NCISS Objectives

  1. To monitor national legislative and regulatory activities affecting the investigation and security industry. A substantial part of the Council's activities shall be to assist, advise, inform and influence legislation.
  2. To develop and encourage the practice of high standards of personal and professional conduct among those persons serving in the investigation and security industry.
  3. To promote the purpose and effectiveness of investigation and security companies by any and all means consistent with the public interest. Subject to prior approval of the Board the Council may take a position and express an opinion on issues directly and generally affecting the investigation and security industry as such; provided, however, that no action shall be taken on such matters as clearly fall solely within the purview of an individual investigation or security company or a distinct group of investigation or security companies.
  4. To promote the private investigation and security industry and to educate members and the public in the advancement, improvement and uses of investigation and security services.
  5. To assist local, state or regional groups of investigation and security companies in the common endeavor to advance and promote the investigation and security industry.
  6. To provide the opportunity for the exchange of experiences and opinions through discussion, study, the internet and publications.
  7. To cooperate in courses of study for the benefit of persons desiring to fit themselves for positions in the investigation and security industry, and to hold meetings and conferences for the mutual improvement and education of our members.
  8. To acquire, preserve and disseminate data and valuable information relative to the functions and accomplishments of investigation and security companies.