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The simplest type of surveillance. Observation is performed from a fixed shelter: apartment, parked car, shop, etc. The disadvantage is a limited surveillance sector (you can see what you can see from the window and nothing else). But the object can uncover such surveillance only in the case of brutal violations by the surveillance team and only when it checks and looks around. For example: a person entered the shop, but he does not buy anything, but walks to the window on the street and stares into it. Or (the most common mistake) there is a car, people obviously sit in it (as many as seats in the car), but no one goes out; the passengers in the car smoke, take food, and behind the back seat lie a change of jackets and hats … Everything but the jokes: the author of this opus has seen such a car. Those who were sitting in it were amicably reading newspapers, having made holes in them for observation. On noticing the attention, they immediately started to cover the slump in the back (it was a “station wagon”) with some blanket. You can’t be so rude…
Stationary observation is used when the movements of an object are known and its appearance at the observation site is predetermined. As well as when observing a specific PLACE: who comes there, when they leave, etc. In addition, in a stationary position, so-called counter-surveillance (a counter-surveillance technique, about which below) is conducted.
Observation in motion.
Leading. One of the most unusual techniques. The conventional wisdom is that the “tail” always comes from behind. But it can be in front or on the side. So, when leading, one of the observers moves BEFORE the object, directed in advance by given instructions, or by radio, receiving messages about the movement of the object. The point of such method is that a convenient place for separating the object from the observation is occupied in advance. For example, an object crosses a railroad track in front of an approaching train. This train blocks the path of pursuers walking/running slightly behind. But… somewhat earlier than the object, that road has already been crossed by the “leader”. Upon receiving a message from the rest of the team that the object has “broken away”, he “takes the fire” by starting to lead the object. As he moves, the former “leader” observer directs the rest of the brigade by radio or other means of communication. The object may notice this observer, so after the rest of the brigade approaches (or a replacement brigade arrives), the former “leader” moves to the reserve and follows in the vehicle (changing clothes there as well) until a special order. He may rejoin the game after a long period of time, when the object has forgotten specific details and will not be able to identify him when he reappears.
When the object has boarded the bus (trolleybus, tram), the “leader” is taken by car to the next stop. There he gets on, if the object didn’t get off, and follows on. In the case of boarding a train, subway, pleasure boat, or ferry, the “leader” has to arrive at the stop before the target and board with him or her. On public transport, if possible, do not ride in the same carriage as the target, but in the neighbouring carriage so that they can see him. If it’s crowded, you can get close to the object (just be careful so it doesn’t inadvertently draw”).
Counter motion. The observer moves towards the object. It is useful if the object is walking along a street with thoroughfares, entrances, etc., where it may unexpectedly turn. Or, if during movement along this street, the object may come into contact with another person, and this contact should be detected by all means. The observer drives to the other side of the street and walks towards the object, covering the rear of the observers. When the observer warms up to the object, he is transferred to the reserve.
Parallel guidance. The subject moves through a park where parallel alleys crossed by transverse alleys are made. Or along other terrain with a linear-transverse (variant – radial-ring) layout. For example, in blocks of panel houses arranged in neat rows. Then one observer follows the object directly and the others move along the side roads which are parallel to it. The object starts to “check”, suddenly turning into a side passage. The backstop observes that the person following him/her has not turned but continues moving (he/she passes into the backlog – like any other backstop – which has caught the eye of the target). Kind of “no tail. But in fact the object was taken by one of the side roads.
Chain. Used when guiding a subject along a sparsely populated street. The observers follow each other. Only the front observer observes the object. The second one sees the front one, the third one sees the second one and so on. If anything – the object must not see anyone except the first observer. When checking, the object stops and performs a legendary U-turn (e.g. drops something and comes back to pick it up). He will see that the person walking behind him passes by and goes on “about his business”. With a prolonged delay, the second person passes by… The one who is directly behind him at the moment of resuming his movement takes over the object. Disadvantage: when leading in this manner, it is easy to lose the object, for it is actually observed by only one person.
