A. No private investigator’s business license or identification card shall be issued to any person who:
1. Is under the age of twenty-one (21) years;
2. Has been convicted of a felony by any state or United States court, or who has been convicted anywhere of an act or acts which, if done in Utah, would constitute an assault, theft, larceny, unlawful entry, extortion, buying or receiving stolen property, unlawfully using or possessing or carrying weapons or burglar’s tools, or having been guilty of an escape from lawful custody, or of a crime or crimes involving moral turpitude, or who has been convicted in any other state of acts which, if done in Utah, would be a felony;
3. Makes any false statement in his or her application for a private investigator’s business license or identification card, and any false statement shall be grounds for immediate revocation of any license issued hereunder.
B. Any current private investigator’s business license holder who no longer meets the requirements of this section may have his or her license or identification card revoked or suspended as set forth in this title. (2003 Code)