All Unarmed & Armed Private Security Officer Licenses Expire On November 30th Of Every Even Numbered Year (2020)
If you have had a Utah unarmed or armed private security officer license within the past 2 years (expired on 11/30/2018) you are required to complete all applicable continuing education and renew your security license. You cannot apply as a new applicant or use any of the initial unarmed or armed training as continuing education. To read more about continuing education read the information below or contact us.
All UNARMED private security officers are required to complete 32 hours of continuing education every two years.
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- Security Officer: Power To Arrest And Weapons Of Mass Destruction/Terrorism Awareness - 8 Hours
- Security Officer: Professional Conduct, Ethics, & Sexual Harassment - 4 Hours
- Security Officer: Responding To & Documenting Critical Events - 4 Hours
- Security Officer: Legal Responsibilities And Use Of Force - 4 Hours
- Security Officer: General Duties, Writing Reports, & Conducting Patrols - 6 Hours
* The remaining 2 hours can be obtained by completing training for Adult First Aid/CPR/AED from the American Red Cross.
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Failure to complete ALL required continuing education before renewing an unarmed or armed private security officer license a violation of Unlawful & Unprofessional Conduct, punishable as a crime as a Class A Misdemeanor.
58-1-501. Unlawful and unprofessional conduct.
(1) "Unlawful conduct" means conduct, by any person, that is defined as unlawful under this title and includes:
(e) obtaining a passing score on a licensure examination, applying for or obtaining a license, or otherwise dealing with the division or a licensing board through the use of fraud, forgery, or intentional deception, misrepresentation, misstatement, or omission;
(2) "Unprofessional conduct" means conduct, by a licensee or applicant, that is defined as unprofessional conduct under this title or under any rule adopted under this title and includes:
(h) practicing or attempting to practice an occupation or profession requiring licensure under this title by any form of action or communication which is false, misleading, deceptive, or fraudulent;
58-1-502. Unlawful and unprofessional conduct -- Penalties.
(1) Unless otherwise specified in this title, a person who violates the unlawful conduct provisions defined in this title is guilty of a class A misdemeanor.