We’re proud of our quality in-house equipment and specialist skills and the resulting full service we can provide to help private and corporate clients with their asset and vehicle tracking needs.
Legality and ethics are always our primary concerns and absolutely fundamental to all of our work. Your needs will be managed with integrity throughout
We provide services throughout the UK and internationally to corporate and private clients.
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Corporate investigations often rely on GPS vehicle tracking, in one of two main ways:
Vehicle Tracking For Asset Recovery:
GPS tracking can be instrumental in recovering your company’s assets.
Vehicle Tracking For Employee Behaviour Surveillance:
GPS vehicle tracking is invaluable in establishing the truth about employee behaviour while on the road. This kind of tracking is useful in observing and rectifying many things:
GPS vehicle tracking is a cost-effective method of intelligence gathering and aiding covert surveillance. Vehicle tracking can provide the evidence to put your mind at rest, or to make changes in the best interests of all parties.
GPS tracking plays an important role in both matrimonial investigations and private asset and vehicle protection.
Many of our clients require invaluable GPS evidence to aid their divorce negotiations. Hard evidence discovered through vehicle tracking can make matrimonial disputes less costly and time-consuming and help bring them to swift, fair conclusions. In many of our previous matrimonial cases, vehicle tracking has been vital in establishing the true behaviour of relatives and consequently building a robust case
Private Asset and Vehicle Protection:
We also provide an asset protection service to private individuals looking to protect their personal assets such as high-value vehicles.
PDL is a leader in delivering this form of support across the UK, and internationally.
We’re proud to say that the quality of our GPS trackers, software and personnel enables us to meet our own exacting standards. We undertake tracking jobs confidently and reliably, and we get the results needed.
The exemplary quality of our asset and vehicle tracking service breaks down into 3 main areas:
1 – The unprecedented quality of our GPS tracking devices
Our experience was that the majority of trackers in use were not fit for purpose, from unresponsive suppliers, to units not fit for purpose, to substandard technology.
So we undertook the detailed process of finding the best GPS trackers on the market, which we now source directly from the manufacturer, meaning we can monitor and regulate their quality, and be cost competitive to clients. Our trackers have the following qualities:
2 – The innovation and reliability of our in-house software
Our fantastic software is the other half of our technological tracking process. It is fast, reliable, innovative and accurate, and being our own developed software, we know it inside out. It is:
3 – The skill and expertise of our investigation personnel
Our investigation personnel are from a range of backgrounds, from police to military to legal. They use their unique specialist skills to work with the GPS trackers and tracking software to get the results needed.
As with all our investigation services, our asset and vehicle tracking services are bespoke to the client’s needs.
After providing and covertly installing a GPS unit, we offer a full bespoke service meaning monitoring movements, extracting the data needed, analysing it for intelligence purposes, then consequently undertaking surveillance and/or recovery missions when the time is right. This is a fully managed service to take the worry and admin out of the equation for the client.
This monitoring and management side of tracking jobs can also be handed over to the client if preferred. We can give the client access to live software. Should we be needed further down the line, we are only a phone call away.
Our asset and vehicle tracking services are available throughout the UK and internationally. We travel, or instruct local investigators, from one of our bases, London, Edinburgh and Manchester.
At PDL, legality and ethics are always our first concerns. We have never and will never undertake any practice that is not legally and ethically sound. Our own due diligence is always of paramount importance.
There are tight, specific restrictions on what can be done legally in relation to vehicle tracking. These restrictions fall under the data protection act of 1998, in which we are expert and thoroughly well-versed.
The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIP or RIPA) regulates the powers of public bodies to carry out surveillance and investigation, and covers the interception of communications.
We follow robust procedures to ensure the information we gather is so done in line with both of these acts. All information is properly obtained, meaning it also stands up, when necessary, in court.