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When you need a private investigation, no matter where you are, we are available 24hrs.

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Our purpose at ICS as private investigators is to provide our clients with accurate answers
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Our purpose at ICS as private investigators is to provide our clients with accurate answers
to their questions in a professional, confidential, and cost effective manner.

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Our policy at ICS as private investigators is secure our future through the development of
long-term professional relationships based on a philosophy of earned trust and mutual respect.

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Our policy at ICS as private investigators is secure our future through the development of
long-term professional relationships based on a philosophy of earned trust and mutual respect.

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What is hidden, will soon be discovered through our professional investigaitons.

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Sometimes the best thing to do is everything
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What you can't see, you can't defeat
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Arts of trickery and deception are required to catch tricksters and deceivers.
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Arts of trickery and deception are required to catch tricksters and deceivers.
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Licensing | ICS of Pennsylvania

Confidential Recommended Pennsylvania Private Investigator Services Since 1967

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ICS of Pennsylvania - Private Investigators

Pennsylvania Private Investigator License

The Private Detective Act of 1953, 22 Pa. C.S.A. encompasses the licensing and business of private detectives, security guards, etc. Interested individuals may apply to the Clerk of Courts for a license in the county where they intend to have their primary business office. The county District Attorney is responsible for the enforcement of the provisions of the law. Once you are licensed, you may work anywhere throughout the Commonwealth.
Reference Website: http://www.lccpa.org/forms/criminal/general/PrivateDetectiveLicenseRequirements-publicweb.pdf

Contact Information:
8002 Bretz Drive, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States, 17112-9748
Phone: (717)346-4087

Associations:
The Pennsylvania Association of Licensed Investigators

Citation Statute:
Pennsylvania Statutes
Title 22: Detectives
Private Detective Act of 1953

Website: http://www.pali.org/docs/Pennsylvania_Private_Detective_Act_of_1953.pdf

Qualifications Requirement:
All applicants must be at least twenty-five (25) years of age.

All applicants must meet the following qualifications:

1. A member of the U.S. Government investigative service; or
2. A Sheriff; or
3. A member of the Pennsylvania State Police; or
4. Regularly employed as a detective or as a member of a city police department of a rank or grade higher than that of patrolman for a period of not less than three (3) years.

All applicants must submit with their application the statements of not less than five (5) reputable citizens in accordance with 22 Pa. C.S.A. §14. Any citizen related to the applicant by blood or marriage does NOT qualify. All statements must be notarized.

Any applicant who has been convicted of any FELONY or any of the following offenses fails to qualify for a license:

• Illegal use, carrying or possessing a pistol or other dangerous weapon;
• Making or possessing burglar’s instruments;
• Buying or receiving stolen property;
• Unlawful entry of a building;
• Aiding escape from prison;
• Possessing or delivery of a controlled substance;
• Picking pockets or attempting to do so;
• Soliciting any person to commit sodomy or other lewdness;
• Recklessly endangering another person;
• Making terrorist threats; or
• Committing simple assault.

No applicant who is a holder of an employment agency license may be licensed under this act.

If the applicant will carry a lethal weapon as an incident with employment, proof of a current and valid certification under the “Lethal Weapons Training Act” must also be submitted to the Court.

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