POWERS TO ARREST
POWERS TO ARREST ($270)
MODULE A ($270)
As per senate bill AB2880 – Includes DOJ, FBI & LiveScan fees + State License
The Power to Arrest Course consists of four (4) hours of training in both of the following two (2) subjects:
• Powers to Arrest (4 hrs)
Objective: To familiarize and instruct the individual on the training topics delineated at Business and Professions Code section 7583.7, including, without limitation, legal aspects, techniques, liability, and company requirements relating to the arrest of an individual. The training will utilize the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Power to Arrest Training Manual and may include lecture, discussion, exercises and role-playing.
• Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) & Terrorism Awareness (4hrs)
Objective: To familiarize and instruct the individual on the subject matter and observation skills required to identify and report precursor activities to a terrorist event, react appropriately, report the occurrence of a terrorist event, and remain safe while helping control the scene after a terrorist event. The training will utilize the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Weapons of Mass Destruction & Terrorism Awareness for Security Professionals course consisting of Digital Video Disk (DVD), Student Workbook and Facilitator Manual.
MODULE B ($200)
16 hours of training after 30 days
Objective: To familiarize and instruct the individual in basic skill and provide a common body of knowledge in the performance of security guard work. all courses shall include information and subject matter pertaining to the outline provided. Additionally, all courses shall include written material, lecture or exercises to ensure that the individual comprehends the subject matter presented. Every newly licensed or employed security guard shall complete two of the mandatory courses within thirty (30) days from the day the guard’s registration card is issued (8hrs) or the day the guard begins employment. The remaining two mandatory courses each consisting of four (4) hours of instruction, shall be completed within the first six (6) months from the day the guard registration card is issued or the day the guard beings employment as a security guard. pursuant to business and professions code section 7583.6 (b) the following outline includes subjects that shall be taught and the maximum number of hours that will be allowed for completion of the mandatory courses.
• Public Relations, Community & Customer (4 hours)
• Observation & Documentation (4 hours)
• Communication and its Significance (4 Hours)
• Liability and Legal Aspects (4 hours)
MODULE C ($200)
16 Hours of training prior to first 6 months
Objective: To familiarize and instruct the individual in basic employer requirements relating to the performance of guard duties. Additionally, to provide the employer and the individual with the opportunity to select additional course work to improve the skills and knowledge of the individual. The listed courses should include a mixture of written material, lecture and exercises. The hours listed are the minimum number of hours that will be accepted as part of the 16 hours of elective training mandated by the Business and Professions Code section 7583.6. Every newly licensed security guard shall complete a minimum of forty (40) hours of elective courses within thirty (30) days from the day the security guard’s registration card is issued or the day the guard begins employment. Elective courses shall be complete within the first six (6) months from the day the security guard’s registration card is issued or the day the guard begins employment. Pursuant to Business and Professions Code Section 7583.6 (b). the following outline includes subjects that shall be taught and the maximum number of hours that will be allowed for completion of the elective courses.
The Following Are Electives:
|• Post Orders & Assignments – 4 Hrs||• Crowd Control – 4 Hrs|
|• Employer Policies and Orientation – 4 Hrs||• Driver Safety – 4 Hrs|
|• Evacuation Procedures – 2 Hrs||• Supervision – 4 Hrs|
|• Officer Safety – 4 Hrs||• Courtroom Demeanor|
|• Arrests, Search & Seizure – 4 Hrs (more advanced that PTA course)||• Parking and Traffic Control|
|• Access Control – 2 Hrs||• Radio Procedures – 2 Hrs|
|• Trespass – 4 Hrs||• BSIS’s Certified Course in Firearms Training – 8 Hrs|
|• Laws, Codes, Regulations and Ordinances – 2 Hrs||• BSIS’s Certified Course in Baton Training – 4 Hrs|
|• First Aid and CPS – 4 Hrs||• School Security Guard Training – 8 Hrs (in compliance with bureau syllabus)|
|• Handling Difficult People – 4 Hrs||• Introduction to Executive Protection – 4 Hrs|
|• Work Place Violence – 4 Hrs||• Introduction to Executive Protection – 4 Hrs|
|• Chemical Agents – 4 Hrs||• Fire Safety Course – 4 Hrs|
|• Preserving the Incident Scene – 4 Hrs||• Course in the Use of a Stun Gun or Air Taser – 4 Hrs|
MODULE D ($100)
Eight (8) hours of training, yearly recertification
Objective: To provide additional or remedial instruction in private security subject matter. The continuing education requirement, of an additional 8 hours annually pursuant to Business and Professions Code section 7583.6 (f) (1), commenced on January 5, 2005.
The annual training may be provided by an independent training entity or may be provided by the employer. Employer provided training should be supported by evaluation of the licensed guards’ skills. The annual training may repeat previous course(s), or may provide additional course(s) on topics applicable to private security work.
The Elective courses with 4 hour maximum time limitations for the initial Skills Training Course for Security Guards may be expanded in depth to 8 hours courses, with the exception of the WMD and Terrorism Awareness, to meet the annual training hours.
Additionally, training in use of specific types of batons or a four (4) hour refresher course every other year may also be utilized to meet the continuing education requirements.
For each course completed, the training entity or company providing the training shall issue a Certificate of Completion to the individual completing the course in compliance with the appearance requirements stated in Title 16, California Code of Regulations, section 643 (b).