Applicants are encouraged to review the eligibility criteria in Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 1702 of the Private Security Act and Board Administrative Rules. These publications are on this website in the Statutes and Rules section of the www.dps.texas.gov
Yes, we have general liability insurance, as regulated by the local licensing. We also carry workers compensation. We forward all of our clients a certificate of insurance.
NO. You must attend the proper licensing courses to acquire certification and then apply with a licensed private security company.
First, you should verify that this company is actively licensed with the State of Texas. Second, ask for a certificate of liability. Pick a company that you will have good open dialogue with on a regular basis. And pick a company that will not send a random body to your property. Your security company should send you a professional, sharp, security guard with a presence that commands attention and respect.
You may verify with Texas Department of Public Safety Private Security Bureau. Visit their website at http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/rsd/psb/company/company_search.aspx. You may search by company name or by using our license number.
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