Course Number: SHSS 5388 (0.9 CEUs/9 Hours)
This capstone class includes a comprehensive overview of the private investigation profession and the activities and techniques used in the industry. Through projects and case studies, you will have the opportunity to use what you learned in the four previous classes. You will also learn how to create opportunities for employment through contacts, networking and other resources.
Introduction to the Profession of Private Investigation, Applied Investigative Practices, Investigative Specialization, Basic Principles of Investigation
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Instructor: R. Carpenter, Master's Degree in Criminal Justice from University of Cincinnati, Certified Master Investigator at Legal Resources & Investigations
Course part of: Private Investigation Certificate
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Recommended Textbooks: 1. The California Legal Investigator, 1st Edition By: Shaune E. Sundahl Publisher: Createspace Independent (ISBN: 9781976549380) 2. Registered Process Server's Guide to Service, 5th Edition By: Tony Klein https://psinstitute.com/paypal-payment-books-and-continuing-education-materials/