British Palace Security Surveillance Infiltrated By Criminals: How Well Do You Know Your Employees?

xin_54040207093151554427The Queen of England faced a covert spy detection disaster when her chauffeur gave undercover reporters a tour of her fleet. The royal chauffeur Brian Sirjusingh was bribed with $1,500 by the reporters who posed as middle eastern businessmen.  They were allowed to enter the palace grounds without being checked for weapons or bombs. They also learned the code names of the queen’s cars and security weaknesses of some of the royal coaches. They even learned about the queen’s weekend plans. A good deal of information for anyone who may want to harm her royal highness.

The royals have always had issues with spy surveillance, the worst being in 1982 when Irishman Michael Fagan broke into the Queen’s bedroom and watched her sleep.

This is an example of how people desperate for money will betray loyalty in an instant. Hidden camera equipment help to keep employees on their guard and thwart any wrongdoing before it occurs. GPS employee tracking has worked wonders in cases where employees must leave the grounds to work. The wireless GPS tracking makes sure they are heading to where they need to be and on time.

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