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A. The department may enter into a reciprocal agreement with a state that has private investigator qualification laws substantially similar to this chapter to allow a private investigator license or registration to be used by the licensee or registrant within the jurisdiction of either this state or the other state. The department may enter into the agreement if the issuing authority for the other state meets all of the following conditions:
1. Issues a private investigator identification card with an expiration date printed on the card.
2. Is available to verify the license or registration status for law enforcement purposes within three business days after a request for verification.
3. Has disqualification, suspension and revocation requirements for licenses and registrations.
4. Requires that the applicant for a license or registration submit to a criminal history records check pursuant to section 41-1750 and applicable federal law.
B. The reciprocal agreement shall be limited and is intended only to allow private investigators to continue investigations that originate in the investigator’s home state and that require investigation in another state. The reciprocal agreement shall include the following provisions:
1. The private investigator shall possess a private investigator license or registration in good standing.
2. The private investigator shall spend no more than thirty days per case while conducting an investigation in this state.
3. The private investigator shall provide written notification to the department describing the case and the dates to be worked in this state on the case.
4. The private investigator shall not solicit any business while in this state.