Michigan Private Investigator Licensing Requirements
In Michigan, a license is required when engaging in the business of furnishing, for hire, fee or reward, professional investigator or private detective services, including locating individuals and investigating damage or crimes. To apply for a license in the state, contact the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Commercial Services at (517) 241-8720 for licensure information or visit the Michigan Private Investigator License website.
Requirements may change, so please visit the website for the most up-to-date instructions related to the licensing application process. Other special licensing requirements such as education requirements, experience requirements, examinations, and insurance may be required. Check the state licensing website for specific details.
The Private Investigator’s Licensing Handbook: How to Get a Private Investigator License in any State
Think you might be interested in pursuing a career as a private investigator? Browse through the pages of this eBook to learn about the services provided by private investigators, the typical work environment, career outlook and salary range. Plus learn the basic licensing requirements for each states and where to find more information. Includes sections on training and education, PI associations and more. Buy the eBook at Amazon today for just $2.99.
Michigan Private Investigator Associations
- Michigan Council of Private Investigators – This association provides helpful resources for aspiring and experienced private eyes.
- Michigan Contract Security Association – This association works to enhance professionalism in the security industry through the establishment of standards, the promotion and promulgation of ethics and education, and to engage the political process for the good of the private detective industry.
Hire a Private Detective in Michigan
- Hire a Private Investigator Agency – To hire a private investigator in Maine, please visit our worldwide directory of investigation agencies. Our directory may also help you find an agency to sponsor your training and certification efforts, and help you comply with state licensing requirements.
- Training Resources – Improve your chances of obtaining a license in Wisconsin by completing a degree or certification program, training course, or home study course. Learn what options are available to get the investigative knowledge necessary to get licensed.