N.J. Admin. Code § 13:31A-3.4 - Application for burglar alarm or fire alarm licensure: individual and business firm
(a) All applications for individuals seeking licensure to engage in the alarm business shall include the following information and materials:
1. The name, date of birth, residence, and present and previous occupations of the applicant;
2. Two, two-inch by two-inch passport-size photographs of the applicant;
3. A list of all criminal offenses of which the applicant has been convicted, including the date and place of each conviction and the name under which the applicant was convicted, if other than the name on the application;
4. The applicant's fingerprints provided in such manner as directed by the Division;
5. A copy of the applicant's high school diploma or equivalency certificate, or if a copy cannot be provided, a certification from the applicant verifying that he or she holds a high school diploma or equivalency certificate;
6. An affidavit from the applicant's previous employer verifying that the applicant has satisfied the experience requirements set forth in 13:31A-3.1. If an applicant cannot obtain an affidavit from his or her previous employer, the applicant may submit copies of the applicant's W2 form to verify the experience requirements set forth in 13:31A-3.1;
7. Evidence of having successfully completed the technical training courses set forth in 13:31A-3.1; and
8. A certified check or money order payable to the Committee in the amount of the application fee set forth in 13:31A-1.4. Payment for the criminal history records check shall be in the amount and by the means set forth in the application.
(b) Upon review of the materials in (a) above, the Committee shall advise the applicant that he or she is eligible to take the burglar alarm or the fire alarm examination.
(c) All applications by business firms seeking a burglar alarm or fire alarm business license shall include the following information and materials:
1. The name, date of birth, residence, present and previous occupations of the business qualifier and each member, officer or director of the business firm, the address of the principal place of business of the firm and the location of all branch offices, if applicable;
2. The fingerprints of all persons provided pursuant to (c)1 above, provided in such manner as directed by the Division;
3. Evidence of general liability insurance and insurance coverage or a surety bond as provided in 13:31A-3.5; and
4. A certified check or money order payable to the Committee in the amount of the application fee set forth in 13:31A-1.4.
(d) If an individual or business firm seeking licensure to engage in the burglar alarm or fire alarm business files with the Committee fingerprints of a person other than those specified in the application, the application shall be denied and the applicant shall be guilty of a fourth degree crime.
(e) If an individual or business firm seeking licensure to engage in the burglar alarm or fire alarm business falsifies any information contained in the application as required pursuant to (a) and (c) above, the applicant shall be denied a license pursuant to the provisions of 13:31A-1.9.
(f) A nonresident military spouse as defined in N.J.A.C. 13:31A-3.10(a) may apply for a temporary courtesy license to engage in the alarm business if he or she satisfies the criteria set forth in N.J.A.C. 13:31A-3.10(b) through (f).
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