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ICS of Colorado is an independently owned and operated licensee of ICS World, L.L.C., providing private investigations in Denver and the entire state of Colorado. If you need a private investigator to assist you with a discreet, confidential private investigation please fill out a Private Investigator Free Consultation. Our private investigators are committed to providing affordable, reliable service in Denver and report their results in a timely, accountable manner. Contact us today to begin your case.


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Denver-Aurora Service Area

ICS of Colorado provides affordable and discreet private investigations across Colorado, and is the premier private investigation agency for Denver and Aurora.  ICS of Colorado, ICS’s locally based office, employs experienced Colorado private investigators to quickly meet your investigative needs anywhere within the state.  ICS conducts affordable private investigations in Colorado by using trusted investigative techniques and cutting edge technology.  ICS employs private investigators and sub-contractors around the world, which gives us the ability to provide professional and confidential investigations around the world.  Central Colorado is only one area that our private investigators can serve; we also conduct private investigations in Colorado Springs, Lakewood, Boulder, Greeley, Thornton, Ft. Collins, Grand Junction, Pueblo, Aspen, Vail, Keystone, and Breckenridge.  Contact ICS of Colorado today at (303) 797-6789, or contact ICS’s Toll Free 24 hour line at (888) 223-6494.


Private Investigation Services

Denver Private Investigator

ICS accepts most case types and conducts investigations throughout the state and world.  ICS of Colorado services Denver, Aurora, and every metropolitan region and ski town.  Maintaining private investigators and sub-contractors throughout the world allows ICS to initiate investigations quickly and keep costs low for all clients, whether you live in Colorado, or live elsewhere and need a Colorado private investigation.  ICS will keep your investigation affordable, confidential, and efficient.  Turn to ICS to find an experienced Colorado private investigator you can trust when you need to catch a cheating spouse or partner, locate a missing or lost person, find a birthparent, or collect evidence for a child custody, visitation, or support trial.  Contact the professionals at ICS of Colorado and find the answers you need.  Hiring a private investigator can be invaluable during almost any legal proceeding because PIs can obtain information that civilians cannot, and evidence collected by ICS is available for use in court.  Our private investigators are available 24 hours a day, and accept cases of all sizes throughout the state.

In addition to the investigations we offer, ICS also provides a variety of services, including background checks, finger printing, pre-employment screening, and computer and cellular forensics.  This is only a brief list of our most common case types and services; if you do not see your case type or service listed here, please visit our Investigations We Solve or Services we Offer pages for a more comprehensive listing.  Begin your investigation with a free consultation today by calling ICS of Colorado directly at (303) 797-6789, submit the online free consultation form, or call our Toll Free, 24-hour line at (888) 223-6494.


ICS-Who We Are

ICS is an international private investigation agency that employs licensees and subcontractors in every region of the world.  ICS maintains offices throughout the country and works closely with subcontractors worldwide, which allows us to provide localized service to more areas of the world.  This dedication to superior local service with strong international experience is a part of the ICS Mission Statement, and helps us provide the best possible service to all our clients.


ICS of Colorado

ICS of Colorado is owned and operated by Grant Linhart, based out of Denver.  Mr. Linhart is an experienced private investigator, and he holds a private investigator license in Colorado and California.  Prior to opening ICS of Colorado, Mr. Linhart was a California Peace Officer, and held several positions within his local California police department.  Mr. Linhart is personally involved with all investigations conducted by ICS of Colorado, so you can feel confident that an experienced professional will handle your case.  

A private investigator in Denver must have a private investigator's Colorado state license to operate in the state of Colorado. ICS only works with professional private investigators in Denver that have a proven record of professionalism and accountability. Many Denver private investigators come from a law enforcement or military background and some have a degree in Criminal Justice or other security and investigation work.

In the State of Colorado, it is against the law to provide the services of a private investigator without a Colorado Private Investigator License. You can rest assured that any Denver private investigator assigned to your case with ICS is a licensed, and authorized sub-contractor with a proven record of professionalism and accountability, and abides by Colorado State Laws.


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Local Associations and Important Resources for Denver

Official Website of the City of Denver

Website: http://www.denvergov.org/

Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado

Website: http://ppiac.org/

The State of Colorado Official Website

Website: http://www.colorado.gov/

Colorado Department of Public Safety

Website: http://cdpsweb.state.co.us/

Colorado General Assembly

Website: http://www.leg.state.co.us/

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Jurisdictional, Licensing, and Regulation Concerns

Colorado

A state license is MANDATORY for Private Investigators in Colorado. Requirements include an exam, fingerprinting and background check, as well as a $10,000 surety bond.
Reference Website: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dora/Private_Investigator

Contact Information:
Website: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dora/Private_Investigator
Email: dora_privateinvestigators@state.co.us
Office of Private Investigator Licensure, 1560 Broadway, Suite 1350, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80202
Phone: 303-894-7800
Fax: 303-894-2310

Associations:
Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado

Citation Statute:
The registration and regulation of Private Investigators is found in Title 12 ("Professions and

Occupations"), Article 58.5 ("Private Investigators") of the Colorado Revised Statutes. These rules are

promulgated pursuant to C.R.S. §§ 12-58.5-106(1)(b)(II), 107, 108(2)(a), and 109(2).

