We Are Prepared For Success !
We take our job seriously. We spend hours and hours training our employees for success.
We spare no expense on the best equipment. One simple question can quickly
determine a professional agency from a "fly by night" agency.
What is the make and model of the camcorder your investigator will be using on my case?
Our standard camcorder is a Sony CX900 ($1200).
|TYPICAL SURVEILLANCE CASES
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|AAA Surveillance, Inc. 672 Old Mill Road #325 Millersville, MD 21108
Contact: (410) 508-0755 or (443) 848-9400
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|MARYLAND PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR
|(443) 848-9400 Maryland Private Investigators (410) 508-0755
|Agency licensed by the Maryland State Police: 106-3117
|Our agency specializes in undercover surveillance. We are
licensed by the Maryland State Police to legally follow people
around and document their activities using a video camera.
This evidence can be presented in court if needed.
|As your case is being worked, our
investigator keeps you up to date as
events unfold. You are always kept in the
loop so that important decisions can be
made based on real time activity.
|After surveillance is concluded, you will be supplied with date and
time stamped photographs of important events as well as typed
investigator notes covering the full scope of the investigation.
|Powerful Zoom Lens
We get the shots other investigators
only dream of obtaining.
|GPS Vehicle Tracking is available through our agency
as a rental option for 14 days or longer. Your name must
be on the title of the vehicle being tracked.
|A large retainer is not required.
Pay * As * You * Go
Nothing is charged until you have
investigators out working your case.
ADULTERY: If you suspect that your spouse is having an affair then surveillance should be
conducted when he/she has time to meet with the other person. Every case is different but
surveillance times should focus on when you think he/she is available to meet the other
person. You have to watch and question everything he/she says to you. Something as
simple as working out at the gym can provide enough time for them to get together. A
business executive may say that he has to leave early on Friday to attend a seminar. There
may be an actual seminar that day but guess what, he’s leaving early to meet his girlfriend.
People that cheat on their spouse come up with one lie after another. We can help guide
you through the thought process of determining an appropriate time period. All of the
information that you provide us is strictly confidential. Our goal is to conduct surveillance
and remain undetected by the person being followed as well as the general public.
CHILD CUSTODY: In this type of situation we are usually trying to show that one
of the parents of the child have a faulty decision making process. This can be
something like; (1) not using a car seat (2) a more serious situation like drinking
and driving (3) physical abuse (4) leaving the child alone in the car unsupervised
(5) running around the neighborhood unsupervised (6) being around other
adults of questionable character (7) being left to be watched by others, not family
members. Many other situations may arise. Our goal is to document any and all
behavior that will help you in court. The judge starts out the case viewing both
parents equally. Our evidence can help the judge make an informed decision
that’s in the child’s best interest.
COHABITATION: There are times where we are asked to see if anyone is
currently living with another person. The reasons for this vary but our approach
is the same. Investigators establish a surveillance position on the residence so
that anyone entering or exiting the residence can be video taped. The
investigator must hide out in the vehicle so that they cannot be seen by the
subject or neighbors. Once we determine that another adult has
arrived at the residence we would obtain the vehicle make, model and tag
number in order to get their identity. A decision would be make as to the
importance of documenting whether this person spends the night
and appropriate action would be taken by investigators.
DRUG USE: Catching a person in the act of buying or using drugs is very difficult. It’s just
part of the users daily routine to keep anyone from seeing it take place. There are times
where we are successful in video taping what appears to be the exchange of drugs for
money. The subject drives downtown into a run down area. The subject pulls to the curb
while at the same time a person on the sidewalk reaches into the passenger window
pulling their arm back out within a split second. The subject drives away and returns home.
We all know what probably just happened but the investigator cannot testify that the subject
purchased drugs. We can show the video tape to the judge and let him/her decide how likely
it is that drugs were purchased. Obtaining this type of evidence usually takes multiple
attempts unless you know where and when the drugs are being purchased in advance.
ALCOHOL ABUSE: Most of the time when there is a drinking problem it is related to a
Child Custody case. The parent in question is placing the child in danger by drinking and
driving. The parent gets off of work at 3:30 p.m., goes to the local bar and has four drinks
prior to picking up the child at 5:00 p.m. Our investigators would be inside the bar
counting the number of drinks and the rate of consumption. A recent case had
investigators document the father drinking three beers on a construction job site one hour
prior to getting his 10 year old son. They go from the house to a restaurant where he
drinks three more beers in about forty-five minutes then drives his son home to the
mother. After the judge saw our evidence the father was only allowed supervised
INSURANCE FRAUD: Over the years, AAA Surveillance, Inc.,
investigators have been called upon to verify the claims of workers who
are alleged to be "disabled." On countless occasions, we have
recorded activities of people who are collecting compensation
improperly and illegally. These people, we feel, are cheating those who
really need the system. Frequently, the subject is followed and
observed at their unreported source of income. Investigators have also
found claimants engaged in physical endeavors that would be
impossible for a truly "disabled" worker. Our investigators video tape
the subjects activities and can present this evidence in court.