Which of the following statements generally describe
between a loose surveillance and a close surveillance?
During a close surveillance, the surveillant-to-subject distance is
During a loose surveillance, the subject is kept under constant
A close surveillance is used during a fixed surveillance; a loose
surveillance is used during a mobile surveillance.
Only during a loose surveillance is the surveillance stopped if the
subject becomes suspicious.
Which of the following will determine the distance you set between you and
the subject in a foot surveillance?
Your personal desires.
Crowds and street conditions.
Prevailing weather conditions.
Evasive actions of the subject.
I, II, III, IV.
II, III, IV.
I, II, III.
I, II, IV.
During the course of a close surveillance you find yourself face to face
with the subject. What should you do?
Quickly duck or turn away before he can get a good look at you.
Meet his stare with yours, being as indifferent as possible.
Display a look of indignant innocence.
Look slightly away from him.
What should you do if, while riding in an elevator with a surveillance
subject, he looks directly at you?
Disregard his looking at you and continue the surveillance.
Get off at the first opportunity and discontinue the surveillance.
Remain in the elevator when the subject gets off.
Return to the first floor and wait for the subject to return so that
you can continue the surveillance.
What should you do about separation when following a subject on foot?
Always remain, as much as possible, directly behind the subject.
Use both sides of the street.
Walk as close to the curb as possible.
Remain out of the subject's view as much as possible by slyly moving
"from doorway to doorway."