May 12-14, Max Hansen and Eric Winberg will attend the 22nd Annual Southeastern Professional Development Conference for Investigators, hosted by the Florida Association of Licensed Investigators (FALI) in Tampa. FALI has a long history of providing cutting edge education on topics relevant to investigators; the conference offers our investigators an opportunity to gain valuable knowledge while earning CEUs – that is, continuing education units – which are required to keep your PI license up to date under Alabama law.
Until a few years ago, Alabama private investigators were not required to have a license. The State of Alabama Private Investigation Board (APIB) was created to “regulate and license the practice of private investigation for the purpose of public protection.” The APIB website provides a number of useful resources:
- Consumers can check an current roster of Alabama licensed private investigators.
- Those who are seeking licensing as a private investigator in the state of Alabama can review requirements and obtain all the necessary forms.
- Investigators can look up license renewal requirements and claim their CEU credits.
PI licenses are renewable every two years, during which time a private investigator must earn 16 CEUs — two of which must be on Ethics.
This year’s conference schedule includes presentations on the latest topics of interest to private detectives, ranging from investigating officer involved shootings to a review of the latest smartphone apps and technology tools for the private eye. Featured speakers are experts in their respective areas:
- Probate Investigations
- Forensic Testimonial Evidence Recovery
- and more
Baldwin Legal Investigations is licensed and insured and maintains full compliance with the Rules and Regulations of the APIB in order to better serve our customers. With over 100 years of specialized investigative experience and clients that include private citizens, attorneys, corporations and insurance companies, we always strive to be among the very best private investigation firms in the Southeast.