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Title 13 . Public Safety
Chapter 60 . Vessel Maintenance
Section 110. Training required

13 AAC 60.110. Training required

(a) All security guard applicants, before issuance of a temporary permit or submission of an application to the department, must have received at least eight hours of general preassignment training relating to their duties and responsibilities as a guard.

(b) All security guards are required to complete satisfactorily at least 40 hours of inservice training within 180 days after employment. Training must include, but need not be limited to

(1) law of arrest;

(2) law of search and seizure;

(3) duties and responsibilities to the employer and client;

(4) fire prevention;

(5) first aid; and

(6) patrol techniques.

(c) All security guards must pass an annual refresher course of at least eight hours on the topics in (b) of this section. Failure to pass the refresher course may be grounds for revocation of a security guard license.

(d) Repealed 12/21/2002.

(e) Repealed 12/21/2002.

(f) Firearms training required under 13 AAC 60.085(2) may only be administered by

(1) a person certified as a qualified firearms trainer by a federal, military, state, county, or municipal law enforcement agency; or

(2) an employee of a security guard agency who has certification from a nationally recognized organization attesting to his qualifications as an instructor.

(g) Renewal applications must contain a certification stating that the required training has been successfully completed.

History: Eff. 5/29/77, Register 62; am 12/21/2002, Register 164

Authority: AS 18.65.440

AS 18.65.450

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