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1300 Board of Examiners of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies
24 DE Admin. Code 1300
Pursuant to the Guidelines in 29 Del.C. Section 10118(a)(1)-(7), the Board of Examiners of Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies ("Board") hereby issues this Order. Following notice and a public hearing on the proposed adoption of amendments to rule 13.0 – Agency Licensing Fees/Structure, the Board makes the following Findings and Conclusions:
10. The Board therefore adopts the amendment pursuant to 24 Del.C. Section 1304(b)(3) and guidelines of 29 Del.C. Section 10118 of the Administrative Procedures Act. See, Strauss v. Silverman, Del. Supr., 399 A.2d 192 (1979).
1.1 No person licensed under 24 Del.C. §§1315 & 1317 shall carry a firearm unless that person has first passed an approved firearms course of instruction and an initial qualification administered by an approved certified firearms instructor. The course of instruction shall include a minimum 40 hours of training. The Professional Licensing Section may waive the 40 hour training requirement depending upon the applicant's professional credentials, training and/or work experience (i.e. prior law enforcement).
2.2.4 An armored car company or agency, as defined by 24 Del.C. §1302(1), dealing with a credible threat or genuine risk to life or to property.
4.1 Each person licensed as a security guard under 24 Del.C. Ch. 13 shall undertake a total of sixteen (16) hours of training through a program approved by the Board, and any such additional training as the Board deems appropriate. Satisfactory completion of the sixteen (16) hours of training shall be certified by mandatory testing with a passing grade of 75%. The test will be administered by Delaware Technical Community College (DTCC).
6.1 In addition to those qualifications set forth in 24 Del.C. Ch. 13, no person required to be licensed under this chapter shall be issued a license, if that person has been convicted of Assault III within the last three (3) years.
6.2 For the purposes of 24 Del.C. Ch. 13, the Professional Licensing Section may deny an application for a license or suspend or revoke a license if the applicant or licensee has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime involving moral turpitude. A misdemeanor crime involving moral turpitude includes, but is not limited to, the following crimes in the Delaware Code (or similar crimes under the laws of other jurisdictions):
6.3 Anyone applying for licensure under 24 Del.C. Ch. 13 shall not be issued a license if they have any pending criminal charge(s) for any crimes listed in this Chapter.
6.4 The Professional Licensing Section may suspend anyone licensed under 24 Del.C. Ch. 13 who has been arrested and that arrest could result in the conviction of any misdemeanor or felony as described in this Chapter.
10.1 No person licensed under 24 Del.C. Ch. 13 shall wear or display any uniform, patch, badge, seal, vehicle and the markings, letterhead, business card, advertisement, or other form of publication unless first approved by the Board of Examiners.
10.5.1 No vehicle utilized for purposes covered by 24 Del.C. Ch. 13 shall have an appearance that creates a reasonable likelihood of confusion with a police vehicle used by the Delaware State Police or a law enforcement agency of any state or governmental subdivision. The Board of Examiners shall have discretion to review the appearance of vehicles, and to make comparisons with known law enforcement vehicles, in order to enforce this Rule.
11.1 Anyone licensed under 24 Del.C. Ch. 13 shall submit an alphabetical personnel roster and a job site list to the Professional Licensing Section by the tenth of every month. Alphabetical personnel rosters shall include the full name, DOB, race, sec, expiration date, and position code of each individual in your employ. For example:
12.1 All persons licensed under 24 Del.C. Ch.13 shall keep and maintain at their place of business, at all times, a book that shall contain the names and positions of all employees along with the location that each employee is assigned to work. This book shall contain all current personnel information and at all times shall be current and up-to-date to include a copy of the current ID card, the list of weapons/items each employee is qualified to carry, the certification/expiration dates, scores and the serial number of the weapon/item, if applicable, and a current copy of the mandatory 16 hours security guard training and test certification.
13.1.1.1.2 $5,000 Bond – minimum one year
13.1.1.2.2 $10,000 Bond – minimum one year
13.1.2.1.2 $10,000 Bond – minimum one year
13.2.1.1.2 $5,000 Bond – minimum one year
13.2.1.2.2 $10,000 Bond – minimum one year
13.2.2.1.2 $10,000 Bond – minimum one year
13.3.1.1.2 $10,000 Bond – minimum one year
13.3.1.2.2 $15,000 Bond – minimum one year
13.3.2.1.1.2 $15,000 Bond – minimum one year
13.4.1.3 $10,000 Bond – minimum one year
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