If you are interested in becoming a Private Investigator, it’s important to check with your state’s licensing authority to find out what is required to work as an investigator in your state. Below we have compiled a state directory detailing Private Investigator licensing requirements by state:
All States with a maroon asterisk next to their name indicate those states in which NITA offers online pre-licensing and continuing education courses.
All other states will direct to their Private Investigative Governing Agency’s website.
A flexible, rewarding, empowering career path to become a licensed private investigator or security professional is yours for the taking.