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Hidden Cameras, Audio Bugs and GPS Devices: How to know what’s Legal in Clay County, TN
Tennessee law, Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-13-601, requires the consent of at least one party to legally record an in-person or telephone conversation. It is a misdemeanor to photograph, film, or observe a person without consent where there is a reasonable expectation of privacy; when the photographing, filming, or viewing “would offend or embarrass an ordinary person,” and when the filming is done for sexual purposes. Tenn. Code Ann. §§ 39-13-605, 39-13-607.
Why you May Need an Clay County, TN Bug Sweeps Service
Clay County is a one-party consent state. This is important for hidden cameras and especially for hidden cameras that also record or transmit audio. Other factors include whether the hidden camera is placed in a location where the individual has a reasonable expectation of privacy such as a bedroom or a bathroom or record conversations that the installer of the device or not party to.
As regards the use of GPS trackers, trespassing to place a GPS device on a vehicle or placing a GPS device on a vehicle when they are not the rightful owner of the vehicle, may constitute a violation of the law. Ham Investigations offers our customers the following types of Bug Sweeps:
Clay County, TN Residential Bug Sweep Service – We locate all types of hidden cameras, listening devices, electronic transmitters, electronic audio storage, Wi-Fi connected devices within your home. Let us assist you in protecting you and your family’s privacy and give you back your peace of mind.
Clay County, TN Business Bug Sweep Service – Our technicians can identify and locate all types of hidden bugging and monitoring devices whether they are turned on or off. From Executive offices to conference rooms and open bay spaces along with changing rooms and restrooms. Let us help you protect your employees and customers.
Clay County, TN Telephone and Wiretap Bug Sweep Service – The professionals at Ham Investigations are able to identify phone devices that have been compromised and are being monitored surreptitiously. Whether the phones are standard desktop phones, VoIP or PoE, we can discover if these devices are safe to talk around. In addition, our team can also check Fax/Copiers along with all the connected wiring associated with these devices.
Clay County, TN GPS Bug Sweep Service – Whether a GPS tracker has been placed on your personal effects, your vehicle, aircraft or watercraft, our technicians can locate these devices and assist you in discovering who placed them.
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Common Reasons Clay County ,TN Residents and Businesses are being spied upon
- Being involved in a contentious divorce;
- Being involved in a child custody fight;
- Being involved in a civil lawsuit such as personal injury or workers’ compensation;
- Owning a business and competitors want to learn your trade secrets (and, no, you don’t need to own a million- or billion-dollar business for this to happen to you);
- Owning a business and you have a current or former employee who are being paid to spy on you (corporate espionage) or who want to try to get you into legal trouble;
- Currently or formerly being involved in a relationship with someone who was jealous, possessive, or abusive.
Evidence of Possible Bug Installations in your Home or Office
- Unexpected dust or ceiling debris on the floor, a desk, or the surface of other furniture;
- New decorative items in the room you know you didn’t put in the room, such as a vase or even a new piece of art on the wall;
- Wall plates and outlet covers that were once straight are now crooked;
- You turn out the lights and see a small red light;
- You see new scratches on your wall, ceiling, or furniture
- Someone always shows up where you’re at although you never told them where you were going.
Who needs a Clay County ,TN Bug Sweeps Service
You do. If you think that someone is or has been spying on you, don’t tell anyone. Try to stick to your normal routine. Ham Investigations utilizes state of the art equipment to locate all types of bugging devices. If you have located a device you suspect is a bug, DO NOT REMOVE IT! Get to a safe location and call Ham Investigations immediately at
DO NOT CALL FROM THE AREA THAT MAY BE BUGGED!
Our Technicians are trained in the proper ways to document and collect these devices in a forensic manner and assist our clients as they interact with law enforcement. Allow Ham Investigations to help you regain your security and peace of mind so you can have more time to enjoy some of the following things that Clay County has to offer.
Top places everyone should visit in Clay County, TN:
Standing Stone State Park –Named for an eight-foot-tall rock that once served as a boundary line between separate Indian nations, this 1,042-acre park within a large state forest combines outstanding scenery and recreational opportunities. Boating and fishing are popular at the 69-acre Kelly Lake, and 15 miles of hiking trail meander through the hills and hollows. The park offers 23 cabins, 36-campsites and two group lodges. Standing Stone is the site of the National Rolley Hole Marbles Championship and Marbles Festival held each September.
Cummins Falls State Park –Cummins Falls State Park is a 211-acre day-use park located nine miles north of Cookeville. While very beautiful, this is a rugged area and there are inherent hazards. The gorge and waterfall are not easily accessed and can only be reached by foot. Trail routes are steep with uneven terrain. Natural trail surfaces are varied and include water crossings, boulders and other obstacles. These are not improved trails. Swimming and wading are at your own risk. Please read all safety Information on the website prior to visiting the park. The main parking area, restrooms, trailheads and a designated picnic area are located above the falls. Gorge Access Permits are required to access the gorge or the base of the falls and can be purchased online only on the Cummins Falls page of the Tennessee State Parks website. While gorge access is limited to 100 people per day, access to the overlook and other hiking trails above the gorge will not require a permit. All permit users will be required to watch a safety video before accessing the gorge. Access to the gorge and base of the waterfall is only allowed during fair weather conditions and is subject to change when rain appears anywhere in the watershed.
Bledsoe Creek State Park –This 169-acre park is situated on the Bledsoe Creek embayment of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Old Hickory Reservoir near the old 1780s settlement of Cairo in Sumner County. The park provides campsites with tables, grills and electrical hook-ups. Restrooms with showers are conveniently located. Old Hickory Lake provides boating and fishing. The park has two boat-launching ramps (one public), and six miles of hiking trails.
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