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Continuing Education for Montana Private Investigators
Continuing education for Montana Private Investigators is here. PI Education online continuing education courses for private investigators will satisfy your continuing education requirements for Montana. On October 28, 2017 the Montana Board of Private Security proposed and adopted standards for continuing education, and annual continuing education requirements for Montana private investigators.
PI Education online private investigator continuing education courses meet Montana statutory requirements and standards for continuing education as mandated by 24.182.2101. Private investigators in Montana must verify on the renewal of their application that they have completed eight (8) continuing education hours during the one-year licensing period. PI Education is approved for this new continuing education requirement for private investigators in Montana.
The Montana Board of Private Security has proposed and adopted new rules effective October 28th, 2017. The rules cover; organization, procedural rules, public participation, definitions, fee schedule, identification pocket card, insurance and surety bond requirements, regulations of uniform, qualification of firearms for armed endorsement, and requalification required annually, required information for applications, military training or experience, written examination, temporary practice permits, private investigator trainees, certified firearms instructors, company licensure and branch offices, and firearms training courses. The board has moved forward with the adoption of new rules related to private investigator training, private security guard training, security alarm, installer training, alarm response runner training, and standards for continuing education, and annual continuing education requirements.
In addition, the board has adopted new rules related to non-approved activities, auditing of continuing education hours, inactive status and conversion to active status for; alarm response runners, private investigators, private security guards, process servers, resident managers, and security alarm installers.
The board has developed and placed in rule a guideline for nonroutine applications that was previously set in board policy and repealed ARM 24.182.503 experience requirements.
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