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[2/30] WHITE HOUSE VIDEO MESSAGE: Celebrating Easter and Passover

[3/30] President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts

[4/30] Statement by the President on Easter Weekend

[5/30] Executive Order -- Expanding Eligibility for the Defense Meritorious Service Medal

[6/30] Statement by the President

[7/30] Statement by the Press Secretary on S. 2195

[8/30] Remarks by the President at Presentation of the Commander-in-Chief Trophy to the U.S. Naval Academy

[9/30] White House Announces 2014 Spring Garden Events

[10/30] Presidential Proclamation -- National Park Week, 2014

[11/30] Remarks by the First Lady at Discussion with High School and College Students

[12/30] Readout of the Vice President’s Call with Prime Minister Robert Fico of Slovakia

[13/30] Readout of the Vice President’s Call with President Rosen Plevneliev of Bulgaria

[14/30] Readout of the President’s Call with Prime Minister Cameron of United Kingdom

[15/30] Press Conference by the President, 4/17/14

[16/30] Statement by the President on the Passing of Nobel Laureate Gabriel García Marquez

[17/30] Readout of the President’s Call with Chancellor Merkel of Germany

[18/30] FACT SHEET: Affordable Care Act by the Numbers

[19/30] President Obama Signs Montana Disaster Declaration

[20/30] Statement by the President on the Tragic Ferry Sinking Off the Coast of the Republic of Korea

[21/30] Remarks by the President Welcoming the Wounded Warrior Project's Soldier Ride

[22/30] First Lady Michelle Obama to Address 2014 Graduating Seniors

[23/30] FACT SHEET: Building on Progress – Supporting Solar Deployment and Jobs

[24/30] Remarks by the President and the Vice President on Skills Training

[25/30] Press Gaggle by Press Secretary Jay Carney en route Pittsburgh, PA, 4/16/2014

[26/30] Statement by the President

[27/30] FACT SHEET - American Job Training Investments: Skills and Jobs to Build a Stronger Middle Class

[28/30] Remarks by Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Lisa O. Monaco

[29/30] Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney, 4/15/2014

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Nebraska Security Licensing







The Licensing Division of Nebraska protects the public interest by licensing several occupations. The division oversees the licensing of collection agencies, debt management agencies, private detectives, athlete agents, and polygraph and voice stress examiners

Security Guard License Nebraska requires its prospective security guards applying for license to:

1. Be 18 years old for unarmed guards; 21 years old for armed guards;

2. submit a correctly answered questionnaire

3. have a valid driver's license

4. have a State of Alabama Pistol License (for armed guards) 
Applicants shall:

1. be legal residents of the United States and

2. not have been convicted in the State of Nebraska or in any other state or territory of the United States of any misdemeanorinvolving child abuse or neglect or any felony.

3. be subject to a criminal background check.

4.The applicant shall submit the fee for a state and national criminal history check, in addition to the license fee, along with a full set of fingerprints to the commission when applying for a license.

The executive director shall submit the fingerprints and the fee for the criminal history check to the Nebraska State Patrol for a state and national criminal history record information check through the Federal Bureau of Investigation.


Required Training


The amount of training guards receive varies. Training requirements are higher for armed guards because their employers are legally responsible for any use of force. Armed guards receive formal training in areas such as weapons retention and laws covering the use of force.

Guards who carry weapons must be licensed by the appropriate government authority, and some receive further certification as special police officers, which allows them to make limited types of arrests while on duty. Armed guard positions have more stringent background checks and entry requirements than those of unarmed guards because of greater insurance liability risks. Compared to unarmed security guards, armed guards and special police typically enjoy higher earnings and benefits, greater job security, more advancement potential, and usually are given more training and responsibility.


More Information


Interested applicants may visit:

Secretary of State

State Capitol, Suite 2300

Lincoln, NE 68509






Private Detective Licensing

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