SECTION .0300 ‑ SECURITY GUARD AND PATROL: GUARD DOG SERVICE

 

14B NCAC 16 .0301          EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS/SECURITY GUARD AND PATROL LICENSE

(a)  In addition to the requirements of Section .0200 of this Chapter, applicants for a security guard and patrol license shall:

(1)           establish to the Board's satisfaction three years of experience as a manager, supervisor, or administrator with a contract security company or a proprietary security organization performing guard and patrol functions;

(2)           establish to the Board's satisfaction three years of experience as a manager, supervisor, or administrator in security with any federal, state, county, or municipal law enforcement agency performing guard and patrol functions; or

(3)           establish to the Board's satisfaction a military occupational specialty and two years of experience within the past five years in the U.S. Armed Forces as a manager, supervisor, or administrator performing guard and patrol functions.

(b)  In addition to the requirements of Section .0200 of this Chapter, an applicant for a security guard and patrol license that is the spouse of an active duty member of the U.S. Armed Forces shall establish to the Board's satisfaction:

(1)           the spouse holds a current license, certification or registration from another jurisdiction and the other jurisdiction's requirements are substantially equivalent to or exceed the Board's requirements; and

(2)           the spouse has two years verifiable experience within the past five years as a manager, supervisor, or administrator performing guard and patrol functions.

(c)  The Board shall give credit toward the experience requirements set forth in Subparagraphs (a)(1) and (2) and Subparagraph (b)(2)of this Rule as follows:

(1)           An applicant shall receive a minimum of 400 hours of experience credit for an associate's degree. The Director or the Board shall grant up to 100 additional hours if the applicant can demonstrate that further training or course-work related to the private protective services industry was received while obtaining the associate's degree.

(2)           An applicant shall receive 800 hours of experience credit for a bachelor's degree.  The Director or the Board shall grant up to 200 additional hours if the applicant can demonstrate that further training or course-work related to the private protective services industry was received while obtaining the bachelor's degree.

(3)           An applicant shall receive 1,200 hours of experience credit for a graduate degree.  The Director or the Board shall grant an additional 300 additional hours if the applicant can demonstrate that further training or course-work related to the private protective services industry was received while obtaining the graduate degree.

(d)  Persons licensed under Chapter 74D of the General Statutes of North Carolina may be issued a limited guard and patrol license exclusively for providing armed alarm responders.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 74C-5; 74C-8; 74C-13; 93B-15.1;

Eff. June 1, 1984;

Amended Eff. October 1, 2013; February 1, 2009; December 1, 1995; January 4, 1994; January 1, 1990; August 1, 1988;

Transferred and Recodified from 12 NCAC 07D .0301 Eff. July 1, 2015.