PInow Debuts Resource to Help Individuals to Become Private Investigators

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Recently, PInow, a network of pre-screened private investigators, released a resource to provide information to individuals who are looking to become private investigators.

Thank you so much for this information! I meet with a lot of criminal justice and psychology students who want to be private investigators.

PInow, a trusted network of pre-screened and qualified private investigator, recently released a resource for individuals who are looking to get started as private investigators. The resource aims to provide aspiring investigators with comprehensive information on the many things private investigators do as well as guidelines for how to get started. To view the information, visit How to Become a Private Investigator

The page includes information on salary, the common backgrounds of private investigators, who investigators primarily work with, and each state’s requirements for licensure or registration. In addition, helpful lists like The Top 25 Private Investigator Training and Education Programs and Top Private Investigator Training Programs add information on higher education and private training for investigators.

“There’s really no set path that leads to a career in private investigation,” PInow co-founder Trent Carlyle explained. “Not everyone knows how to get started. Our goal with this resource is to provide comprehensive information that can help any individual understand what they need to do to get started as a private investigator.”

Though many individuals assume most private investigators work with individuals on cheating spouse investigations, many work with corporations, attorneys, and insurance firms. A survey conducted by PInow revealed that:

> 78% of investigators work with law firms and attorneys
> 55% work with individuals
> 41% work with private companies
> 37% work with insurance firms
> 35% work with corporations
> 11% work with other groups

Many individuals have already found the information helpful. “Thank you so much for this information!” the student services program manager at one university shared. “I meet with a lot of criminal justice and psychology students who want to be private investigators.”

About, a subsidiary of LAWgical, is the most widely used source for finding trusted and local private investigators. assists legal professionals, insurance companies, corporations public institutions, government agencies and the public in locating a qualified investigator.

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