The law provides more enforcement powers to security officers in the Parliament than to private security officers. Security officers must undergo five weeks of training and internship. It is also possible to choose Security as a high school major, which requires two years of school and two years of trainee positions at private companies, resulting in a certificate from the government. This certificate makes it easier to get a job, with slightly higher pay.
It also makes it easier to get a job elsewhere in the security industry. The certificate can also be obtained by private security officers who have had a minimum of 5 years working experience. No security officer may carry pepper spray, batons or any other kind of weapon. However, handcuffs may be used. Norges Bank Bank of Norway, federal reserves had armed government guards until late , when they were disarmed by the minister of finance. Security officers serving on ships sailing in areas of high piracy risk may be equipped with firearms.
Uniforms should not resemble police worn attire, but some uniforms do. A security officer, or any other person, may detain or arrest anyone that violates any law, as long as the violation carries a punishment of minimum six 6 months imprisonment and a fine. The detainee must be released or handed over to the authorities within four hours of the arrest.
Security officers assigned to public transportation, such as trains, subways, trams and buses, also have some powers under the Transportloven transportation law. Security officers may issue fixed penalty tickets for violation of parking regulations in designated areas and for passengers on public transportation without a valid pass. A security officer may only search frisk a person to prevent the use of or confiscate any type of weapon or anything that can be used as a weapon.
Due to an outcry from the police union, this program was scrapped after a few months. In addition to normal "vektere" there also is a special branch for "Ordensvakter" who normally work as bouncers or security at concerts and similar types of events. Ordensvakter have to undergo an extra week of training to learn techniques on how to handle drunk people and people on various drugs.
They also learn about the alcohol laws of Norway which are rather strict. The police in the local police district must approve each Ordensvakt. These special regulations arose after events in the s when bouncers had a bad reputation, especially in Oslo , for being too brutal and rough with people. At that time, the police had no control over who worked as bouncers. After the government implemented training and mandatory police-issued ID cards for bouncers the problems have been reduced.
The police of Oslo report that Ordensvakter are now helping the police identify crimes that otherwise would not be reported. In , due to a high number of rapes and violent robberies, the city of Oslo Oslo Kommune hired a private security company Metro Garda to patrol the downtown immigrant areas. The municipalities in Norway are not allowed to form their own "police". The only police force in Norway is the federal police politi. In , several officers from the Securitas AB company were arrested for brutality against a robber they apprehended on the main street of Oslo.
The crime was captured with a mobile camera by pedestrians and created a public outcry, with many objecting to the way the security guards took the law into their own hands. Later, it came to light that the thief first attacked the security guards when they approached him, so the brutality charges were dropped. Before security guards were checked when they applied for a job, but not while they were working. Security companies were also criticized for not checking criminal records sufficiently, in some cases not at all.
Now guards working in private security must be checked annually. The police have the authority to withdraw a company's licence if the company does not submit lists of employees to the police. The police in Norway were widely criticized for not checking guards properly, and even when they encounter an issue with a guard, the guard can still work for months before anything is done. The security company G4S , after being criticized by police for hiring criminals, stated that they cannot do anything about the problem, because only the police have the ability to check the guard's criminal records.
In , Norwegian media reported that off-duty police officers and Home Guard soldiers had contracts of armed employment on civilian ships in the Aden bay, and police leaders were planning sanctions against the use of police officers. The police have around 10, employees in total. In Hong Kong, the term Security Officer refers to a senior staff member who supervises a team of security personnel.
The staff who work under security officers' supervision are called Security Guards. Before 1 October , private security personnel were regulated by the Watchmen Ordinance Chapter However, there were many problems with that system of regulation—for example, there were no restrictions as to whom may establish private security service companies to provide security services to a client.
Also, there was no regulation of people whom may perform installation of security systems. Some employers hired "caretakers" instead of security guards to avoid their responsibilities under the ordinance in formal definition, "caretakers" are supposed to provide facilities management service, although security service, which provided to residential properties, takes some parts of facilities management service.
Security device means a device designed or adapted to be installed in any premises or place, except on or in a vehicle, for the purpose of detecting or recording- Amended 25 of s. Qualification for security guards vary from country to country. Different requirements have to be completed before applying for this job.
