Becoming a private detective (investigator) in Georgia can be an extremely rewarding career choice. It’s a competitive profession, though, and there are many requirements you must meet and a few training steps you need to take to qualify for licensure. These requirements are governed by your licensing authority, the Georgia Board of Private Detectives & Security Agencies.
Per Georgia Administrative Rule 509-3-.06, all private detective license holders and registered private detective employees must complete a minimum of seventy hours of instruction from a Georgia Board of Private Detective and Security Agencies (GBPDSA) approved provider before being issued a state license.
Our primary goal when creating this course was to provide a superior training experience over anything else available on the market and, through regular updates, to keep it that way. Upon completion of this course, the student will not only have obtained the fundamental skills and tools necessary to be a working private investigator in Georgia but will also have been exposed to the inner-workings of many different investigative specialties as well.