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How to become Private Investigator in Oklahoma?


In order to work as private investigator in Oklahoma you will have to get the license as the Oklahoma government does not allow unlicensed person to work as a private investigator.


In order to work as private investigator in Oklahoma you will have to get the license as the Oklahoma government does not allow unlicensed person to work as a private investigator. You will have to acquire the license from Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET). The basic requirement to obtain the license is that you must be 18 years of age and citizen of United States. To become an armed private investigator your age should be 21 years. You must be of good moral character. You must not be convicted of any crime. You will to undergo a thorough background check. You will have to get your fingerprints from the police or sheriffs office. Oklahoma provides three types of licenses, private investigator armed, private investigator unarmed and Combination license, private investigator and security guard, armed. It also provides the agency license. You can find out the details of various types from http://www.ok.gov/cleet/Licensing/index.html.

Then you will have to complete the training which is necessary to get the license. If you want license of unarmed private investigator then you will have to complete minimum 55 hours of training. If you are requesting for armed private investigator license then you will have to complete an additional 32 hours of firearms training. The training should be done from state certified schools. The list of the schools can be obtained from
http://www.ok.gov/cleet/Licensing/Training/.

 

Then you will have to get the application form to get the license. You will have to fill all the necessary information in the application. Your application should be complete. You will have to attach photographs, fingerprint card, proof of training, police department record check. You will have to pay the fee for the license. The fee for unarmed private investigator license is $91 and of armed private investigator is $141. You can get all the other necessary information regarding application from here. Then submit the application form to CLEET.

 

After acquiring the license you will have to be careful because you will have to complete the continuing education and be very careful about the renewal of the license. The continuing education should be of 16 hours for both armed and unarmed private investigators. The renewal of license has to done and the fee is Private Investigator-Unarmed $50 Private Investigator-Armed $100. Payment should be remitted to CLEET in the form of a cashier’s check or money order. 

Contact Information:
Website: 
http://www.ok.gov/cleet/Licensing/Private_Investigators/index.html

Email: nancy.carson@cleet.state.ok.us
Council on Law Enforcement Education & Training Private Security Division, P. O. Box 11476-Cimarron Station, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, 73136-0476
Phone: (405) 425-2775

Citation Statute: 
Chapter 59-1750.1.

Website: http://oklegal.onenet.net/http://oklegal.onenet.net/oklegal-cgi/get_statute?98/Title.59/59-1750.1.htmloklegal-cgi/get_statute?98/Title.59/59-1750.1.html

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