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ICS offers a wide range of case types and services in the State of Vermont which are always conducted by one of our well experienced Licensed Private Investigators. ICS Private Investigators are held to the high standard of professionalism and will deliver all findings in a timely and accountable manner.

Private Investigator in Vermont

Local Vermont Private Investigator

Private Investigators in Vermont are required to be licensed in order to conduct Private Investigation services. If your investigation requires the case to move out of state, the private investigator must still abide by any out of state licensing requirements.

Vermont Private Investigator

A Private Investigator in Vermont must be fully licensed in order to conduct any investigations in Vermont. As a requirement, all investigators looking to become a Private Investigator in VT must have a minimum of 2 years of experience working in Investigation Services and pass the State issued Vermont Private Investigators Licensing exam.

You can feel confident that any investigations conducted in Vermont will be led by a team of experienced Private Investigators that coincide within Vermont State requirements, as well as the professionalism and integrity that ICS requires of all employee’s and subcontractors throughout the world.

Private Investigator in Vermont

Vermont Private Investigator

Private investigators in Vermont live in one of the smallest, least populated states in the country. Located in the New England Region, Vermont is the only state a part of New England that does not touch the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The highest populated cities in Vermont are in Burlington, South Burlington or Rutland

ICS provides a full range of investigations for the state of Vermont, and has Private Investigators all over Vermont. Whether your case involves adultery, cheating, child custody, fraud, background checks, or any other of the cases we take on, ICS can help. With our experience and knowledge, we will find and gather the information needed for your investigation.

Vermont Background Checks

Do you need a Background Check in Vermont? Background checks are some of the most informative investigation tools a Private Investigator can provide their clients. Often, a Background Investigation is all the client needs, where other situations require a Background Check just as a starting point to a more thorough investigation. If you need a Background Check in Vermont or an investigation that would require one, then the professionals at ICS are here, standing by. ICS has been helping people with investigation services in Vermont and surrounding areas since 1967.

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Local Associations and Important Resources for Vermont

Vermont Association of Private Investigators:


About Vermont: Home Page

Jurisdictional, Licensing, and Regulation Concerns


Vermont has two types of licenses, an Agency License and a Private Detective License
Reference Website:

Contact Information:
Board of Private Investigative and Armed Security Services Office of Professional Regulation, 109 State St., Montpelier, Vermont, United States, 05609-1101
Phone: (802) 828-2837

Vermont Association of Licensed Detectives

Qualifications Requirement:
In the application, to following must be done:

Signed and dated “Statements Regarding Child Support, Taxes and Unemployment
Compensation Contributions,” by the applicant;

Completed “Character Reference”, to be completed by the individual who is providing your character reference;

Completed “Verification of Experience”, to be completed by the individual verifying your experience; (2,000 hours in the three years immediately preceding application for qualifying agent of a private investigative or security service) (4,000 hours in the three years immediately preceding application for licensure as a qualifying agent for a combination private investigative and security service.)

Completed "Training Certification”, by the applicant and the firearms training director (only if requesting firearms status)

Reciprocity: The state of Vermont does not have reciprocity agreements with any other states.

Testing: The examination consists of objective, multiple choice questions. The Office of Professional Regulation will make arrangements with the qualifying agent applicant to come to the Board Office to take the exam. An applicant who fails an exam may be reexamined, however, a person may not take an examination more than twice during any twelve month period for the same license category.

Applicants taking the examination should be thoroughly familiar with the Vermont Statues and the Administrative Rules of the Board of Private Investigative and Security Services. Applicants taking the Private Investigative Qualifying Agent’s examination should be thoroughly familiar with the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Public Records in Vermont. General knowledge of the investigation and security field obtained through practical experience and academic studies is also necessary.

Fees: Detective agency
Initial license
$ 20.00
Application for employee registration
Unarmed registrants
$ 50.00
Armed registrants
Transitory permits
$ 50.00

Renewal Information: Biennial renewal
Detective agency
Unarmed registrants (agency employees)
$ 80.00
Armed registrants (agency employees)
If an individual fails to renew in a timely manner, he or she may renew the license within 90 days of the renewal date by satisfying all the requirements for renewal and payment of an additional late renewal penalty.


Vermont Private Investigator Licensing

Vermont State requires licensing for Private Investigators, Security Guards and Agencies. 

State Licensing Authority: Vermont Secretary of State
Phone: (802) 828-2363

Only licensed investigators can conduct investigations in Vermont. Licenses are only good in Vermont, there is no State Reciprocity.

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