The permit is valid for five years. All holders must renew their permit before it expires, or they will lose their qualification to work, as such, until their permit is renewed. The type A and Type B security service are gradually combined with property management service, though the boundary between these two industries is unclear.
Security Guards in Hong Kong do not have special powers of arrest above that of the ordinary citizen, i. The Section in the Criminal Procedure Ordinance addresses that arrest of an offender by a private citizen is allowed in certain circumstances if the offender is attempting an arrestable offense. Once arrested, the suspect must be delivered to a police office as soon as possible.
An arrestable offence is defined as any crime carrying a sentence of more than 12 months imprisonment. No security personnel are allowed to search other person, nor are they allowed to get personal information from other people, with the exception of some specific circumstances. In Israel , almost all security guards carry a firearm, primarily to prevent terror attacks.
Security guards are common: they perform entrance checks at shopping malls, transportation terminals, government and other office buildings, and many stores. Many locations with a high number of visitors, such as the Jerusalem Central Bus Station , employ X-ray machines to check passenger's bags; in other places, they are opened and visually inspected. Since , private security guards companies as Mikud have also replaced official security forces at some checkpoints inside and on the border of the West Bank , as well as the crossings to Gaza.
Peninsular Malaysia allows for the use of Nepalese security guards whereby East Malaysian immigration policy does not allow the use of foreign workers to be employed in the security industry. Security guards along with the rest of the private security industry are regulated under Act 56 of , Private Security Industry Regulation Act.
Private security guards have outnumbered police officers since the s, predating the heightened concern about security brought on by the September 11, , attacks. The more than 1 million contract security officers, and an equal number of guards estimated to work directly for U. Security guards have the same powers of arrest as a private citizen, called a "private person" arrest, "any person" arrest, or " citizen's arrest ".
If weapons are carried, additional permits and training are usually required. Armed security personnel are generally employed to protect sensitive sites such as government and military installations, armored money transports, casinos, banks and other financial institutions, and nuclear power plants. However, armed security is quickly becoming a standard for vehicle patrol officers and on many other non-government sites. The responsibilities of security guards in the United States are expanding in scope.
For example, a trend is the increasing use of private security to support services previously provided by police departments. James F. Pastor addresses substantive legal and public policy issues which directly or indirectly relate to the provision of security services.
These can be demonstrated by the logic of alternative or supplemental service providers. The use of private police has particular appeal because property or business owners can directly contract for public safety services, thereby providing welcome relief for municipal budgets. Finally, private police functions can be flexible, depending upon the financial, organizational, political, and circumstances of the client.
Arizona — Licensed security companies are required to provide eight hours of pre-assignment training to all persons employed as security guards before the employee acts in the capacity of a security guard. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, undergo a criminal history background check through the California Department of Justice DOJ and the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI , and complete a hour course of required training.
This required training is broken down into smaller training sections and time-lines. The first is 8 hours of BSIS-designed instruction on powers to arrest and weapons. Then, within 30 days of getting the individual officers license, they must receive 16 hours of training on various mandatory and elective courses. Finally, within 6 months of getting their license, they must receive an additional 16 hours of training on various mandatory and elective courses.
California security officers are also required to complete 8 hours of annual training on security-related topics, in addition to the initial 40 hours of training. The training and exam may be administered by any private patrol operator or by any of a large number of certified training facilities. This training can be in the classroom or online. New Jersey — As of all security personnel employed by a "security officer company" which provides security services to other entities by contract must undergo a state mandated certified training program.
This law, commonly referred to as SORA, is the state's effort to increase the quality of security personnel. Security personnel employed by other types of businesses do not require the SORA certification card. However, those employed by the Atlantic City casinos are required to have the state issued "Casino Employee Registration" card.
New Mexico — As of all security guards must undergo FBI background checks and a certified training program. Guards who carry firearms must also undergo additional training with a firearm through an approved firearms instructor and pass a psychological exam. Louisiana R. Special Officers may make arrest for felony or misdemeanor offenses on the property or area they are to protect, patrol, or in relation to their direct assignment. The Special Officer when making an arrest may pat down the arrested subject for weapons.
Special Officers are to turn over arrested subjects and pertaining evidence to a New Orleans Police Officer. Special Officers or to honor all subpoenas on arrest made and appear in court to testify. Special Officers when not on a particular assignment are regarded as private citizens and have no Police Power.
