- NITA Orientation
- History of Law Enforcement and Private Investigations History
- Surveillance Ethics
- Types of Investigations
- Principal Georgia Misdemeanors and Felonies
- Laws of Arrests
- Search and Seizure
- Crime Scene Investigations
- Process Serving
- Sources of Information
- Videography and Photography Methods
- Case recording and note taking
- Case management and report writing
- Rules of Evidence
- Court room testimony
- Court records research
- Criminal Defense Investigations
- Undercover Investigations
- Domestic Investigations
- Insurance Fraud Investigations
- White Collar Crimes
- Executive Protection Services
- Client Communication
NITA is an approved training provider for the Georgia Private Detective Training Course and holds a CLTR license #001021 from the Georgia Board of Private Detectives and Security Agencies.
To begin your career as a Private Detective in the state of Georgia, you need to complete a state-approved pre-licensing course. NITA is a board-approved training provider (CLTR# 001021). This online 70-hour pre-licensing course meets the training requirements outlined in the Georgia Private Detective and Security Agencies Act, giving you a springboard to launch your investigative career.
This course begins with a look at the history of law enforcement and private investigation in Georgia. The curriculum then reviews the ethical considerations of investigative activities as they relate to the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Gramm-Leach-Billey Act. With that background information covered, course modules cover specific topics that include crime scene investigations, investigative interviewing, videography/photography methods, and effective client communication.
100% online and available on-demand, this pre-licensing training program gives you the ability to learn on your own schedule. Day or night, 24/7, NITA is there for you.
All courses include an end of course examination. Students must pass the exam to receive credit for the training. Certificates will be available online immediately for all students.