Recording Harassment

At work, at school, on the street:


Step 1: Understand The Types of Harassment

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Sexual harassment may be inadvertent or intentional, obvious or subtle, and is almost always against the law.

Quid Pro Quo

"Quid pro quo" is Latin for "something for something." It is a trade. When the trade is an exchange involving race, sex, gender identity and expression, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran status, disability or genetic information, it is considered harassment, and is unlawful in the workplace. QPQ harassment is often, but not always, sexual in nature.

Hostile Environment

A hostile work or learning environment is one in which an employer, employee, student, visitor, or contractor, does or says something discriminatory that unreasonably interferes with an individual's work or educational experience or creates an intimidating or offensive environment based on that individual's race/ethnicity, color, sex, gender identity and expression, genetic information, religion, creed, national origin, age, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran status or disability.

Step 2: Get Proof

Record the Harassment

Obtaining proof of harassment is the key to stopping it. Using a voice recorder and/or hidden camera is, by far, the most popular method of obtaining proof of harassment. Many models offer time & date stamping, which often helps in court.

Secret Voice Recorders are easy to use, affordable, and record clear voice from up to 40 feet away:

Hidden Spy Cameras can provide the proof needed for certain types of harassment, but they don't record audio:

  • Keychain Spy Camera - Looks like a car remote, but records HD video to a MicroSD card
  • Hidden Nanny Cameras - Cameras are hidden inside everyday objects that look perfectly at home in certain settings
  • Portable Spy Cameras - Battery powered, easily concealed, fully portable

Step 3: Consult an Attorney or LEO

Consult an Attorney or Law Enforcement Officer

Now that you have your proof, it's time to speak with an attorney or your local law enforcement.

Since state laws vary, attorneys and law enforcement officers can typically help you determine your best course of action to protect yourself moving forward.

Tools to Record Harassment

Covert Voice Recorders

Starting at $69

Phone Data Recovery

Starting at $59

Hidden Cameras

Starting at $49

Portable Spy Cameras

Starting at $29

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