Harassment is deliberate behaviour that is intended to intimidate, dominate or harm an individual or a group. Harassment can be against a person's religious beliefs, gender, sexuality, disability or race.
It can include:
There are various forms of harassment that is covered by the law include:
Other forms of harassment include bullying, and harassment due to a person's religious belief.
The law is clear and firm when dealing with issues surrounding harassment and there are severe penalties for persons found guilty of such behaviour as it is not and should not be tolerated.
If you are a victim of harassment your first call should be to your local police force and then to your borough council.
Initially we will meet with you to discuss the problem and between us identify when our services can be put to best use. From speaking with you, we can devise a strategy to monitor the harassment you are suffering.
To take action against someone who is causing harassment it is necessary to have the evidence of the harassment. A diary to note time and dates of incident is important, along with names of the people responsible, and what type of harassment was occurring.
All of this material will be presented in a format that will satisfy any prosecuting agent such as the police or civil lawyer and court of law.
Our activity will be discreet so as not to alert offenders that their behaviour is being monitored. Where suitable we observe the incidents form a covert position in order to obtain the best evidence.
Our private investigators are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If your matter is of a personal nature please advise us how and when you wish us to contact you.