Colorado Regulators Release Rules for Private Investigators and Set Hearing

By Susanna Speier

Denver Private Investigator Blogger

DENVER – State officials in charge of reigning in Colorado’s private investigators have released the first draft of their written rules for the industry and have agreed to hear comments on them at a hearing set for 9 am on Monday January 5.

The hearing – to be held in Suite 1250c at 1560 Broadway in Denver – will be the first and likely only opportunity for private investigators to tell the regulators in-person what they think of the rules.

The 15-page rule-book – released last week – was formulated by state regulators to implement the legislation approved earlier this year requiring all private investigators in Colorado to obtain a license from the state by July 1, 2015.

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One thought on “Colorado Regulators Release Rules for Private Investigators and Set Hearing

  1. Many clients do not want written contracts-if wanted one they would request one, this will delay investigations getting started. Government thinks they can solve all problems, they are clueless as to what we do, but so are the private investigators that invited them into our business. Can’t wait for more rules and regulations-and we get to pay for it.

    Rick Johnson
    http://www.denverpi.com

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