If you’re going to trust a private investigation firm, isn’t it prudent to make sure that the agency has a commitment to staying up-to-date on their advanced certification and informed as to best industry practices? RK Agency absolutely has that dedication, and as part of that responsibility has just recently attended the TALI (Texas Association of Licensed Investigators) Conference in San Antonio, Texas.
TALI requires that all its members operate with a specific code of ethics that centers around professionalism, confidentiality, and following (and knowing!) the law. Here at RK Agency, we are proud to be members, and reinforce our relationships with others in the industry as well as to reacquaint and update ourselves with the licensing and certification requirements that our profession demands.
On that note, our own Kerrie Baldwin is in the rigorous process of becoming a Texas Certified Investigator (TCI). To give you an idea of the requirements, just to begin the application process one must have a minimum of four years of experience as a private investigator, with at least five years experience to actually take the written and oral examination. Once the exam is successfully completed, the applicant must also participate in a mock investigation, conducting interviews and investigation, and then present their findings before a testing committee. The process is not complete until the applicant produces a white paper which must also be approved.
Did we mention it was rigorous? But by doing it, we affirm to our clients that we strive to be the very best in our field. We’ll keep you informed when Kerrie receives her TCI certification, but in the meantime, should life throw you a curve and you need the services of a private investigation firm, we invite you to call us—we guarantee professionalism and personal service.