PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR DISCIPLINARY REVIEW COMMITTEE APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
The Governor’s Office is currently accepting applications for the Private Investigator Disciplinary Review Committee (DRC).
The DRC was established for the purpose of considering appeals from private investigator applicants and licensees of the Bureau’s denials, suspensions and revocations as well as the assessment of administrative fines. The DRC consists of five members appointed by the Governor with three members actively engaged in the business of a licensed private investigator (professional member) and two members from the general public (public member). The DRC becomes operative July 1, 2017.
If you are actively engaged in the business of a licensed private investigator and wish to apply for an appointment as a professional member of the DRC, or if you are interested in applying for appointment as a public member*, please apply directly to the Governor’s Office by completing an application for appointment using the following link: https://www.gov.ca.gov/s_appointmentsapplication.php
When completing the online application, please select Private Investigator Disciplinary Review Committee from the “position sought” drop-down box (item 3 of the online application).
For additional information regarding the qualifications, functions, and duties of the DRC please click here: Private Investigator DRC info page.
Questions: If you have questions about the Private Investigator Disciplinary Review Committee, you may email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Depending on the complexity of the question, it could take up to five business days for Bureau staff to research and respond.
*Pursuant to Business and Professions Code Section 7519.1(b), public members may not be licensees or certificate holders, or engaged in any business or profession in which any part of the fees, compensation, or revenue thereof is derived from any licensee.