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Are private investigators police?
This is the most common question we get from the public regarding private investigators.
The answer is "No, private investigators are not law enforcement officials."
In most states, private investigators have the same ability to make an arrest as do private individuals, often referred to as a citizen's arrest.
As the name implies, private investigators are working for a private individual or company. They are employed for a specific investigation, and are focused on their client's needs.
Private investigators often do participate in conducting investigations that are criminal in nature and as a result of their work, arrests may be made by law enforcement.
Fundamentals of Private Investigation Course
This course is intended for individuals wanting to learn more about private investigations, paralegals, and a refresher course for private investigators. Course topics include: history of private investigations, background investigations of millennial generation, interview techniques, the investigative process, skip tracing, surveillance techniques, intro to photo geo location, business operations, and other topics.
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Why a Private Investigator?
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Businesses, lawyers, and private individuals employ private investigators to protect them, their property and their clients.
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