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This is an 8 hour course required by New York State as the first step in obtaining a security guard registration card from the New York State Department of State. The course provides the student with a general overview of the duties and responsibilities of a security guard. Topics covered in this course include the role of the security guard, legal powers and limitations, emergency situations, communications and public relations, access control, and ethics and conduct. All students must attend 100% of the 8hr course, and pass an examination for successful completion of this course. The cost of the course is $75.




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Under Rhode Island General Law 5-5.1-3, the Office of Attorney General is responsible for the licensing of the private security guard businesses. The obligation is set forth in the Rules and Regulations established pursuant to the Private Security Guard Act of 1987. Federal guidelines now require that all security guards be fingerprinted for a national background check. BCI is charged with ensuring that all security guard companies, their employees and management personnel comply with the Act. Presently, BCI has 90 active security guard licenses on file.


Freddie Bates, 47, is facing charges of carrying a firearm without a license, carrying a loaded firearm without a license, assault and battery, affray, trespassing, and disorderly conduct after he allegedly assaulted a security guard at the theater.


Bates is also accused of punching a security guard in the face while police were on the scene, resulting in a physical fight with the guard. As this was happening, two of his daughters also allegedly punched the guard.


Specialized Experience (for positions at GS-4 and above): Experience such as work with a Federal, State, municipal, local, or private protective organization that involved the protection of property against such hazards as fire, theft, damage, accident, or trespass; or maintaining order and protecting life. Such experience must have provided a knowledge of protective systems and techniques. Acceptable experience includes service in the Armed Services or Coast Guard that involved the performance of guard duties on a regular or intermittent basis. For Security Guard positions in a hospital setting, experience as a psychiatric nursing assistant or a similar position safeguarding patients is qualifying.


A busy Saturday night at a popular Dunwoody restaurant in February took a terrifying turn for one security guard on duty. Police say a couple trying to dine-and-dash opened fire as he tried to stop them. He spoke with FOX 5 about how life has been for him since the horrifying incident.


ATLANTA - A busy Saturday night at a popular restaurant in Dunwoody last month took a scary turn when police said a couple trying to dine and dash, opened fire on a security guard who tried to stop them.


The Licensing Unit regulates security guards, security agencies, private investigators and private investigative agencies. Additionally, the unit accepts complaints from the public and enforces statutory laws and administrative rules pertaining to those entities.


This section will give you guidance on how to become a security guard, armed security guard and how to obtain a private security agency license. In addition, you will find a link to the governing law and rules and regulations found under Title 24 Chapter 13 in the Delaware Code.


This section will give you guidance on how to become an armored car guard, unarmed and armed and how to obtain an armored car guard agency license. In addition, you will find a link to the governing law and rules and regulations found under Title 24 Chapter 13 in the Delaware Code.


This section will give you guidance on how to become an approved firearms instructor, security guard instructor or bail enforcement agent instructor. Approved instructors may only train/instruct individuals applying for a license through the Professional Licensing Section.


Whether you need one security guard at a reception desk, or a team of security officers to monitor your network of warehouses, Securitas can provide the appropriate on-site guarding security services you need with the ease and efficiency you desire.


The new rank structure was unveiled to the current security guard force at town halls held Feb. 18 on Fort Stewart and today on Hunter Army Airfield. Beginning March 1, GS-5 security guards eligible for promotion will become GS-6 security guards. Those guards not yet eligible for promotion will have their positions converted. After serving as a GS-5 for a year, they will be promoted to GS-6, Bill Jeffers, garrison resource management officer, said.


Garrison Commander Col. Bryan Logan said Installation Management Command and the Army have been fighting for this increase in the entry-level grade for a while. The Secretary of the Army approved the changes for security guards in January.


The increase in the entry-level grade will help with recruiting security guard applicants. Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield has 124 security guard positions of various grades, Logan said, with 72 guards currently onboard and 24 new hires coming onboard. That leaves 28 positions available.


Fort Stewart's new security guard rank structure is one GS-10, two GS-9s, five GS-8s, six GS-7s, and 58 GS-6s. Hunter Army Airfield's breakdown is one GS-10, two GS-9s, five GS-8s, five GS-7s, and 39 GS-6s.


Security guards need to always be aware of their surroundings and stay alert, looking for anything out of the ordinary throughout their shift. In an emergency, security guards may call for assistance from police, fire, or ambulance services.


Security guards work in a wide variety of environments, including public buildings, retail stores, and office buildings. Those who serve as transportation security screeners work in air, sea, and rail terminals and other transportation facilities, and are employed by the federal government. Gaming surveillance officers do most of their work in casino observation rooms, using audio and video equipment.


Most security guards spend considerable time on their feet, either assigned to a specific post, or patrolling buildings and grounds. Some may sit for long hours behind a counter or in a guardhouse at the entrance to a gated facility or community. Some security guards provide surveillance around the clock by working shifts of eight hours or longer with rotating schedules.


In general, in the U.S., security guards must complete a minimum of 40 hours of coursework to work in the field. Specific requirements vary by state, but it is often necessary to complete eight hours of this training to become eligible to apply for security guard jobs.


Security guards rank among the least happy careers. Overall they rank in the 8th percentile of careers for satisfaction scores. Please note that this number is derived from the data we have collected from our Sokanu members only.


Honesty & TrustworthinessEmployers need to trust security guards to make the right decisions to protect their business and the general public. Creating and maintaining an honest and trusting relationship is key.


Quick ReflexesValued security guards are alert at all times. They are able to assess and analyze what is going on around them and quickly react and respond to potentially dangerous situations.


Communication SkillsSecurity guards are required to communicate with their employer, their teammates, and the public. Knowing which information to communicate to whom is fundamental to maintaining safety and security.


Physical Fitness and StrengthSecurity guards must be prepared for the possibility of physical confrontation. Whether this takes the form of chasing a thief or breaking up a fight, guards need to maintain reasonable fitness and strength to keep up with potential offenders.


Respect for LifeWhen involved in physical confrontation, security guards face the issue of how much force to exert. The challenge is striking a balance between enough force to subdue an offender without causing injury to either the offender or any onlookers.


Often, the watchful presence of a security guard is enough to deter criminals and prevent incidents. People are often grateful for the presence of a security guard; helping them feel comfortable and safe can be a rewarding experience.


The process of becoming a security guard includes obtaining a high school diploma; possibly completing some formal post-secondary education; fulfilling state-mandated security, training, licensing, and continuing education requirements; and undergoing any additional employer-specific training.


According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (updated in May 2019), the hourly wage for security guards ranges from $10.17 to $24.19. The median hourly wage in the United States is $14.27. The annual wage for security guards ranges from $21,150 to $50,310. The median annual wage in the United States is $29,680.


We are looking for a fit and attentive security guard to ensure that our property is protected. The security guard is responsible for recording the names of visitors, patrolling the property and apprehending any trespassers.


Okaloosa County sheriff's investigators say late Friday the security guard told Seth Beavers, 33, of Mount Sterling, Illinois, that the pool at the Panhandle condo was closed and he would have to leave.


Beavers then held the guard's head underwater before the guard was able to break free and get to the side of the pool, authorities said. But Beavers put him in a headlock and again pulled him underwater before he was finally freed.


Investigators say Beavers told them that the security guard swung at him. He allegedly admitted that he pulled the guard into the pool, held him underwater, struck him four times and told him he was going to drown him. His LinkedIn page says he currently works as a salesman for a company that provides payroll and personnel services. 041b061a72


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