Process Servers Association of Colorado to discuss legislature petition at stakeholder meeting this Friday

Posted May 26, 2015 by privateinvestigatorblogger
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By Susanna Speier
The Denver Private Investigator Blogger

DENVER – The Serve Now offices, located at, 3120 Blake Street in Denver, will host a Process Servers Association of Colorado (PSACO) stakeholder meeting on May 30th between 10:00 and 11:30 a.m.

The meeting’s purpose is to discuss the organization’s plan to “petition the Colorado Legislature for the Registration of Process Servers exemption to trespass and obstruction of service.”

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Colorado Private Investigator Licenses Headed Toward 300

Posted May 19, 2015 by privateinvestigatorblogger
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DENVER – Colorado private investigators came out of the woodwork during April and the first half of May to obtain state-issued licenses, but the licensing program still faces an uncertain future because of lower-than-projected sign-ups.

As of May 18, 286 licenses have been issued to private investigators, according to figures compiled by state regulators. Of those, 225 were for senior investigators and 66 for those with less experience than the required 4,000 hours to qualify for experienced status. — More—

Colorado PIs Offered Guidance on the Surety Bonds for New Licenses

Posted April 20, 2015 by privateinvestigatorblogger
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By Susanna Speier

Denver Private Investigator Blogger

Denver – Colorado private investigators working their way through the procedures for obtaining the state’s new licenses and wondering about the legal significance of the requirement for a surety bond have new guidance.

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Workshop set to Help Investigators Build Their Businesses

Posted April 9, 2015 by privateinvestigatorblogger
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By Susanna Speier

Denver Private Investigator Blogger

DENVER – Want to take your PI practice to the next level but need some guidance and perhaps a little nudge?

On Saturday, April 25th the Professional Private Investigator Association of Colorado –-the state’s largest association of investigators– is offering a full-day workshop on exactly that topic called “The Basics of Building your PI Business.”

According to their blurb on the PPIAC site, the workshop “is specifically designed for newcomers to the private investigation industry.”

Although we could not track anyone down for comment, the EVCO Investigations website provided a blurb posted by John L. Morris listing with topics to be covered that included: — More—

First Month of Applications Nets Not Even 100 Colorado Private Investigators

Posted April 5, 2015 by privateinvestigatorblogger
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By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger

DENVER – The pace at which Colorado private investigators sign up for licenses under the state’s new mandatory licensing program will have to triple during the final month of the recommended applications period in order to make the program financially viable, according to figures released to the Denver Private Investigator Blog.

During the first month of the applications period, 78 licenses were issued, according to the Department of Regulatory Agencies Private Investigator and Electrical and Plumbing boards licensing Program Director, Mark Browne. Five applications are “incomplete,” six are “pending” and four have either been — More—

It’s Official: Colorado Private Investigators Can Now Apply for Licenses to Get Legal

Posted March 6, 2015 by privateinvestigatorblogger
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The test. The prints. The background check. The application. Colorado private investigators who want to stay in business now have 60 days to get square with state regulators.

Have your credit-cards ready.

The applications were available online as of March 2. Click “professionals” in the left- hand column and you’ll be taken to a page offering links to an application login, checklist, fingerprinting information and the jurisprudence exam.

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Start Your Test-Prep Engines: Colorado PI Group Sets Licensing Test Seminar

Posted February 25, 2015 by privateinvestigatorblogger
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Start Your Test-Prep Engines: Colorado PI Group Sets Licensing Test Seminar

By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger

GREENWOOD VILLAGE – Two days after the new Colorado licensing rules for private investigators officially go into effect, the state’s largest private investigator’s group is set to host a free one- hour licensing preparation seminar that’s open to both members and non-members.

The session hosted by the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado (PPIAC) is set to be held during the group’s next monthly meeting,

4:30 pm at CB & Potts, 6575 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard in Greenwood Village.

The seminar is designed to help private investigators pass the “jurisprudence exam” they’ll have to take sometime during the next two months in order to obtain a license by June 1. The mandatory licensing program is new. It was created by the 2014 legislature.

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