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The work of Private detectives is to investigate multiple areas, ranging from finding missing persons to discovering the cause of a fire, or recovering stolen property to investigating theft. It encompasses conducting casework, interview witnesses, perform surveillance, and review public and government records to collect information. Cases may at times require investigators to testify in a court or work alongside law enforcement.

1. Forensic Detective
2. Private Investigator / Detective

10th (SSC) or 10+2 (HSC) or Diploma passed in any discipline from recognized Board/ School/ College OR Basic knowledge about related field. Details are available at link

International Forensic Sciences, Pune, (Court Appointed Commission, Govt. of India & Govt. of Maharashtra Regd. and ISO Certified)
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Source: CBSE

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Published date : 28 Mar 2019 04:01PM

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