A good way to explore the private investigation field is to get a job or internship in a private investigation agency. Many private investigators have prior experience in law enforcement or the military, so it may be helpful to explore these areas also. Visit the Web sites of professional associations for private investigators, such as the National Association of Legal Investigators, to learn more about what investigators do and the requirements for the work.
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