Private Detective Ipswich Offer Investigation Services When it Comes to Theft

Originally published at http://businessprwire.co.uk/the-team-at-private-detective-ipswich-share-useful-tips-to-monitor-personnel-effectively/

The article published in BBC News on 12 February 2015: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-suffolk-31437400, sheds light on the ongoing computer thefts that have taken place intermittently at the Ipswich Hospital between 2011 and 2013. Andrew Leacock, an IT contractor who hails from Diamond Close, Ipswich, was one of four men arrested in connection with the thefts. Leacock admitted to the crime and received a jail sentence of over 3 years (court reference T20140308). The other three arrestees received suspended sentences. It has been determined that the stolen equipment included 370 desktop computers, 70 iPads and 50 laptops. In October, Shane Dawson, 33, was arrested for handling stolen equipment worth approximately £20,000, and was sentenced to an 18-month suspended jail sentence. Philip Goldsmith, 45, also admitted to handling and selling stolen computer haul, and received a 14-month suspended sentence. Graham Sherlock, 62, was a computer technician employed at Ipswich Hospital, who pleaded guilty to handling and selling stolen equipment and was sentenced to a 12-month suspended sentence as well as a fine of £17,520. Goldsmith, Sherlock and Dawson also had to carry out 250 hours of community service each. NHS-Protect has urged other hospitals to keep a closer check on staff. Nick Martin of NHS-Protect says, "Computer equipment remains a popular target for criminals as it is portable, valuable and attractive to unscrupulous dealers.

After reading the events detailed in the BBC News article, detectives at Ipswich (http://privatedetective-ipswich.co.uk) raise voice against the disquieting frequency of employee fraud and urge all public institutions to keep strict control over staff movements and conduct. The computer theft at Ipswich hospital is just one incident in a growing list of employee scams and corruption that needs to be stopped as quickly and effectively as possible. The detective agency can help in any number of ways. Private Detective Ipswich has a team of highly professional and discreet investigators that are fully capable of rooting out fraudulent employees through a variety of sophisticated investigative techniques. The detectives can install hidden listening devices, web activity monitors, phone text/call monitoring and vehicle tracking devices as well as conduct expert surveillance to find out what employees are doing all day. This can help corporations like Ipswich Hospital to keep a better track on employees and to catch ones with dishonest intentions. Clients in need can easily call the detectives at Ipswich and arrange a meeting.

Chief Investigator at Private Detective Ipswich, Wanda Turner, urges all organisations to be vigilant at all times in monitoring personnel conduct. "By keeping a strict eye on your staff, you can prevent the shocking computer theft that occurred at Ipswich Hospital. To avoid employee theft and fraud, you need qualified employee monitoring services and we at Private Detective Ipswich offer you just that. Call us today and save yourself a world of trouble tomorrow," says Detective Turner. Wanda Turner can be reached via email (w.turner@privatedetective-ipswich.co.uk) and telephone (01473 530 048).

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