19263Re: [infoguys-list] Continuing Professional Education
- Dec 8, 2013n 12/8/2013 8:12 AM, Rob ONeill wrote:Illinois, Indiana, WisconsinFrom: SHERI TURNER <alphaomegalegal@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2013 11:45 PM
Subject: Re: [infoguys-list] Continuing Professional Education
BobI do not know of any states that exempts the requirement of Continuing Education.However, if you come across a state, please let us all know.
Can we please take a Mulligan on this one?
I really think that a "do over" is in order, beginning with Bob rephrasing his question so that it is less ambiguous. There have been a number of "answers" given but I'm not sure which, if any, truly address the question that Bob intended to ask. While I'm reasonably certain that every answer provided so far is correct, I'm less sure that they are correct and responsive to the original question.
My interpretation of Bob's question, FWIW, is "IF your state requires CE for investigators, are investigators with XX years of licensed experience exempt from the requirement of CE?"
I'm seeing plenty of answers, such as Rob's (which is correct, BTW) indicating that this state or that doesn't require CE, but that doesn't answer Bob's original question. How can a special exemption be granted to a certain class of investigators when that particular state doesn't have a requirement for CE.
Assuming my interpretation is correct (dangerous, I know<g>), let's try this one:
"If your state requires continuing education for investigators, under what conditions, if any, will that requirement be waived, and under what circumstances, for experienced investigators having XX years of licensure?"
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