Virginia Private Investigator
Virginia Private Investigators are regulated by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services. For additional information about state regulations, procedures, and training requirements, click here.
In Virginia, Private Investigators must be licensed under Private Security Services Code 9.1-138 – 9-1.1-150. To apply, sixty (60) hours of classroom training is required.
Licensed Investigators in Virginia are required to take 8 hours of Continuing Education every two years.
Amazing helpful fast responding staff! Trying to balance during the pandemic was hard but the employees at NITA were so helpful to me every step of the way!K.G.
From day one, NITA made me feel so comfortable doing this online. I would absolutely recommend NITA’s courses to anyone and everyone that is thinking about making a change in their careers.M.T.
Very informative course material, very presentable format, good accessibility, and good "learn at you own pace" model. I would highly recommend NITA to others.B.P.
Very good program. The learning material is great. It's so convenient as you can do it at your own pace. The registration process was quick and easy to navigate.L.G.
The training was very informative. It helped me get my PI CC Intern Certificate without having to travel during these trying Pandemic times. PI face-to-face Training Centers were closed in my area and finding NITA was beyond helpful.P.B