Surveillance: (noun) close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal. - origin: French, from sur- 'over' + veiller 'watch'.

You’ve seen it a million times before in movies and television series: Private investigators following the bad guy into a restaurant, on the beach or at a ski resort, at a football game or in a billiards bar, going to work or leaving work, etc. What are they doing? Where are they going? Who are they with? Wouldn’t you like to know?

Most people that are leading double lives or are not being honest or truthful, when given a mile, will take ten and eventually hem themselves in.

You, as the client, may do several things to help in the pre-investigation phase:
   (A) look for time periods that cannot be accounted for
   (B) phone calls that create unusual behavior
   (C) changes in normal habits
   (D) names, addresses, places of employment of the person(s) to be investigated
   (E) telephone numbers, and/or pager numbers
   (F) vehicle license plate numbers and even
   (G) Access to laptops or PCs the suspect might be using for other purposes.

All of this information can be very helpful to the investigation and surveillance process. So keep your eyes and ears open and when you are ready Contact Us.  We will get the necessary information for your particular case on video along with a written report, which can be used as legal court documents that will make a stronger and more credible case. Sometimes, the only way to win is to find out the truth.

​If you believe or have a feeling that something is going on, don’t let the suspect know. Act normal, but keep tabs on all of the events that are leading to your suspicion. Call P.I. DUCKS, INC. at 318-518-7238 with all of the necessary information or go to the Contact Us page and submit your information.

If you let the suspect become aware there might be an investigation, then it will probably take (and cost) twice as much to catch them doing what you want us to find out.

"Be wiser than other people if you can; but do not tell them so."
           Lord Chesterfield

You can reach us 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, including holidays
(unlike our competitors).

When you call our telephone number you get a licensed investigator
(unlike our competitors).

We do not charge extra for nights or weekends
(unlike our competitors).

We do not charge for the first time phone consultation
(unlike our competitors).

What happens next? Once we get from you the basic information to start our work, we will need to agree to the time and place where the surveillance will commence.

In all investigation work we begin by recording video of the general area where surveillance is taking place, documenting all vehicle information and their license plate numbers, as well as writing a detailed report as to what we observe. If so required, we will even call you to give you updates. Date and time will be shown at all times during the recording as well as throughout the written report.

Contact Us for rates for your specific case.

Please feel free to call us at anytime for a FREE Consultation to discuss your situation.  If you decide to retain our services, we will handle all your needs quickly, efficiently and professionally.

CALL  318-518-7238