Private Investigation and Polygraph
The Private Investigation and Polygraph Commission meets regularly to handle the duties allocated by statute, including private investigator, private investigation company, and polygraph examiner license determinations, as well as the review of Administrative Rule changes and disciplinary actions resulting from complaints against licensees.
- ★ How do I verify if someone is licensed with the Private Investigation and Polygraph Commission?
- ★ How do I file a complaint?
- ★ What happens after I file a complaint?
- What happens to me if the allegations in the complaint are unfounded?
- Can I file a complaint anonymously?
- How do I get information regarding complaints filed or disciplinary action taken against a Private Investigation / Polygraph licensee?
- ★ Can I renew my Private Investigation license or registration online?
- How far in advance of expiration date should my Private Investigation renewal be completed?
- I let my Private Investigation license expire. How do I have it reinstated?
- How many hours of continuing education do I need for renewal of my private investigator license?
- Does the Private Investigation & Polygraph Commission regulate bounty hunters?
- Can a private investigator work as a bodyguard?
- ★ How do I apply for a Private Investigation / Polygraph license?
- Does Tennessee offer reciprocity for Private Investigation / Polygraph?
- How do I submit my fingerprint information to the Private Investigation and Polygraph Commission?
- Who is required to be licensed with the Private Investigation and Polygraph Commission?
- Does the Private Investigation and Polygraph Commission have a newsletter to which I can subscribe?
- How do I know when and where the Private Investigation and Polygraph Commission meets?