Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-11-4 - Basic course for security guard

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) Each security guard applicant shall submit to the commission satisfactory proof, upon a form approved by the commission, that the applicant has successfully completed a basic course that includes at least 40 hours of instruction in the following areas:
(1) Kansas criminal statutes;
(2) Kansas parimutuel racing act, K.S.A. 1987 Supp. 74-8801 et seq., and amendments to it;
(3) criminal procedure;
(4) constitutional rights;
(5) human behavior;
(6) security operations and procedures;
(7) first aid;
(8) firearms;
(9) defense tactics;
(10) report writing;
(11) court and administrative procedures; and
(12) emergency procedures.
(b) Any security guard applicant's instruction in a subject area listed in subsection (a) may be waived by the commission if the applicant has been certified by the Kansas law enforcement training commission or if the Kansas law enforcement training commission notifies the commission that the individual is eligible for certification by the Kansas law enforcement training commission.
(c) Each organization licensee's director of security shall be responsible for the instruction of each security guard applicant in the subject areas listed in subsection (a) using resources, training personnel and standards approved by the commission.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 112-11-4
Authorized by K.S.A. 1987 Supp. 74-8804, as amended by L. 1988, Ch. 315, Sec. 3; implementing K.S.A. 1987 Supp. 74-8804, as amended by L. 1988, Ch. 315, Sec. 3, K.S.A. 1987 Supp. 74-8816, as amended by L. 1988, Ch. 316, Sec. 4; effective, T-112-2-23-89, Feb. 23, 1989; effective June 19, 1989.

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