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Colorado Private Investigator License Renewal Fee Reduced

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Colorado Private Investigator License Renewal Fee   The renewal fee for a Colorado licensed private investigator has been greatly reduced due to the diligent work of the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado (www.pppiac.org). DORA, the regulating agency for Colorado private investigators had announced a renewal fee of $263. PPIAC immediately opened discussions with DORA as there are far more licensed private investigators in Colorado than originally anticipated. Since this is a self funded program, the more investigators in the program, the lower the fees. After numerous discussions with DORA they realized that the fees should be much lower and came out with a NEW renewal fee amount of $63. Those who renewed at the original higher cost,...

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Colorado Private Investigator Licensing

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Colorado Private Investigator Licensing Update   Colorado had been one of only a few states without a mandatory licensing program for private investigators for many years. This meant that anybody and everybody who wanted to hang up a shingle and say they were a private investigator, could do this. Often times this would allow them access to sensitive personal information, including but no limited to a clients credit card information.   This changed on June 1, 2015, when the mandatory private investigator licensing law, was implemented. This was after a time period of over three decades where Colorado had no such law. The last mandatory private investigator licensing law in Colorado was in 1977, when an investigator challenged the law by declaring there...

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Colorado Licensed Private Investigators

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Colorado Private Investigator As of June 1, 2015 all Colorado Private Investigators are required to be licensed, with either a Level 1 (less than 4000 hours of experience) or a Level 2 (more than 4000 hours of experience) license. At Night Moves of Denver, Private Investigations, based in Denver, Colorado, we have Level 2 licensed investigators ready to assist with all of your investigative needs. We are Denver private investigators who are licensed, bonded and insured and experienced in a variety of types of investigations. Call us today at 888-456-4779 or email at Coloradopi@aol.com    

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Thirty plus years as a Colorado Surveillance Investigator

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30 Years of surveillance as a private investigator   Based out of Denver, Colorado, we have been conducting surveillance investigations since 1984. With over three decades of surveillance experience, you might suspect that we have seen a few changes over the years.    With today’s technology, private investigators have access to phones, voice mail, texts and emails, from nearly anyplace the investigation might take them. However this was not always the case.    In the early days of surveillance investigations we were armed with Beaulieu Super 8 movie cameras.  These had approximately 3 minutes of film per roll, which meant that if the investigator was obtaining substantial film, they would continuously have to reload the camera, leaving spots...

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One person surveillance vs. multiple person surveillance

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Proper surveillance techniques When requesting surveillance from a private investigator, it is assumed that the private investigator will see everything that happens, all day, every day at every location. This assumption is just not realistic due to a number of variables.   First off many things happen behind closed doors, in private areas or any number of places where a person has a reasonable expectation of privacy. The law abiding private investigator will respect this. Additionally you might have a subject who resides in an extremely rural area, making it difficult to conduct direct surveillance without standing out. While following a subject several more factors arise such as traffic lights, traffic conditions and the maneuvers made by other drivers on...

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