However, Special Officers still may make an arrest for a felony, whether in or out of his presence, while not on a particular assignment, under Louisiana Law CCRP art. The purpose of the Private Protective Services Board is to administer the licensing, education and training requirements for persons, firms, associations and corporations engaged in private protective services within North Carolina. The board is totally fee funded and is staffed by departmental employees directed on a daily basis by the Director, who is appointed by the Attorney General.
There are two classifications for an officer: armed and unarmed. While an unarmed officer is required to take a hour class of training and instruction to become certified, an armed officer must take additional hours of classroom training as well as qualify on a gun range with the firearm which will be carried on duty. To be licensed as an unarmed officer an individual must be at least 18 years of age and undergo 40 hours of classroom training and pass criminal history checks.
Armed guards must be 21 years of age, have another 40 hours of classroom training, qualify with their firearm and pass a psychological evaluation. Pennsylvania — No licensing requirements to be an unarmed security guard. However, anyone who carried a firearm or other "lethal weapon" in the course and scope of their employment must be trained as a "Certified Agent" and successfully complete a hour training course including shooting range time in order to be certified to carry weapons while on duty under the Lethal Weapons Training Act commonly referred to as Act certification.
Certification involves completing a medical physical exam, a psychological examination, classroom training and qualifying on a pistol range, with firing of 50 rounds of ammo larger than a. Agents are also required to qualify on a shotgun. The certification is good for five years at which time an eight-hour refresher course must be taken or the certification is revoked.
South Carolina — All Security Officers have the same authority and power of arrest as Sheriff's Deputies, while on the property they are paid to protect, and according to Attorney General Alan Wilson, are considered Law Enforcement for the purpose of making arrests and swearing out a warrant before the magistrate. Training for unarmed officers is 8 hours, an additional 8 hours is required for a security weapons permit or a concealed security weapons permit.
Additional hours are required to be documented for officers issuing public or private tickets as well as officers who will be using batons, pepper spray or tasers. Louis, Missouri — Security officers are required to be licensed by the St. Louis County Police Department or St. Louis Police Department. Louis County security officer training is a two-day class and yearly renewal class. Armed officers must shoot bi-annually to keep their armed status.
County license is called a Metropolitan License, meaning it is good for St. Louis City and County. Louis City web site has all the information regarding licensing requirements, as they are the same in the city and county. Texas — There are three types of Security Officer license types in the state of Texas. Each requires a certain level of training. Every two years the card must be renewed, by completing an in-service with a certified instructor. To be certified as an armed security officer one must complete an additional 24 hours of firearms training, 8 hours of training in conducting a lawful arrest, and qualification with the type and caliber of weapon they intend to carry.
Firearms endorsements must be renewed annually by completing an in-service and passing a firearms qualification. Certified armed security officers are authorized under state code to arrest  for any offense committed in their presence while they are on duty at the location they are hired to protect. Unarmed officers have no arrest powers. They also are granted the authority by the state law to issue summons to appear in court  for felonies and misdemeanors.
Virginia also allows security officers to attend additional 40 hours of training to become certified as Conservators of the Peace Special Police for the company employing them. This appointment is performed by a Circuit Court Judge, wherein the officer is actually sworn in and has the powers of a police officer on property they are working, as well as the lawful duty to act upon witnessing any felony and the ability to pursue fleeing felons.
Such sworn officers are also permitted the use of sirens and red lights. Those who handle K-9s, work as dispatchers, alarm responders, private investigators, instructors, bounty hunters, armored car couriers and Executive Protection Specialists are other categories of training regulated by DCJS with additional training requirements.
Security personnel are not police officers, unless they are security police. Security personnel derive their powers from state or provincial laws, which allow them a contractual arrangement with clients that give them Agent of the Owner powers. This includes a nearly unlimited power to question with the absence of probable cause requirements that frequently dog public law enforcement officers.
Some jurisdictions do commission or deputize security officers and give them limited additional powers, particularly when employed in protecting public property such as mass transit stations. This is a special case that is often unique to a particular jurisdiction or locale.
