Cell Phone Records
At last count, there are more mobile devices on the planet than there are people.
There are no greater repositories of personal information than mobile devices.
A cell phone can often tell you more about a person than many background checks, which makes cell phone investigations a critically important component of the modern private investigator’s job.
The information contained in a cell phone and in cell phone records can be invaluable on its own, or as part of a more comprehensive investigation. Among the situations in which cell phone evidence can be useful are:
- when you think your spouse or partner is cheating on you;
- when you want to know what your children and teenagers are doing;
- when you are afraid that your child might be in contact with a sexual predator;
- when you suspect that employees are misusing business phones; or
- when you suspect someone in your inner circle of criminal activity.
Our first concern at John A. DeMarr PI when examining a cell phone or mobile device is to take all the necessary steps to ensure that our investigation is legal and that its results will stand up in court. Telephone records are protected by federal statute (the Telephone Records and Privacy Protection Act of 2006 and knowledge of the legalities involved in any kind of telephone investigation is essential if the investigation is to produce legally admissible evidence.
Appreciating the legal aspects is only one of the skills required to conduct a productive cell phone investigation. Equally as necessary is a grasp of the ever-evolving field of cell phone forensics. As phones become smarter, the technology to investigate their contents needs to become smarter as well. At John A. DeMarr PI, we are experts in the field of cell phone forensics, and use state-of-the-art software to mine as much information as is possible from a subject’s phone.
Investigating a mobile device is something amateurs may think they can do – think of a jealous lover stealing a look at their partner’s texts in the middle of the night – but it is not something they should attempt. One clumsy move can ruin a case. Cell phone forensics should be left to a professional private investigator. There is a rule in our business: the “simpler” an investigation appears to you, the more it should be left to a professional.
We’ll do the job right – and provide you with the answers you need. It’s better to know.
We undertake cell phone investigations either independently or as part of larger-scale investigations. If you believe we can be of assistance to investigating a mobile device, please call our team of electronics specialists at 833-4-DEMARR for a free consultation and quote. Or contact us using the convenient email form below.
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