An applicant for the Class "C" Private Investigator License must have
TWO YEARS OF LAWFULLY GAINED, VERIFIABLE, FULL-TIME EXPERIENCE
in order to qualify for the license. This experience can be acquired through
a combination of actual investigative experience, college course work in a
related field, or internship in accordance with the following three categories
set forth in the statute:
(a) Private investigative work or related fields of work that provided equivalent experience or training.
(b) College course work related to criminal justice, criminology, or law enforcement administration,
or successful completion of any law enforcement-related training received from any federal, state,
county, or municipal agency, except that no more than 1 year may be used from this category.
(c) Work as a Class “CC” licensed intern. This internship is done at a licensed private investigative agency.
Another 'secret' for you, from a 20-year investigations-teacher:
Multiple-choice is a good way to test somebody,
but it is the very very very WORST way to study!
Never study with 'multiple-choice'--
it is ineffective and requires mostly unneeded words.
Don't worry-- we know the best way.
NOTHING beats question with answer, question with answer, and so on.