Online Group Formed to Discuss Private Investigator Licensing

By Emily Palm, Denver Private Investigator blogger

A Colorado private investigator recently formed an online Yahoo group to discuss the contentious issue of licensing requirements for Colorado private investigators.

Colorado is one of only six states in the U.S. that do not require licensing for private investigators.  Formation of the discussion group was prompted by news reports of a man using a false identity who claimed he was a private investigator in Colorado.

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3 thoughts on “Online Group Formed to Discuss Private Investigator Licensing

  1. I am a retired Police Detective [ Aurora], a curretn Bail Bondsman and occasional Private Investigator. THis LaSalle Officer MUST be sued for abuse, and this case cannot stand. I have left an email for his attorney [ Stitt’s] volunteering to testify or advise. It is a clear abuse of Police power, does not fit the statute. BUt Weld county has done this type of thing before. There needs to be concerted action. Even if I was an active Officer I would feel the same way.

  2. Ms. Palm –

    If you’d like to know more about the online group formed to discuss investigator licensing, you might want to speak with me, the group owner/moderator.

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