What can you learn from GPS tracking?
It’s a fact of life that people keep secrets – even those people who you consider near and dear to you. Sadly, finding out the truth isn’t always as easy as confronting the person. Instead, you might have to take additional measures to get to the bottom of your suspicions.
If you visit a detective agency, they may advise you that the best way to find answers is by using GPS tracking. This usually entails strapping a gadget to the individual’s vehicle to monitor their movements. But what exactly can you learn from this measure? Well, quite a lot actually. Here are just a few of the questions you’ll quickly find the answers to.
Where are they going?
Up until now you will have had to take statements such as ‘I’m just nipping to the shop’ at face value. This isn’t ideal – especially when someone is gone for 60 minutes and only returns with a carton of milk. Meanwhile, GPS will show if they’ve stopped at any other locations along the way, whether it’s a mystery house, a bar or a hotel.
How long do they stay there?
GPS will also let you know how long someone has stopped off at a location. This information is especially valuable when it’s difficult for you to keep track of time. The results may indicate that the individual is merely taking short detours to some destinations, or it could show that they’re staying in the same place for hours on end.
Is there a pattern?
It’s important that you can establish a pattern in their movement. After all, this will give you more concrete evidence to confront the individual with. For instance, you may find that your partner is spending two hours a day parked outside a hotel. This may indicate that they’re having an affair.
GPS devices are extremely efficient for gathering information discretely. However, it’s not the only option that’s available to you. Depending on your suspicions, you could also have an individual observed and surveilled with a GPS investigator. Such options can be discussed further if you get in touch with the private investigators at 247 Investigations.