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If you need a Florida private investigator, the professionals at ICS are ready to work for you to help you with a discreet and confidential private investigation. ICS and its diverse talent solution have been helping people in Florida just like you get results since 1967.


Private Investigator in Coral Springs

ICS provides a full range of investigations services for the City of Coral Springs and all surrounding metropolitan areas. Submit a free online private investigation consultation form, or call our toll free number to speak to a private investigator at (888) 223-6494.

A private investigator in Coral Springs must apply to the Florida Division of Licensing and pass licensing requirements, including a thorough background check. While many Jacksonville private investigators come from a law enforcement or military background, it is not a requirement for employment as a private investigator. Often times a degree in Criminal Justice or other security and investigation work can be just as important to prospective employers.

You can rest assured that any Coral Springs Private Investigator assigned to your case with ICS are fully licensed and insured in accordance with Coral Springs laws and participates in any required continuing education.

Local Coral Springs Private Investigator

The State of Florida has a population of just over 19 million people, and its crime rates are unsurprisingly higher than the national medians. Last year, 769,399 index crimes were reported, which includes violent and property crimes. In context, this calculates to 40.37 index crimes reported per 1,000 residents, compared to the national median of 33.0. Of those crimes, 5.15 were violent and 35.22 were property crimes, compared to 3.9 and 29.1 nationally, respectively. In Coral Springs, the population exceeded 123,000 last year, but the crime index rated the city as safer than 31% of cities in the United States. Of the 27.22 annual crimes reported, only 1.95 were violent crimes, while 25.26 were property crimes. With such a substantial population, it follows that crime would be higher, and local law enforcement agencies would be stretched to their limits in terms of resources and manpower. As a result, it is even more important that you consider hiring a private investigator through ICS to ensure that a highly skilled professional is dedicated the necessary time to your case.

How to become a Private Investigator in Coral Springs

  1. Must be at least 18 years of age
  2. Must be a citizen or legal resident alien of the United States, or granted authority to work in this country by DHS
  3. Pass a thorough criminal background check and be free of felony convictions
  4. “C” License for Private Investigator
    • Two (2) years of lawfully gained, verifiable, full-time experience as either a private investigator, in related college coursework, or as a Class CC licensed intern
    • Pass a written examination
  5. “CC” License for Private Investigator Intern
    • Proof of completion of a minimum 40 hours of professional training
    • Must be sponsored by a Class C, M, or MA licensee
  6. “M” or “MA” License for Manager of Private Investigative Agency
  7. “A” License for Agency
  8. “AA” License for Agency Branch Office

Coral Springs Private Investigator Restrictions

In order to conduct private investigations in Coral Springs, all private investigators must comply with local and federal laws.

  • Impersonate Law Enforcement - Private Investigators in Coral Springs cannot carry a badge, wear a uniform or say anything that might imply that the private investigator is a police officer or federal agent.
  • Make an Arrest - Private Investigators in Coral Springs cannot legally make an arrest. If there is evidence that suggests an arrest should be made the investigator should contact law enforcement.
  • Wiretapping - Wiretapping is illegal without a proper warrant. Private Investigators cannot tap a phone.
  • Trespassing - Private Investigators cannot break and enter onto private property.

Coral Springs Adultery Investigation

Do you believe your spouse is committing adultery when your not around? Does your spouse travel to Coral Springs and you believe he or she is committing adultery when your not there? Adultery can be devastating to find out, but before making any rash decisions, consult the professionals at ICS for the truth. Since 1967, International Counterintelligence Services has been providing individuals Adultery investigation services in Coral Springs and throughout the world. If you believe your spouse is committing adultery call us and speak with a licensed private investigator. We will take the time to determine the best course of action to finding out what your spouse is doing when your not around. You deserve to have piece of mind and with the help of ICS, you can. Don't waste any more time wondering what's going on behind your back when you could have the truth. Call us today for a free consultation.