Box. This is a technique not of surveillance, but of pressure. Surveillance is conducted ostentatiously, the observers stay within sight of the subject, not leaving him or her for a second. Attempts at contact are evaded or pretend they “don’t understand.”
Techniques for leaving (detaching) from observation.
So, you notice an observation about yourself. Should you “reset” it right away? Don’t. Maybe it’s not you being watched at all, but someone else nearby. Maybe they’re confused with someone else. They’ll realise they’re driving a dummy and they’ll leave you alone. And if they’re following you, then what? How do you know what “they” hope to find? Again, they will take a look, they will not find anything interesting and will leave you alone, because advertising is not cheap and easy to carry out. And if you start to fidget, and especially to demonstrate some skills (because outdoor surveillance is not easy even to notice, much less leave) – you will attract attention. And if so go after you filier or pair, then bring the whole brigade, the actions of which are partially described above. Is there a big chance to get away from such brigade? Nope. They’ll get to the bottom of secrets in your biography they weren’t originally after.
There is a method: getting into a crowd and hiding together with it out of sight of the observer, take off your jacket (or vice versa, put on a pre-prepared jacket, turn it inside out, if it is double-sided). This may help. But in any case, breaking away from the outside alone is not an easy task. It’s easier to do it with the help of your own people.
It is to combat outside surveillance by outside surveillance of the same, but one conducted by friends or allies of the target. As the above implies, the surveillance team looks (at least tries to look) natural in the eyes of the target. However, from the point of view of external observers, the actions of such a brigade may look highly inadequate. Outside the field of view of the target, the observers run headlong from one place to another (for example, one person is standing at the beginning of the street the target is walking on, while the others are running to the other end along a parallel street, because it is dangerous to enter the street itself – the target might see it). Someone gets in the car and gets out, having driven quite a bit. And so on. Even the attempts to hide from the eyes of the object when the latter is turning around in a legendary way can be unnoticeable for the object, but for those who are close to it and know what to look out for – hardly. That’s all such discrepancies are looked out for by people conducting so called counter-surveillance. In an extreme case, these people will help not only to detect the surveillance, but also to detach from it.
Counter-surveillance begins with the object and the counter-surveillance team (concealed from potential observers, of course) meeting and working out a checking plan. A route containing “inconvenient” places for the observers is drawn up. The counter-surveillance team – and this is its fundamental difference from the surveillance team – is not dragged behind the object, but is positioned at control points agreed with the object in advance. The route of the object is chosen in such a way that the counter-surveillance team will have time to move from one point to another and settle in a new location without arousing the suspicions of others. Do not forget that they need to encrypt not only the “enemy” but also from the excessively vigilant cops, etc. Therefore do not choose as a checkpoint, which are regularly (the more constant) present any kind of guards, guards, controllers – you can accidentally catch their eyes and get problems. In addition, the route will have to make a loop with repeated returns to the same area: the counter-surveillance team does not know (and can not know) who and even in what quantity will be found, they are not observers who were handed a photo of the object, so at any checkpoint should be the same people as in all previous points, to confidently identify the “familiar” by previous points.
[This way it is possible to detect the fact of surveillance, and from the behaviour of the detected observer it is possible to get an indirect idea about his (their) training and equipment (which, in turn, can be used to judge the client of the surveillance). Now, it should be at least roughly estimated (if it cannot be ascertained for certain) how many observers there are in total. One or two indicate “on-duty” interest and no more. Get away from such supervision is not worth it, if there is no direct danger (for example – you cheater and visited the company you want to cheat, and from the office of firm you “were led”: in this case we must hurry to run away and forget the way there in the future). If you have a whole team with a car – that’s worse. And if you have a change of teams of observers during surveillance, you are in trouble: they are on to you very badly. The time of surveillance also matters: if the “tail” in one form or another is not only dragging around during the day, but also keeping watch at night, then the conclusions are clear.
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