Evidence Collected by Private Investigators

Evidence collected by private investigators need to be relevant, obtained legally and unadulterated.

There are 2 categories of evidence: Direct and Indirect. Direct evidence proves a fact without any presumptions or inferences and can either be direct testimony of a witness, item or document.

Indirect evidence (also known as circumstantial evidence), in the absence of direct evidence, proves a fact by inference from circumstances using reasoning and experience. Such evidence can be in the form of fingerprints, surveillance videos, audio recordings, etc.

Ranger Investigators collect direct and indirect evidence depending on the requirement and situation. Engage us today to obtain the evidence you require. Call +65 9698 8142.

 

Investigating Moonlighting Employees

Employee moonlighting is an unhealthy practice that takes place in many organisations. On the surface, it is condoned by many “as long as it does not affect performance”. In reality it is inevitable that performance will be affected as the employee are usually distracted, sometimes sleep deprived as well. In more sinister cases, loyalty to the organisation is compromised and confidential information, trade secrets or sales revenue lost.

Signs your employee may be moonlighting:

  1. Lateness to work
  2. Sleepiness during working hours
  3. Regular absence/medical leave
  4. Long term medical leave
  5. Fake injuries
  6. Hearsay about sideline work
  7. Drop in work performance
  8. Loss of contracts/sales to unknown competitors, etc.

Ranger Investigation has assisted many employers to uncover and obtain evidence of moonlighting employees. Stop these unfair practices in your organisation! Contact us today at +65 9698 8142