What is a Certified Professional Investigator (CPI)?
The CPI designation stands for Certified Professional Investigator. The CPI program is administered by the California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI). CALI is the largest and most respected association of licensed private detectives in the world. Hodson P.I. and Justin D. Hodson, CPI are respected leaders and members in the association for the past 11 years.
The California Association of Licensed Investigator’s Certification Program is a recognized symbol of excellence and achievement in the investigator profession. The purpose of the program is to raise the professional standing of investigators and to give special recognition to those individuals by testing their knowledge about their profession and promoting continued education.
CPI’s are a select group of men and women who have made a commitment to excellence, hat demonstrate the drive, determination and ability to be among the very best in their profession. Currently, about a 100 of the nearly 10,000 California licensed private investigators hold the CPI distinction.
Whenever you see the symbol CPI following someone’s name, you know that those individuals have made the commitment to being the very best in their field.