Private Investigator Programs


Find Private Investigator (P.I.) certification training or other law enforcement certificate, associate’s & bachelor’s degree programs at a local trade school or online technical college.

While it may be a good idea to get at least an associate degree in criminal justice, there are no exact education requirements to become a private investigator.

The average annual salary earned for all that undercover work, locating missing people, and being a super sleuth crime solver is just over the $48K mark.

Colleges with Criminal Justice Training

All listed colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance to those who qualify.

Online, accelerated and hybrid (classroom/online) law enforcement class options are available at some schools.

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