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    Tamara, I hope this helps. DB. From the TN state Dept. of Commerce web site (http://www.state.tn.us/commerce/sec-indust/PI&Poly/pi.htm) LICENSE REQUIREMENTS In
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      Tamara,

      I hope this helps.

      DB.

      From the TN state Dept. of Commerce web site
      (http://www.state.tn.us/commerce/sec-indust/PI&Poly/pi.htm)

      LICENSE REQUIREMENTS

      In order to hold a valid Tennessee Private
      Investigator License the applicant/licensee must be
      affiliated with a licensed Tennessee Private
      Investigation Company.

      An applicant must:


      * Be at least 21 years of age
      * Be a citizen of the United States or a resident
      alien
      * Not have been declared by any court of competent
      jurisdiction incompetent by reason of mental defect or
      disease
      * unless subsequently declared competent by a court of
      competent jurisdiction


      * Affiliated with a licensed Tennessee PI company or
      license own company
      * Not suffer from habitual drunkenness or narcotics
      addiction or dependence
      * Be of good moral character
      * Meet examination and continuing education
      requirements (see Policy 13 below)
      * Applicant must submit fingerprint cards for
      processing by TBI and FBI for criminal history check.




      POLICY #13 - APPLICANT EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS


      1. Grandfathered licensees will not be required to
      take the private investigation company examination,
      provided their license has remained current
      immediately prior to a company application being made.




      Any grandfathered licensee, who has never taken the
      company examination and who desires to start a private
      investigation company independent of that under which
      he was grandfathered, must take and pass the company
      examination before a license for the new company will
      be granted.



      2. Any applicant who has previously successfully
      completed the private investigator or private
      investigation company examination, whose license has
      expired and who submits reapplication for licensing
      within two (2) years of the expiration date of the
      license, will not be required to retake the
      examination.

      3. Any applicant for a private investigator or private
      investigation company license, who previously held a
      license(s), has allowed their license(s) to expire and
      has never taken the examination(s), will be required
      to successfully complete the pertinent examination(s).

      4. Any new qualifying agent for an existing
      investigation company must successfully complete the
      private investigation company examination within
      thirty (30) days of the effective date of the
      replacement of the qualifying agent of record, unless
      the new qualifying agent has previously successfully
      completed the examination.



      --- Tamara Marlar <skylie74@...> wrote:
      > How do I become licensed in the state of Tennessee?


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