Lost Person in Coral Springs

Are you trying to seek out a lost person in Coral Springs? Did you lose touch with a person that you believe to still be in Coral Springs? If you need assistance with a lost person investigation and don't know where to start then contact the private investigators with International Counterintelligence Services. Since 1967 our investigators have been helping individuals like you locate lost people in Coral Springs or anywhere else they may be. Don't continue to wonder what happened to the person you are looking for when you could be doing something about it. Learn more about Lost persons in Coral Springs by calling us and speaking with a private investigator over a free consultation.

Coral Springs Domestic Investigation

Do you need a private investigator for a Coral Springs Domestic Investigation? Domestic investigations can be anything that are domestic in nature. This could be related to divorce, domestic violence, child custody, background checks adultery and more. Often times, having a private investigator get involved with your case will only be able to fortify your side of the story when things go to court. All information obtained by ICS is fully admissible in court. Don't let yourself be unprepared when you have the opportunity to protect yourself. International Counterintelligence Services has been helping individuals with Coral Springs Domestic Investigations since 1967. Learn more about how we can help you with your unique case by calling us and speaking with a licensed private investigator who will discuss the best course of action for you to take.


Local Associations and Important Resources for Coral Springs


Jurisdictional, Licensing, and Regulation Concerns

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Licensing, licenses and regulates the private investigative industry in accordance with Chapter 493, Florida Statutes.
Reference Website: http://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Licensing/Private-Investigation

Contact Information:
Website: http://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Licensing/Private-Investigation
Email: DOLWeb@freshfromflorida.com
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, P.O. Box 5767, Tallahassee, Florida, United States, 32314-5767
Phone: (850) 245-5691
Fax: (850) 245-5655 Fax

Associations:
Florida Association of Licensed Investigators
Florida Association of Private Investigators

Citation Statute:
Florida Statutes Title XXXII. Regulation of Professions and Occupations
Chapter 493. Private Investigative, Private Security, and Repossession Services

Website: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/Statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=Ch0493/titl0493.htm&StatuteYear=2008&Title=-%3E2008-%3EChapter%20493

Qualifications Requirement:
As found on the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services website:

An applicant for the Class "C" Private Investigator License must have TWO YEARS OF LAWFULLY GAINED, VERIFIABLE, FULL-TIME EXPERIENCE in order to qualify for the license. This experience can be acquired through a combination of actual investigative experience, college course work in a related field, or internship in accordance with the following three categories set forth in the statute:
(a) Private investigative work or related fields of work that provided equivalent experience or training.
(b) College course work related to criminal justice, criminology, or law enforcement administration, or successful completion of any law enforcement-related training received from any federal, state, county, or municipal agency, except that no more than 1 year may be used from this category.
(c) Work as a Class “CC” licensed intern. This internship is done at a licensed private investigative agency.
The applicant for the Class “C” license must also pass an examination. This examination will cover those parts of Florida law that deal directly with the business practices of the private investigative industry and the legal responsibilities of the individuals and agencies that work in that industry (sections 493.6100 through 493.6203, and section 493.6301(5), Florida Statutes).

Reciprocity: Florida recognizes and has formal reciprocity agreements with several states, in which a Private Investigator may conduct business so long as: the investigation is initiated in the investigator's home state, the investigator spends no more than 30 days per case conducting an investigation in another state, and the investigator does not solicit business while in another state. The exception to these rules is Tennessee, which only allows for 15 days of out-of-state time for an investigation.

Official reciprocity with California Private Investigator License, Georgia Board of Private Detective and Security Agencies, Louisiana State Board of Private Investigator Examiners, North Carolina Private Protective Services Board, Oklahoma, Tennessee Private Investigator License, Virginia Private Investigator License.

Testing: Florida requires a Private Investigator to pass an examination if applying for a "C" or "M" (or "MA") licenses.

Fees: Application fee: $50
Fingerprint processing: $42
Initial license fee: $75
Total fees: $167

Renewal Information: $75

Forms:
http://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Licensing/Private-Investigation
(850) 245-5691



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