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Durham private investigators with ICS are authorized independent contractors and are qualified, licensed professionals ready to assist you with a discreet, confidential private investigation. If you need a private investigation in Durham, please fill out a Private Investigator Free Consultation. Our private investigators are committed to providing affordable, reliable service in your area and report their results in a timely, accountable manner. Contact us today to begin your case.


Durham Private Investigator

A private investigator in Durham must apply to the North Carolina Department of Justice and pass licensing requirements, including a thorough background check. While many Durham 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.

In the State of North Carolina, it is against the law to provide the services of a private investigator without a North Carolina Private Investigator License. You can rest assured that any Durham private investigator assigned to your case with ICS is an authorized sub-contractor fully licensed and insured in accordance with North Carolina State Laws and participates in the required continuing education.

Private Investigator in Durham

ICS provides a full range of investigations for the City of Durham, and has authorized sub-contractors in every major metropolitan region. Whether your case involves fraud, adultery, missing persons, child custody, extramarital affairs or infidelity, asset searches, surveillance, background checks or any of our other services, ICS has the resources and expertise to find the answers you need.

Durham Computer Forensics Private Investigator

Durham Private Investigator

ICS private investigators in Durham are skilled and experienced in providing computer forensics investigations in Durham to scientifically analyze the data held on, or retrieved from computer storage media in such a way that the information can be used as evidence in a North Carolina court of law. Our Durham computer forensics investigators securely collect the suspect data and exam its contents based on the purpose of the investigation. Computer forensics investigators at ICS in Durham provide services such as: data recovery of emails, instant messages, and all types of files, virus and spyware detection and removal, email tracing, pornography detection, computer and network intrusion detection and prevention, internet history evaluation, hidden files detection, and more. Our forensic technicians are knowledgeable and available to provide these services for desktop computers, laptops, network servers, digital cameras, media cards, smart phones including the iPhone, and most other forms of media and data storage. If you need a computer forensics investigator, click now to begin a Computer Forensics Private Investigation.

Technical Surveillance Countermeasures

Technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) eavesdropping detection and bug sweeps are designed to detect any means of eavesdropping or electronic bugs in use at your home, office or vehicle. The TSCM professionals with ICS are highly qualified, certified and accredited. Whether your case involves suspicion of corporate espionage, stalking, intrusion into your private affairs, extortion, identity theft, or any other malicious attempt to harm you through information theft, the TSCM professionals at ICS are ready to assist you with an in-depth, comprehensive survey. A technical surveillance countermeasures sweep with ICS involves both physical and electronic inspection of the area of concern to determine if any means of eavesdropping or information theft are in use, like infrared, laser, audio recording, video recording, phone taps, GPS tracking, hidden cameras, wireless microphones, radio transmitters, cell phone interceptors, and more. If you suspect that one of these devices, or any other means of eavesdropping or information theft, have been used against you, contact ICS today to begin a TSCM eavesdropping detection and bug sweep. A technical surveillance countermeasures eavesdropping detection and bug sweep is a service offered by ICS and is not itself an investigation; ICS will work with a Durham private investigator to report findings and take action in the event of a discovery of illegal surveillance activities.

Durham Background Check

Do you need a background check performed on an individual in the City of Durham? Are you in Durham and need a background check performed elsewhere? ICS can provide this service and many others. Background checks are one of the most well known and useful investigation tools a private investigator can provide. Sometimes a background check is all a client needs and other times it is merely the first step into a more in-depth investigation, providing clues and leads for the investigator and client to pursue. If you need a Durham background check or an investigation involving one, the professionals at ICS are ready to work for you to provide the discreet and confidential service you need. ICS has been helping people in Durham just like you get results since 1967.


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Local Associations and Important Resources for Durham

Official Website of the City of Durham

Website: http://www.ci.durham.nc.us/

The State of North Carolina Official Website

Website: http://www.ncgov.com/

North Carolina Association of Private Investigators

Website: http://www.ncapi.com/

North Carolina General Assembly

Website: http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/

North Carolina Department of Justice

Website: http://http://www.ncdoj.com/

About Durham:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Durham,_North Carolina

Jurisdictional, Licensing, and Regulation Concerns

North Carolina Private Protective Services Board

Must have three years of experience in private investigative work (equivalent of 3,000 hours), or three years in an investigative capacity as a member of a law enforcement agency or other governmental agency.
Reference Website: http://www.ncdoj.com/About-DOJ/Law-Enforcement-Training-and-Standards/Private-Protective-Services.aspx

Contact Information:
Website: http://www.ncdps.gov/About-DPS/Boards-Commissions/Private-Protective-Services-Board
Email: sharrison@ncdoj.gov
Private Protective Services, 4901 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh, North Carolina, United States, 27612
Phone: (919) 788-5320

Associations:
North Carolina Association of Private Investigators

Citation Statute:
North Carolina General Statutes
Chapter 74C: Private Protective Services

North Carolina Administrative Code
Title 12: Justice
Chapter 7: Private Protective Services

Website: http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/gascripts/Statutes/StatutesTOC.pl?Chapter=0074C

Qualifications Requirement:
All applicants must:

Be at least 18 years of age with a high school degree or equivalent.
Be a US citizen or a resident alien.
Be of good moral character with temperate habits (no criminal record, etc.).

Must also have three years of experience in private investigative work (equivalent of 3,000 hours), or three years in an investigative capacity as a member of a law enforcement agency or other governmental agency required.

Reciprocity: The North Carolina Private Protective Services Board currently has limited reciprocal agreements with seven (7) states for Private Investigations.

Official reciprocity with South Carolina, Georgia Board of Private Detective and Security Agencies, California Private Investigator License, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Tennessee Private Investigator License, Louisiana State Board of Private Investigator Examiners, Virginia Private Investigator License.

Fees: Submit a 150.00 non-refundable application fee and an additional $38.00 fee for an SBI/FBI fingerprint check.

Renewal Information: Annual renewal with 12 hours of continuing education required every 2 years.

Forms: Contact the Licensing Unit at (919) 788-5320 if you are interested in receiving a licensing packet.
http://www.ncdps.gov/About-DPS/Boards-Commissions/Private-Protective-Services-Board/Forms
(919) 788-5320

Continuing Education: Must undergo 12 hours of continuing education every 2 years. According to the North Carolina Department of Public Safety,

"To receive Continuing Education credit, a licensee must:

Attend a board-approved continuing education course.

Sign the PPSB Attendance Roster upon arrival at the training class site.

Obtain a CE Attendance Certification form from the instructor upon completion of the class.

The rules require each licensee to complete at least twelve hours of CE training during each two-year renewal period. Registered employees are not required to complete continuing education. As a result, anyone renewing a license on or after January 1, 2012, must have completed his or her CE hours within the previous two-year licensing period."



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