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Nebraska Private Detective or Detective Agency Bond

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How much does a $10,000 Nebraska private detective or detective agency bond cost?

A $10,000 Nebraska private detective or detective agency bond costs $175 and is effective for two years. Get your bond instantly online by clicking Buy Now. Our secure bond checkout allows you to get your Nebraska detective or detective agency bond in minutes.

Bond Type Bond Amount Cost
$10,000 Private Detective or Detective Agency Bond $10,000 $175

What is a surety bond for private detectives or detective agencies?

A surety bond for a private detective or a detective agency is a guarantee to the Nebraska Secretary of State that the principal will abide by all laws found in the Nebraska Administrative Code, Title 433, Chapter 3. This bond ensures private detectives and detective agencies will not engage in any fraudulent activities, misrepresent themselves or impersonate a law enforcement officer while on the job.

The Nebraska Secretary of State requires all private investigative agencies to post this specific surety bond. Nebraska private investigator surety bonds expire two years from the effective date. The obligee requires 30 days’ notice of cancellation from the surety underwriting company.

How to become a private detective or detective agency in Nebraska

To become a private detective or detective agency in Nebraska, applicants must submit the following materials to the Nebraska Secretary of State:

  • Application form
  • Fees for licensing and a background check
    • $138 total for Agencies
    • $88 total for individual detectives
  • 2 fingerprint carts
  • Signed Authorization for release of information
  • 2 passport-sized photographs of the applicant
  • Proof of passing the written detective exam
  • Proof of 3,000 hours of experience
    • 2,500 hours are required with a relevant associate degree and only 2,000 are required for holders of a relevant bachelor’s degree

Individuals applying as private detectives must also provide the Secretary of State with a Citizen Attestation Form.

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Additional Resources

Nebraska Secretary of State: Private Detectives

Requirements for Private Detective Licensing

Private Detective Statutes

Chapter 3. Private Detectives

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