The Local Investigator program was designed to help those who are more interested in conducting private investigation work but who have little or no experience with the technical and legal side of things. It is suitable for students, working professionals and senior officials from government departments like the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG), the National Crime Agency (NCAB) and the Serious Fraud Office (SFO). The programme is also open to the general public who is looking to conduct their own investigation into any subject of their choice. However, to become a successful Private Investigator you will need to complete a degree course which can last between two and four years depending on your chosen subject.

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The course covers the legal aspects of investigation into criminal behavior and takes into account such matters as civil law, corporate law, property law and human rights law. It also covers the legal aspects of surveillance and the collection of personal information by local and national authorities as well as the protection of confidential matters by the various bodies that regulate the use of such information. This information may include details about persons, locations, properties and even specific items of financial interest.

As part of the training course the investigator is taught how to collect evidence from private citizens and collect evidence from other sources which may range from computer data to tangible samples from the environment. Collection methods used by investigators include computer forensic examinations, interviews, surveillance, physical examinations, sampling and tests of immunity and other sources of information. The training also provides the investigator with knowledge and skills to deal with different types of people and how to ensure they provide honest and accurate information. This includes ensuring that there is no human error and the collection of adequate evidence to prove liability in any civil and criminal litigation. The training also provides the investigator with the skills and knowledge to protect the principal investigator and the private subjects involved from harm. The program makes sure that the investigators adheres to federal regulations and state laws and is committed to safeguarding the privacy of the subject of the investigation.