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(a) The word "security" must be clearly visible on all uniforms. The word "security" may be displayed on a cloth or metal badge, shoulder patch, or name tag.
(b) The agency name must be clearly visible on all uniforms.
(c) Patrol vehicles must be clearly marked with the agency name and the designation "security."
(d) A security guard agency may issue its own company identification card to its employees. The company identification card may not contain any indication that the holder or the agency is licensed by the State of Alaska.
(e) A licensee authorized to carry a firearm must be in company uniform while on duty and carrying the firearm.
(f) A licensee authorized to carry a firearm may not conceal the firearm on the licensee's person unless the licensee holds a valid concealed handgun permit issued by this state, another state, or a political subdivision of another state.
History: Eff. 5/29/77, Register 62; am 12/21/2002, Register 164
Authority: AS 18.65.450
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