Basic Security Officer 24 Hours

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Basic Security Officer:

Basic Security Officer Georgia State Certified Training Course: 24 Hours Developed by: Eddie Rogers Security Professional Related Course:

Introduction:

Introduction This program is developed to make a general protocol of what all security officers must learn as required as by Georgia state law. http://sos.georgia.gov Security Professional Related Course:

About The Instructor:

About The Instructor Eddie Rogers Executive Director Certified Peace Officer - (NYS) Municipal Police Training Council ASP Baton Training — U.S. Navy O/C Instructor Certification — APOST Basic Homeland Security Training U.S. Navy Basic First Aid U.S. Navy / American Red Cross Basic First Aid/CPR/AED/ Blood borne Pathogens Instructor –Medic First Certified Firearms & Instructor Training Course — G.B.P.D.S.A. Private Investigations — G.B.P.D.S.A. Security Company Operations and Investigations — John Jay College Security Professional Related Course:

About The Instructor:

About The Instructor Security Consulting & Risk Analysis John Jay College Fire Safety Director Certification - (Hotels & Motels) John Jay College Fire Safety Director Certification - (High Rise Office Buildings) NYCFD Stalking / Explosives and Letter Bomb Investigations — GA. POST Officer Survival — Caliber Press / GA. POST Homicide Investigations – APOST Investigating and Developing Meth Labs – Alabama Solicitors Office / APOST Correctional Officer / Prisoner Transportation –GEO /USMS-MVM Security Professional Related Course:

G.B.P.D.S.A. Rules & Regulations:

G.B.P.D.S.A. Rules & Regulations http://sos.georgia.gov

Georgia Board Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rule 509 Lesson # 1

Required Training 509-3-.02 Basic Training Curriculum for Security Officers. Effective September 1, 2007, a minimum of 24 hours of classroom instruction is required in a basic training program that includes, but is not limited to, the following::

Required Training 509-3-.02 Basic Training Curriculum for Security Officers. Effective September 1, 2007, a minimum of 24 hours of classroom instruction is required in a basic training program that includes, but is not limited to, the following: (1) Role of Private Security (a) Crime Awareness and Prevention (b) Private Security and the Criminal Justice System (c) Ethics and Professionalism (2) Legal Aspects (a) Principal Misdemeanors and Felonies (b) Overview of Title 43-38 as it relates to the Security Profession (c) Overview of Board Rules 509 et al (d) Arrest and Proper Use of Force (e) Liability (f) Courtroom testimony (3) Patrol and Observation (a) Patrol techniques (b) Information gathering (c) Crimes in progress (d) Officer Safety (e) Note taking and Report Writing (4) Incident Response ( a) Responding to Emergencies (b) Crowd control and evacuation (c) Fire control and Prevention (d) Hazardous Materials (e) Bomb Threats and Terrorism (5) Security Resources (a) CCTV Operation and Video Documentation (b) Alarm systems (c) Access Control (d) Electronic Article Surveillance (6) Customer Service Issues (a) Public relations (b) Interpersonal Communications (7) First Aid Overview

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations-Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations-Rule 509 Georgia Board Rules and Regulations OCGA 43-38-7 Defines a Security Company as: Watchman Service Guard Service Armored Car Service Executive Protection Service All employees must be Registered with the employing agency Security Professional Related Course:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509 OCGA 43-38-7.1 Your Employer must maintain a Training Record of all Security employees Security Professional Related Course:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509 OCGA 43-38-8 ( Registration) May hire Temporary staff for up to 30 days prior to licensure Security Professional Related Course:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509 OCGA 43-38-13 (Arrest Powers) Security officers have the same arrest powers as any citizen under 17-4-60. Security Professional Related Course:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509 OCGA 43-38-14.1 (Company License) Municipalities may not issue business to those companies that are not licensed by the State Board Security Professional Related Course:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509 509-4-.0 1- Firearms: Must be in Operational Condition at all times Security Professional Related Course:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509 509-04-.05 - Firearm Discharge: Any weapon fired (except on approved range) must be to State Board within 10 Business Days. Security Professional Related Course:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509 509-04-.02 – Uniforms Cannot be Confusing with Law Enforcement May not have the word POLICE on the patch Must have security in ¾ inch lettering on patch. Security Professional Related Course:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509:

Georgia Board Rules and Regulations Rule 509 All Vehicles must have Identifying Marks or licensee Name Conspicuously displayed Must have a Lic .# displayed may only use Amber Flashing or Revolving Light (with GA Permit) Security Vehicles: Security Professional Related Course:

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