Security Guard (G) Training

The State of California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS) required initial forty (40) hours of Power to Arrest Training is offered by our BSIS Licensed Trainer and Firearm Instructors as follows:

Module A:

  • 4 hours of Power To Arrest.
  • 4 hours Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism Awareness.

The topics included, but are not limited to:

  1. Definition of arrest, implications to the subject, the guard and the company.
  2. Nature of terrorism, terrorism Patrol techniques, coordinating and sharing of critical information, and security officer role.

Module B:

  • 4-hour, Public Relations (Community & Customer).
  • 4-hour, Observation & Documentation (Incident & Daily Activity Reports Writing).
  • 4-hour, Communication and Its Significance.
  • 4-hour, Liability/Legal Aspects.

The topics included, but are not limited to:

  1. Recognizing gender & harassment & discrimination, respect, verbal skills /crisis intervention, diversity, substance abuse & mental illness, ethics and professionalism.

  2. Report writing, English as a second language, observation and patrol techniques, asking appropriate questions, observing suspects and suspicious activity.

  3. Internal – protocols pursuant to contract (who to contact), 2-way radio and monitoring equipment and other technology, External – emergency/first responders, medical personnel, police/sheriff /other enforcement, city services and government services.

  4. Personal/civil/employer, criminal/civil/ administrative, BSIS Code & Regulations, and role of a security guard.

Module C:

  • 4-hour, Officer Safety.
  • 4-hour, Arrest, Search and Seizure.
  • 4-hour, Work Place Violence.
  • 4-hour, Handling Difficult People.

The topics included, but are not limited to:

  1. Threat assessment, subject contact, safety awareness, blood born pathogens, environmental /hazardous materials.
  2. PC 836 / PC 837 and the difference, US Constitution and Amendment Impacting guard responsibilities, loss prevention, merchant law, use of force / handcuff.
  3. Detecting unusual behavior /warning signs, anger management, valuing diversity, personal security, reporting.
  4. Communications, conflict management, speaking constructively, negotiating, verbal diffusion.

Other Courses offered, includes, but are not limited to:

  1. Evacuation Procedures.
  2. Access Control.
  3. Trespass.
  4. Crowd Control.
  5. Supervision.
  6. Courtroom Demeanor.
  7. School Security Guard.
  8. Executive Protection.
  9. Fire Safety.
  10. Chemical Agents/Tear Gas.
  11. Crime Scene Preservation.
  12. First Aid, CPR & AED.
  13. Terrorism Patrol.
  14. Loss Prevention /Undercover Agent.
  15. Private Investigation /Surveillance.