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How to Become an Online Private Investigator

If you have a passion for adventure, solving problems, and investigations then a great job for you is to become an online private investigator .

If you have a passion for adventure, solving problems, and investigations then a great job for you is to become an online private investigator . It might be a great career choice for you. The demand for online private investigators has increased significantly over the past few years, because there are many crimes being committed all around the world. Some professional and Experience private investigators can make over $100,000 to $150,000 per year.

Here are a few tips to help you become an online private investigator .


In this field there are no specific degrees that are required to become an online private investigator . But, any associates degree or a bachelors degree in criminal justice can help you secure interest from online private investigation companies. There are many times where Private Investigation companies offer classes and seminars that cover the required skills and knowledge needed to be hired.


The most part is private investigator field is you required an active license. Every state has their own rule for a license. All states do require you to be 18 years old. You are required to have a proper license in this filed.

What is the process?

You can easily start the process of becoming an Online Private Investigator by visiting various state websites that breakdown the rules and requirements to becoming licensed. There are also online training courses and classes that you can attend and take as credit towards your private investigators license.

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Now you choose what type of investigator you want to become. There are many options like background investigation , locating missing people, assets searching, Forensic Specialists, Fraud Investigations, Computer Forensics Crime and Undercover Investigators. So choose one.

Private Investigating is a fun job. So, if you want to become one, just remember to follow these tips.

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