INVESTIGATION AND CASE MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAMS
Criminal Investigator Training Programs
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Intern Criminal Investigator Training Program
Brandon A. Perron, CCDI is the developer and Training Director for the Criminal Defense Intern InvestigatorProgram sponsored by Public Defender 19th Judicial Circuit, State of Florida of Florida. The 300 hour training program is open to all qualified applicants over the age 0f 18 years old residing within the 19th Judicial Circuit. The program combines classroom training in the Component Method of Criminal Investigation with field experience. Interns are assigned to the Public Defender Criminal Investigations Division. They perform intake jail interviews with defendants, conduct field investigations, and support assistant public defenders with trial support. New classes form every 10-12 months and are held in Fort Pierce.
Free Information Seminars are held once a year. Contact the Public Defender's Office Chief Investigator Amy Perron, CCDI via email at Amy.Perron@PD19.org for more information and to get on the list for the next Information Seminar. Tuition is free. Enroll Now!
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DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM
The CDITC has developed and made available The Component Method course of study as a distance learning program. Distance learning is a cost effective alternative to those who are unable to travel. The completion of a training program certifying the investigator in the Component Method is a requirement for CDITC Board Certification. This is the first step toward becoming a Board Certified Criminal Defense Investigator and a member of an elite group of professional investigators. The tuition for the program of study is $ 375.00 US* and includes the textbook, “Uncovering Reasonable Doubt”, the instructional video "Uncovering Reasonable Doubt: The Seminar" hosted by the author, Brandon A. Perron, assignment-training documents, and research source. Upon successful completion of the course of study a Certificate of Training will be provided.
Interested in getting your Florida Private Investigator License?
First, you need to complete the necessary training required to obtain your license. The next thing you will need, if you don't have 2 years experience, is a sponsoring private investigation agency. However, why would an agency hire you without experience or qualifications? They may not. It is best to supercharge your qualifications by obtaining the field training and experience in either the Public Defender or Regional Conflict programs. Next, you will need to complete the licensing training and upon completion of both you will be prepared to aggressively seek a quality position with a Florida Licensed Private Investigation Agency.
Instructions for obtaining your Florida Private Investigator License
First, log onto www.investigativetraining.organd enroll in the required Private Investigator Class “CC” Intern Course A (24 hour class) and complete the necessary training required to obtain your license. The additional 16 hours, Course B, must be taken within 180 days of Course A.Secondly, if you don't have two years of investigative experience, you will need to find a sponsoring private investigation agency and complete a two-year internship.It is best to add practical experience to your resume by obtaining the field training and experience in either the Public Defender or Regional Conflict programs.The hours spent in these programs will be deducted from the two-year internship. Finally, to obtain an Application for Class “CC” Private Investigator License, go to http://licgweb.doacs.state.fl.us/staff/list.html to find the regional office nearest you.Follow the instructions carefully which are enclosed with the application, complete the fingerprint card (provided in your application) at your nearest police station, obtain a passport photo at a drugstore and have your employer (sponsor) compete the intent to sponsor form (provided in your application).Now you are prepared to aggressively seek a quality position with a Florida Licensed Private Investigation Agency.
Investigative Training, LLC, has been approved by the State of Florida Department of Education's Commission for Independent Education and the Florida Department of Agriculture to offer the mandatory Class "CC" Private Investigator Intern training, Course A and Course B, fully online.
Florida Association of Licensed Investigators (FALI)
Since 1994, FALI has served as the leading advocate for professional investigators and licensed agencies throughout the State of Florida. Our commitment to professional conduct, ethics and education is the foundation of our organization. Advancing and protecting the investigative profession is what we do. This site was set up to serve our members with the most up to date activities and news regarding our profession. Our goal in bringing investigators together creates unity and builds strength in our profession. When you join FALI you are investing in your profession, your business and yourself.
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