DURATION: 2 hours
Snacks and/or drinks
Notebook and pen
INFORMATION COVERED IN THE CLASS BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
Why your image is important to the public and your company
How your actions can place civil & criminal liability on you & your company
Civil and criminal laws and legal obligations as a security officer or supervisor under Title 62-39 and 40 of the T.C.A. Codes
Powers of arrest and the security officer
Why arrest and use of force is always a last resort
Basic First Aid
Security Guard Emergency Preparedness
Officer survival/patrol procedures
Renewals:Unarmed Guards/Officers renew registration every two (2) years.
Unarmed Security Guard Recertification
Be at least 18 years of age for registration as an unarmed security guard.
Be a citizen of the United States or a resident alien.
Not have been declared by any court of competent jurisdiction incompetent by reason of mental defect or disease unless a court of competent jurisdiction has since declared the applicant competent;
If convicted in any jurisdiction of any of the crimes listed in this subdivision (4), have completed a serving sentence or court-ordered probation at least five (5) years prior to application. Conviction of the following crimes shall disqualify an applicant, subject to the conditions stated in this section:
(A) Any felony; or
(B) Any misdemeanor involving:
(i) Shooting a firearm or other weapon;
(iii) Assault and battery or other act of violence against persons or property;
(iv) Crimes involving the sale, manufacture or distribution of controlled substances, controlled substance analogs, drugs or narcotics;
(v) Theft of property; or
(vi) Theft of services;
Not be suffering from habitual drunkenness or narcotics addiction or dependence;
Not have any disability that, in the opinion of the commissioner, prevents the applicant from performing the duties of a security guard/officer; and
Be of good moral character.
Submit electronic fingerprints.
Must meet the statutory training requirements