The Texas Association of Licensed Investigators invites you to join us at our 2015 Midwinter Conference which will be held at the Sheraton Arlington Hotel February 10th to 12th. Free Pre-Conference Session 6-9pm on Tuesday, February 10th from 6-9pm. General Session and Dinner on Wednesday, February 11th. General Session on Thursday, February 12th. 2015 Conference
2015 Annual Conference will be held August 24th to 27th at the Wyndham San Antonio Riverwalk.
2016 Midwinter Conference will be held February in a location to be announced.
2016 Annual Conference: World Conference and TALI's 45th Anniversary will be held August 16th to 19th at the La Torretta Lake Resort and Conference Center on Lake Conroe.
TALI's next major event: 2015 Midwinter Conference which will be held at the Sheraton Arlington Hotel, 1500 Convention Center Drive in Arlington, February 10th-12th. Free Pre-Conference Session 6-9pm on February 10th. All Day General Session and Dinner on February 11th. All Day General Session on February 12th.
Please do NOT contact TALI to verify licensure in Texas. Contact the State Licensing Agency below.
Texas Licensing Agency:
PO Box 15999
Austin TX 78761-5999
Texas Dept of Public Safety
Private Security Bureau
The Texas Association of Licensed Investigators presents the
2015 Midwinter Conference
"Raising the Bar in the Field of Private Investigations"
17 Possible Hours of Continuing Education
Including 2 Hours of Ethics and 1 Hour of Board Rules
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate in the 44th Year of TALI Conferences. Our 2015 Midwinter Conference will be held at the Sheraton Arlington Hotel, February 10th to 12th, 2015. Click here to go to the Conference Website
Click here for the online Registration Form
TALI has made arrangements with the Sheraton Arlington for a special room rate of $119 for rooms booked prior to January 19, 2015. Click here to make your Online Reservations.
The Texas Association of Licensed Investigators, Inc. ("TALI") is a Texas non-profit corporation and association for professional licensed investigators. Founded in 1971, TALI is steeped in history and continues to be the pace-setter for the private investigation industry. With more than 600 members world-wide TALI is dedicated to raising professionalism in the field of private investigations through continuing education, public awareness, advanced certification, networking and legislative involvement.
Our members are proud to cover the 254 counties and 261,797 square miles that make up the great State of Texas.
While many people often think of an association as a place to get continuing education and training, today’s TALI is much, much more. While our conventions and distance learning courses are steadily praised as setting the bar, TALI is establishing a new level of professional association.
Monitoring legislation that effects our industry, sponsoring the Texas Certified Investigator expert certification, reaching members through our local chapters, assisting our members be better prepared in all levels of business and providing an avenue for effective networking are just some of the many reasons why TALI is leading the way. We are committed to adding additional value to your membership as outlined in our updated membership benefits page.
If you are a member, welcome back and thank you for your support. If you are considering joining, we are excited about having you join the ranks of professional investigators that make up TALI.
We encourage anyone seeking a qualified and professional investigator to contact a TALI member. Membership in TALI is an added assurance that you are dealing with someone properly licensed and who understands the value of being a part of their state association.
“The Texas Association of Licensed Investigators is an organization that promotes and encourages the highest standards of professionalism among licensed private investigators through information, education, training, legislative action, membership support and networking.”
click here for Code of Ethics
TALI is serious about Texas licensing regulations. If you suspect someone of operating in Texas without a license, please provide the information via this online form. TALI's Enforcement Committee will investigate and report their findings to the Texas Department of Public Safety Private Security Bureau if illegal activity is found. Your name is not required; however, a space is provided below if you would like for TALI to contact you.