Question by  fidgetfax (41)

How do I become a private investigator?

I want to be a private investigator.


Answer by  realtor57 (118)

In order to be a private investigator, one must be licensed in the state they are practicing in. This training can be accomplished with an online course or college. Even though you will rarely work with government agencies, an interest in law enforcement helps.


Answer by  sar (227)

Almost all states require private investigators to have a license. Only Alabama, Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Mississippi, Missouri, and South Dakota have no license requirements. The rest of the states have varying requirements, such as having a certain amount of education, passing a state-issued exam, or obtaining certain certificates.


Answer by  Bayarts (470)

The best way to become a private investigator is to request an internship with someone who already holds this position.


Answer by  pansy (421)

to become a private investigator you first need to have some prior knowledge of this career anyone whos been in love would know how to private investigate you just have to work on not spilling the beans.

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