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> back to Archives & Manuscripts > Appraisal Reports Records Appraisal Report: Texas Board of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies Contents of this report Agency Contact | Agency History | Project Review | Record Series Reviews Related Link 1998 Addendum March 26, 1996 Tony Black, Appraisal Archivist Agency Contact: Mr. Roger Darrow Chief, Administrative Division P.O. Box 13509 Austin, TX 78711 (512) 463-5545 Agency History and Structure: In 1969 the Texas Legislature created the Texas Board of Private Detectives, Private Investigators, Private Patrolmen, and Private Guard Watchmen (or Private Guards and Managers), to examine, license, and regulate persons working in the field of private security (Senate Bill 164, 61st Legislature, Regular Session, 1969). A revision of the law in 1971 expanded the board's jurisdiction to include the regulation of burglar alarm companies, courier companies, armored car companies, guard dog comp...

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