Website: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-K5DhxXxJZbaDdZUzkwOFVVR0U/view?pref=2&pli=1

Qualifications Requirement:
Directly from Colorado's DEPARTMENT OF REGULATORY AGENCIES, Division of Professions and Occupations, Office of Private Investigator Licensing, PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR LICENSURE RULES AND REGULATIONS:

"An applicant for a Level I Private Investigator License shall meet the following requirements:

1. Apply in a manner determined by the Director, submitting the appropriate fee

2. Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age;

3. Be lawfully present in the United States;

4. Take and pass a jurisprudence examination developed and approved by the

determined by the Director;

5. Undergo a state and national fingerprint-based criminal history record check

6. Attest that the applicant will post and maintain, or be covered by, a surety bond


B. An applicant for a Level II Private Investigator License shall meet the following

requirements:

1. Apply in a manner determined by the Director, submitting the appropriate fee

determined by the Director;

2. Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age;

3. Be lawfully present in the United States;

4. Take and pass a jurisprudence examination developed and approved by the

Director to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the laws and rules

affecting the ethics and activities of private investigators;

5. Undergo a state and national fingerprint-based criminal history record check

utilizing records of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the Federal Bureau

of Investigation. The applicant, at his or her own expense, shall have his or her

fingerprints taken by a local law enforcement agency for submission to the

Colorado Bureau of Investigation;

6. Attest that the applicant will post and maintain, or be covered by, a surety bond

as described in Rule 4; and

7. Attest, in a manner approved by the Director, of at least 4,000 hours of applicable

experience in any of the following:


a. As a private investigator or private detective.

b. Conducting investigations with a local, state, or federal law enforcement

agency.

c. Any degree conferred by a college or university counts for experience in

the following manner:

i. A two-year degree will satisfy 1,000 hours of the 4,000 hour

ii. A baccalaureate degree will satisfy 2,000 hours of the 4,000 hour

iii. A master’s or juris doctorate degree will satisfy 3,000 hours of

d. Pursuant to C.R.S. § 24-34-102(8.5), investigative experience gained in

military education, training, or service.

e. Upon selection for a compliance audit with this Rule 3, it is the

applicant's responsibility to provide timely and complete evidence for the

Director's review and consideration. The applicant must submit

documentation supporting the assertion that the applicant meets the

applicable licensing requirements attested to within 30 days of

notice. Failure to do so is grounds for discipline.

experience requirement.

experience requirement.

the 4,000 hour experience requirement.


All Level I and Level II Private Investigators may not engage in private investigation

activities unless the licensee posts and maintains, or is covered by, a surety bond in the

amount of at least ten thousand dollars ($10,000)."

Testing: Take and pass a jurisprudence examination developed and approved by the Director to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the affecting the ethics and activities of private investigators.

Fees: Surety Bond: $10,000
$330 license application fee

Renewal Information: Directly from Colorado's DEPARTMENT OF REGULATORY AGENCIES, Division of Professions and Occupations, Office of Private Investigator Licensing, PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR LICENSURE RULES AND REGULATIONS:

"A. Renewal: Licensees shall renew their license as determined by the Director.

1. A licensee shall have a sixty (60) day grace period after license expiration to
renew such license without the imposition of a disciplinary sanction for practicing
on an expired license. During this grace period, a delinquency fee shall be charged for late renewal.

2. A licensee or registrant who does not renew such license or registration within
renew such license without the imposition of a disciplinary sanction for practicing
on an expired license. During this grace period, a delinquency fee shall be
charged for late renewal.the sixty (60) day grace period shall be deemed as having an expired license and shall be ineligible to practice until such license is reinstated. If the licensee practices with an expired license, the Director may impose discipline.

B. A Private Investigator applying for reinstatement of an expired license shall complete a reinstatement application and pay a reinstatement fee in the manner approved by the Director.

C. If the license has been expired for more than two (2) years from the date of receipt of the reinstatement application, an applicant shall:

1. Establish competency to practice as follows:

i. Verification of license in good standing from another state along with
proof of active practice in that state for the year receipt of the reinstatement application;

ii. Retaking and achieving a passing score on the Private Investigator jurisprudence examination; or

iii. By any other means approved by the Director.

2. Undergo a state and national fingerprint-based criminal history record check utilizing records of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The applicant, at his or her own expense, shall have his or her fingerprints taken by a local law enforcement agency for submission to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

D. An applicant for reinstatement who has actively practiced in Colorado with an expired license in violation of C.R.S. § 12-58.5-104(1)(a) and C.R.S. § 12-58.5-104(1)(b) is subject to denial of application, disciplinary with C.R.S. § 24-34-102 et seq.

Forms: Exam, fingerprinting and background check, surety bond. reinstate expired license.
https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dora/Private_Investigator_Applications
303-894-7800

Advertising Restrictions: According to Colorado's DEPARTMENT OF REGULATORY AGENCIES, Division of Professions and Occupations, Office of Private Investigator Licensing, PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR LICENSURE RULES AND REGULATIONS, Section E. Advertising:

"1. No licensee shall publish or cause to be published any advertisement, letterhead,

2. Any vehicle used by the licensee that is marked in any manner by the use of

3. A licensee shall not falsify or permit misrepresentation of his or her academic or

4. In the course of business as a private investigator, a licensee shall not wear, use,

circular, statement, or phrase of any sort which suggests that the licensee is an

official law enforcement or investigative agency.

painted signs, decals, or other means shall not be of a design so similar to those

of local, state, federal, or military authorities as to create confusion.

professional qualifications. He or she shall not misrepresent or exaggerate his or

her degree of responsibility in or for the subject matter of prior assignments.

or display a badge, shield, or star that substantially resembles a badge, shield, or

star used by a local, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

5. A licensee must not use false, misleading, or deceptive advertising."



Colorado Private Investigator Licensing

ALERT!!! A state license is MANDATORY for Private Investigators in Colorado.

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