Your Complete Guide To Obtaining A Private Investigative Agency License
And Setting Up Or Expanding Your PI Business.

By Jody Ball With Ralph Thomas

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Your Complete Guide To Obtaining A Private Investigative Agency License
And Setting Up Or Expanding Your PI Business.
By Jody Ball With Ralph Thomas

Going way beyond a mere list of state licensing authorities, this guide shows you in step by step detail how to obtain your state private investigative license in all fifty states and set up your private investigative practice to start taking private investigative assignments. Also included is information on related licensing in all states such as bail bond licensing requirements and insurance adjuster's licensing. You'll also find extremely useful and valuable information on what types of investigative services to offer and obtain information on other laws that pertain to private investigation.


Contacts In All Fifty States On Obtaining Your Private Investigative License
For each listing, a brief description is given on what requirements are needed to obtain a private investigative agency license and the different licenses involved. Web sites of this information in states that have them are also given. Also covered are state licensing for:

Security Agency Licensing Requirements
Insurance Adjuster License Requirements
Bail Bond Licensing Requirements

Handgun Laws and Permits For Carrying A Concealed Weapon
Descriptions of handgun laws for each state are provided along with information on concealed weapons permits.

State Private Investigative Associations In All 50 states.
Almost every state has a state private investigative association which can be of extreme value to your private investigative profession. You'll find listings for each state along with web site addresses for those that have a web site.

Badge Laws And Permits To Carry Them In Individual States
Some states permit private investigators to carry badges, some have various restrictions and some states do not allow the carrying of a badge at all. You'll know if you can or can not and what restrictions apply.

Expert Information On How To Set Up Your PI Practice As A Business Organization
Setting up your private investigative business in the proper business form is very important. This section covers the options available to you in the form of sole propitiator, limited partnership, partnership, professional organization, limited liability company and corporation.

Top Areas Of Private Investigative Specialization
This section gives you expert insight on what areas of private investigation to specialize in and what types of private investigative services to offer.

Other Laws Relating To Private Investigation
This section deals with other laws concerning private investigation.

How To Develop Your Expertise
This section is extremely valuable in how to develop your areas of expertise as it concerns specializations within the field and how to develop yourself as an expert in various specializations.

If you are considering starting a private investigative agency in the United States or already have an agency going and need comprehensive resources on expanding your practice, this book is your complete start-up and expands resource. 8 1/2 X 11, 220 pages. $65.00


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