We have a dedicated team of surveillance experts with decades of experience ready to meet your surveillance needs.

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