324.1109. 1. The owner of a company seeking any fire investigator agency license shall be licensed as a private fire investigator. The fire investigator agency may hire individuals to work for the agency who shall conduct investigations for such fire investigator agency only. Such individuals shall make application for a license as determined by the board and shall meet all requirements set forth by the board by rule. These individuals shall not be required to meet any experience requirements and shall be allowed to begin work immediately upon approval of the application by the board. Employees shall attend an approved training program within a time to be determined by the board and shall be under the direct supervision of a licensed private fire investigator until all requirements are met.
2. A licensee shall at all times be legally responsible for the good conduct of each of the licensee's employees or agents while engaged in the business of the licensee. A licensee is legally responsible for any acts committed by the licensee and the licensee's employees or agents which are in violation of section 324.1100 to 324.1148. A person receiving an agency license shall directly manage the agency and employees.
3. Each licensee shall maintain a record containing such information relative to the licensee's employees as may be prescribed by the board by rule. Such licensee shall file with the board the complete address of the licensee's principal place of business, including the name and number of the street. The board may require the filing of other information for the purpose of identifying such principal place of business.
(L. 2011 H.B. 464)
Missouri General Assembly