The first step is for you to speak with an experienced TSCM technician at 888-808-4802. The technician will ask you several questions to determine your potential threat level. Your answers are completely confidential and will then result in the technician offering you recommendations on how best to proceed. We will not accept a sweep request unless we believe there are sufficient red flags to warrant a professional bug sweep. We don’t want to see you spend money unless it appears to be absolutely necessary.
The technician will then ask more questions to determine if a potential suspect might be a spouse, family member, ex-spouse, landlord, neighbor, or an absolute stranger. We will also ask about accessibility into your residence. Who has keys? Do you have an alarm system? If so, do you actually use it? Do you suspect that you are being watched, listened to or followed? Your answers will help to determine the vulnerabilities that exist and the likelihood that you are the subject of an eavesdropping device or GPS tracker.
The second step is the actual bug sweep. Our sweep team will arrive at your residence or business in an unmarked vehicle so as not to attract any attention. Our technicians do not wear uniforms so as not to bring attention to the team members walking about in front of others. The technicians will then roll in two large black Pelican cases which contain no less than 15 sophisticated electronic detection devices with a value in excess of $100,000. It should be noted that the number of technicians is dependent on the size of the sweep assignment.
The third step will be for the technicians to conduct an initial physical inspection to familiarize themselves with your location. An electronic inspection of the entire location will then commence using all of the various electronic detection devices we’ll be using. The technician will explain what each detection device does and you are encouraged to follow the technician around as the sweep is conducted.
Should any bugging device be found, it will be up to you as to how best to proceed. In most cases, our clients want us to call the local police so an incident report can be made and a detective can collect the bugging device found to be tested for fingerprints, which will ultimately identify the culprit. However, calling the police is completely up to you. The police DO NOT have to be called if you don’t want to. Our technicians are there for you and will follow your wishes. It should be noted that if the technician does find a bugging device deemed to be law enforcement, the sweep will immediately cease.
At the end of the bug sweep, the technician will go over the results with you and answer any questions you may have. For more information, simply speak with a technician, Call Us at 888-808-4802.
- Posted by Jimmie Mesis
- On March 23, 2020
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