Additionally, security officers may also be called upon to act as an agent of law enforcement if a police officer, sheriff's deputy, etc. Some security officers do have reserve police powers and are typically employed directly by governmental agencies. Typically, these are sworn law enforcement personnel whose duties primarily involve the security of a government installation, and are also a special case.
Other local and state governments occasionally enter into special contracts with security agencies to provide patrol services in public areas. These personnel are sometimes referred to as "private police officers". Sometimes, police officers work as security personnel while not on duty. This is usually done for extra income, and work is particularly done in hazardous jobs such as bodyguard work and bouncers outside nightclubs.
Police are called in when a situation warrants a higher degree of authority to act upon reported observations that security does not have the authority to act upon. However, some states allow Licensed Security Officers full arrest powers equal to those of a Sheriff's Deputy.
One massive resource, filled with significant numbers of personnel, armed with a wide array of technology, and directed by professionals who have spent their entire adult lifetimes learning how to prevent and reduce crime, has not been tapped by governments in the fight against criminality.
The private security industry, with over one million workers, sophisticated alarm systems and perimeter safeguards, armored trucks, sophisticated mini-computers, and thousands of highly skilled crime prevention experts, offers a potential for coping with crime that can not be equalled by any other remedy or approach Underutilized by police, all but ignored by prosecutors and the judiciary, and unknown to corrections officials, the private security professional may be the only person in this society who has the knowledge to effectively prevent crime.
Private Security personnel initially outnumbered police. From the Australian Bureau of Statistics Report in there were 52, full-time security officers in the security industry compared to 44, police officers. But since Security Industry Regulation Act it has dropped to less than half that. The trend in the UK at the time of writing March is one of polarisation. The market in Manned Guarding the security industry term for the security guards most people are familiar with is diverging toward two opposite extremes; one typified by a highly trained and well paid security officer; the other with security officers on or about minimum wage with only the minimum training required by law.
Within the "in-house" sector, where security personnel are not subject to licensing under the Private Security Industry Act , the same divergence can be seen, with some companies opting for in-house security to maintain control of their standards, while others use it as a route to cheaper, non-regulated, security.
Economist Robert B. Reich , in his book The Work of Nations , stated that in the United States, the number of private security guards and officers was comparable to the number of publicly paid police officers. He used this phenomenon as an example of the general withdrawal of the affluent from existing communities where governments provide public services. Instead, the wealthy pay to provide their own premium services, through voluntary, exclusive associations.
As taxpayer resistance has limited government budgets, and as the demand for secure homes in gated communities has grown, these trends have continued in the s and s. In the aftermath of the September 11, attacks , the trend in the US is one of a quiet transformation of the role of security guards into first responders in case of a terrorist attack or major disaster. This has resulted in longer guard instruction hours, extra training in terrorism tactics and increased laws governing private security companies in some states.
The vigiles were soldiers assigned to guard the city of Rome , often credited as the origin of both security personnel and police, although their principal duty was as a fire brigade. There have been night watchmen since at least the Middle Ages in Europe; walled cities of ancient times also had watchmen. A special chair appeared in Europe sometime in the late Middle Ages, called the watchman's chair ; this unupholstered wooden chair had a forward slanting seat to prevent the watchman from dozing off during duty.
Many security guards in Canada are unionized. In contrast to the legal restrictions in the United States, Canadian labour relations boards will certify bargaining units of security guards for a Canadian Labour Congress CLC -affiliated union or in the same union with other classifications of employees.
Section 9 B 3 of the act prevents the National Labor Relations Board NLRB from certifying for collective bargaining any unit which mixes security employees with non-security employees. This restricts the ability of security employees to join any union that also represents other types of employees. In order to attract good employees, employers must take into consideration the cost of living in a city or region as well as the availability of qualified workers.
Armed casino security jobs may pay more, but may also require extra training and special licensing. Your salary will increase significantly in the security field if you advance to management. The employment website Salary. Security directors typically need at least three years of managerial experience and may require a bachelor's degree with a specialization in management or computer science. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment among gaming surveillance officers is expected to grow 3 percent by This is considered an average growth rate when compared to other jobs.
As more states and localities legalize gambling, aspiring casino security guards will see additional job opportunities. Applicants who have experience using video surveillance equipment and computers are expected to have the best employment prospects.
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