In order to become an unarmed security guard in the state of North Dakota, security guard training and registration are required, but the obtaining a license is not mandatory if you are employed by a licensed company or security agency.
North Dakota Security Guard Training Requirements
- Being of 18 years of age or older
- Being a citizen of the United States or a registered resident alien
- Having a High school diploma or certification of equal value
- Having good moral standards and character
- Not having been convicted of any felonies or misdemeanors associated with violence (including domestic), drugs (the use or sale), theft or fraud
- Having no mental illnesses or defects that would prohibit the performance of duties
- Being employed by a private security company or security agency with supervision from a licensed patrol officer
Additional conditions that could be of assistance include having a valid driver’s license, being in good physical shape, having the ability to stand for extended periods of time and possessing thorough communication skills.
Fees, which are nonrefundable, include the registration cost of $77.
Employment Statistics for Security Guards in North Dakota
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Data extracted on December 26, 2013
Contact the North Dakota Eligibility & Licensing or call 701-222-3063 for further insight.