Become a Private Investigator
Get Paid to Investigate
Imagine having an
exciting and challenging career that gives you the opportunity
to help people by solving important cases. Welcome to the world of the private investigator.
like private investigators on TV or in the movies, your career as a private
investigator might involve:
long as you have the desire, you can become a private investigator.
No special education or experience is necessary to get started in this
career. In most states and provinces, all you need to be licensed as a
private investigator is to be 18 years of age, of sound mind and with a
clean criminal record. (In some states you may also need to pass a course
adoptees and birthparents
evidence to keep an innocent person out of jail
many other rewarding cases
help you break in and succeed in this challenging and exciting career,
FabJob Guide to Become a Private
Investigator offers information and advice
from 10 successful private investigators including:
director of the
National Association of Investigative Specialists
investigator chosen the
#1 private investigator in the U.S. by PI Magazine
chairman of a state private investigations board
P.I. who was the youngest licensed private investigator in a major city
guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to become
a private investigator, including:
about different types of investigations
for private investigators and how to develop them
to find a private investigator training program (including a free
training program you can do at home)
to quickly get investigation experience
for private investigators (links to sites with state-by-state information)
Up Your Own Agency
to find job openings for private investigators
to find contact information for potential employers
a job through word of mouth
best things to include in your resume and cover letter
employers are looking for in an interview
Information to Achieve Success
to set up an agency (including where to get free advice and assistance)
a great name for your agency
you will need in your office, in your vehicle, and on assignment (and where
to get it)
your profits by knowing what fees to charge
and detailed advice on marketing your agency
to get clients including:
You can have all this information
for an incredible price. People pay hundreds of dollars for private
investigator courses. This guide includes some of the best career
advice you might get from other sources.
cities for private investigators
to promote yourself as an expert
top 7 future trends for private investigators
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"My mind works like an investigator's mind ... otherwise it would be a really good criminal mind."
Gary Definis, Philadelphia Surveillance Company, was the youngest licensed
private investigator in a major U.S. city and is one of the experts
who shares career advice in this FabJob guide