Three-man Foot Surveillance.
If possible, use two or more vehicles. This increases the odds for success. Teams
of two or more in vehicles also increase coverage and allows more flexibility.
Preparation is a high priority in vehicle surveillance. You must be familiar with
the locale where you will operate.
Studying maps and making a ground
The person in the passenger seat can
navigate for the driver and assist in any way possible.
Having change for toll
roads and bridges will also ensure continuity of the operation.
A vehicle chosen for surveillance should meet the following requirements:
Be mechanically sound.
Suit the locale where used.
Have a police radio.
Have no official markings.
Have a license plate registered in the state where the surveillance is taking
The vehicle should be changed if the surveillance is of long duration.
may be used and can be requested in accordance with AR 195-4.