May 25, 2012 – International Counterintelligence Services of Colorado, (“ICS of Colorado”) is at the forefront of Colorado’s new Voluntary Licensing Program through the Colorado Division of Registration. Colorado does not require that private investigators receive a license, but with the advent of Voluntary Licensing, qualified private investigators can now choose to apply.
Grant Linhart, owner of ICS of Colorado, received his voluntary license, number CO PI-528, making him the 27th person to receive a voluntary license. In order to qualify for a license, private investigators must pass a criminal background check with fingerprinting, and have at least 4,000 hours of in-the-field experience, or an Associate’s Degree with 2,000 hours of in-the-field experience in the last 5 years. Mr. Linhart’s license becomes effective July 1st, 2012.
ICS of Colorado’s voluntary license is part of ICS’s commitment to professionalism and providing a better standard for our clients. Mr. Linhart and ICS of Colorado have raised the standard for all ICS.
International Counterintelligence Services (ICS) is a full service private investigation agency that employs cutting-edge techniques to solve cases in the private, industrial, and commercial worlds. ICS was founded in 1967 by David Rabern, succeeded by his son, Michael Rabern, in 2006. ICS has had a global mission to provide investigations throughout the world.
About ICS of Colorado
ICS of Colorado is an independently owned licensee of ICS. Owned by Grant Linhart, ICS of Colorado provides superior investigative services to clients across the state. Mr. Linhart has been in public safety full time for the past 14 years; encompassing Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS careers.