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ARKANSAS SECURITY LICENSING AND INFORMATION


 

JURISDICTIONAL, LICENSING, AND REGULATION CONCERNS

 

Arkansas private investigator Association

 

Website: www.aappi.org

 

 

Arkansas

 

Arkansas has reciprocity agreements with some states; however the Investigator must have been licensed in the state for at least two years in order for Arkansas to honor the reciprocity.

Reference Website: http://www.asp.state.ar.us/divisions/rs/rs_index.html#private

 

Contact Information:


Website: http://www.asp.state.ar.us/divisions/rs/rs_index.html#private

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Licensing Division Arkansas State Police Headquarters, 1 State Police Plaza Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas, United States, 72209

Phone: (501) 618-8600

 

Associations:

Arkansas Association of Professional Private Investigators

 

Citation Statute:

Arkansas Statutes §17-40-101 – 117-40-107


Qualifications Requirement:

The requirements for obtaining an Arkansas private investigators license include a minimum of two consecutive years of investigation experience. This experience must be documented in writing by the company or agency where the investigations were assigned or ordered.

Reciprocity: Arkansas reciprocates on private investigator licenses with the following states: Tennessee, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.

Official reciprocity with Tennessee, Louisiana, Oklahoma.

Testing: Applicants must take and pass the state board exam

Fees: $225.00 for original license

$41.25 for background check

Renewal Information: $150.00 for renewal fees

$41.25 for background check


Arkansas private Investigator Licensing

 

Arkansas State requires licensing for Private Investigators, Security Guards and Agencies.


State Licensing Authority: Arkansas State Police

Website: http://www.asp.state.ar.us/asp/directory.html

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Phone: 501-618-8000

Only Licensed investigators can conduct investigations in Arkansas. These licenses are only good in Arkansas, there is no State Reciprocity.

 

UNARMED SECURITY LICENSING IN ARKANSAS

The unarmed security guard in the state of Arkansas must be licensed to work within the security sector. There are certain requirements they must fulfill in order to obtain state licensing that includes personal information and training at a state certified facility. The unarmed security guard license will be issued by the Arkansas Department of Public Safety and will be valid for four years. During the four years, the license is valid each year the applicant must take a refresher course to keep their unarmed security guard license in good standing. The unarmed security guard will find many employment opportunities once the requirements have been met and the Department of Public Safety has issues the Arkansas license. It is against the rules to work in as an unarmed security guard in the state of Arkansas without a license. The personal requirements are:

 

  • The applicant must be at least 21 years of age.
  • The applicant must hold a high school diploma or an equivalency certification.
  • They must prove the right to work within the United States.
  • They will submit to a background check.
  • The applicant will be fingerprinted.
  • The applicant must not have any convictions for felonies.
  • The applicant must take a state certified training course prior to applying for an Arkansas unarmed security guard license.

 

The training the unarmed security guard trainee will need is a state certified course, which will prepare the applicant to work in the security environment. This training will include education in the laws that will pertain to their employment and the training needed to handle emergencies. The training will include:

 

  • The legal and ethical issues in Arkansas.
  • There will be training for medical emergencies.
  • Emergency fire training.
  • Apprehending and holding suspects
  • Professionalism in working with official agencies

 

The trained unarmed security guard will be educated to handle medical and fire emergencies. They will understand the proper format when dealing with police and fire officials and how to professionally handle criminal suspects. The training will need to be updated yearly in order to keep the four year unarmed security guard license current. The license must be renewed prior to the expiration date of the four-year license.

The trained and licensed Arkansas unarmed security guard will find employment in many areas of the security sector and will be required once employed to keep their license current. They may also be requested to hold a valid Arkansas driver’s license. Employment the applicant will be will be qualified for are places such as:

 

  • Malls and retail stores.
  • Public and private office buildings
  • Schools and colleges
  • State and federal buildings
  • Parks and other outdoor facilities
  • Stadiums

 

These are some of the employment opportunities and there are also private unarmed security positions that are available to the Arkansas unarmed security guard. The state certified training, which will prepare the unarmed guard to work efficiently in any of these positions, whether public or private in a professional manner.

 

ARMED SECURITY LICENSING IN ARKANSAS

he state of Arkansas has requirements that must be met prior to any person being issued an armed security guard license, these requirements are both personal and required training. The training for an armed security guard in the state of Arkansas requires more training than the unarmed guard due to the larger risk, and this includes weapon training. The training and the personal information that is required are designed to license a person that is qualified to be a professional with the ability to carry a firearm. These are the reasons why there is a required background check, fingerprints and a no felony conviction stipulation.   The Arkansas Department of Public Safety will issue the armed security guard license, which will be valid for the amount of four years with yearly refresher courses required. The requirements to apply for the armed security license in Arkansas are:

 

  • The applicant must be at least 21 years of age.
  • The applicant must possess a high school diploma or an equivalency certificate.
  • The appropriate state certified training will be completed.
  • A complete background check will be done.
  • The applicant will be fingerprinted.
  • The applicant will successfully pass drug testing.
  • The applicant will provide proof of citizenship or the legal right to work in the United States.

 

The applicant will not have any felony convictions on their record.

These requirements will need to be met along with the state certified training and weapons training that is required prior to an Arkansas armed security guard license being issued. The courses are to prepare the applicant to work in the security sector with professionalism. The training required will include:


  • Legal and ethical issues
  • Training in medical emergencies
  • Professionalism in the work environment
  • The legal limits of force in the state of Arkansas
  • Weapons training
  • Marksmanship and target training
  • Non-lethal force

 

The state certified training is structured to educate the armed security guard, so when working in the security sector the emergencies that can arise are handled properly. This can include medical emergencies, criminal activity and other responsibilities that will be part of the armed security guard’s job description.

There are many employment opportunities that are open to the Arkansas licensed armed security guard. The employment opportunities can be both public and private employment situations, which they have been trained for in the Arkansas state certified courses. These employment opportunities can include:


  • Banks and financial institutions
  • State offices
  • Federal offices
  • Schools and colleges
  • Art galleries and museums
  • Armored vehicles
  • Malls and retail stores
  • Private armed security guard services

 

The Arkansas armed security guard license is issued for an amount of four years. At which time if the person the license is issued to is still working in the security sector the license will need to be renewed prior to the expiration date of the state license. There is also the requirement for a course to be taken each year to keep the current license in good standing.

 


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