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Colorado Private Investigator Bond

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How much does a private investigator bond cost in Colorado?

Private investigators wishing to obtain a license in Colorado must first post a surety bond in the amount of $10,000 with the Office of Private Investigator Licensure—a division of the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.

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Bond Type Bond Amount Cost
$10,000 Private Investigator Bond $10,000 $100

Why do I need this bond?

Colorado private investigators must submit a surety bond to comply with regulations set forth by Article 58.5 of Title Twelve of the Colorado Revised Statutes and 4 Code of Colorado Regulations 750-1. The bond is required so that any person who suffers a loss or damages due to acts or omissions on the part of the private investigator may file a claim against the bond.

What’s the fine print?

The bond must remain in effect as long as the private investigator holds their license—though the surety may choose to cancel the bond by providing written notice to the principal at least thirty days in advance.

How to become a private investigator in Colorado

The Office of Private Investigator Licensure provides a list of requirements that must be met by applicants to be considered for a license. The following are a few of the requirements to be met by an applicant:

  • Pay $300 application fee
  • Minimum 21 years of age
  • Submit to background check
  • Pass Private Investigator Jurisprudence Examination

It is also important to keep in mind that private investigator licenses expire annually on May 31 and must be renewed for as long as the licensee wishes to be an investigator.

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Additional Resources

Office of Private Detective Licensure

Colorado Revised Statutes (12-58.5)

4 Code of Colorado Regulations 750-1

Colorado Private Investigator Bond Form

Private Investigator Jurisprudence Exam Information

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