By the Denver Private Investigator Blog
DENVER – Private investigators in Colorado have not applied as some projected for the new licensing program initiated earlier this year.
As of Nov. 15, the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) had issued 62 private investigators licenses. That puts the program at less than half of what advocates initially expected, according Chris Bray, chairman of the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado (PPIAC), the state’s largest association of Colorado private investigators.
“We had hoped that as many as 250 would ‘license up,’” Bray wrote in a Nov. 28 email to the Denver Private Investigator Blog, a number he says was based on polling and research the association conducted.