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How Florida Private Investigators Get Licensed

If you need somebody to investigate something for you, it can be comforting to know everything that Florida private investigators go through to get licensed to do the job. There is an extremely detailed process that a prospective Florida private investigator has to go through to be legally allowed to do many of the tasks that PIs are required to do. It is not an easy process, nor does everybody who tries actually succeed; you can be sure that the ones who did pass have demonstrated their ability to do the job.

Basic Training for Florida Private Investigators

There is a lot that goes into just starting a quest to get your license. Florida private investigators often have to start by getting a Class CC Private Investigator Intern license before they can even consider a regular one. The reason for this is that a Class C Private Investigatorís License requires at least two years of experience and 40 hours of professional training.

In many cases, potential PIs donít just take the 40 hours minimum. Many of them go for a college degree in Criminal Justice or Homeland Security. Itís even possible in a lot of schools to get a Bachelor of Business Administration in Legal Studies and have that count to satisfy the training requirement. If they didnít complete a two-year degree, one year of coursework in law enforcement, criminology, or criminal justice can substitute for a year of the experience requirement.

Many investigators also make the effort to get a Class G statewide firearm concealed carry license, so that theyíll be able to have a firearm on them while they work. In Florida, this requires 28 hours of range and classroom training given by a Florida Class K licensed firearms instructor.

After they have taken the training, they can apply for an Internís license and start working under the patronage of a currently licensed investigator to fulfill the experience requirements.

Passing the Test

Once the training is complete, itís time for the hopeful PI to take the test. It requires $100 to take the exam, which can be done at a number of regional offices around the state, including in Tallahassee, Tampa, Jacksonville, and Orlando. Private Investigator tests usually take about two hours, and the results will be mailed to the applicant within two to four weeks.

At this point, a person can finally apply for the Class C license to be a private investigator. Florida will run a background check based on fingerprints you send in with your application, and get back to you with the license if you clear.

Obviously, a lot goes into becoming a PI, which is why you know you can trust the people at Integrity Assessment Private Investigators to be your professional Florida private investigators.

 
Integrity Assessment Private Investigative Agency
PO Box 955, Eustis, Florida 32727
Office Phone: 352-357-4700
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Agency License A 1300195

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