In order to become an unarmed security guard in the state of Hawaii, certain security guard training requirements must be met, but a license is not automatically needed unless specified by the prospective security officer’s employer. This is so because as long the principal is licensed, the unarmed security guard needs no license to work under the principal in the company or security agency.
Hawaii Security Guard Training
- Being of 18 years of age or older
- Having a High school diploma or certification of equal value
- Successfully passing an exam
- Not suffering from any distressed or psychopathic condition or mental illnesses damaging one’s ability to perform security guard tasks
- Having no convictions
- Submitting a criminal background check
- Having good moral standards and character
- Not having committed any act of fraud
- Submitting fingerprints
- Providing a criminal background abstract for the prior 10 years
Additional conditions that could be of assistance in one’s process to become a security guard includes 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.
Statistics for Security Guard Jobs in Hawaii
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Data extracted on December 25, 2013
Visit the Board of Private Detective and Guards FAQ or call (808) 586-2705 for more insight.
Also, visit Professional and Vocational Licensing or call (808) 586-3000 for costs and fees.