Consulting & Training Services

Our Instructors are professionals whom keep our clients up to date by providing training as required by the Department of Criminal Justice Services, Security Guard Training Program.  They are encouraged to be an approachable source of information.

Here are some of the courses we offer.  Click an icon for more information.

Training

Section 89-n of the General Business Law of New York State provides for various exemptions and/or waivers of training based on previous Municipal Police Training Council approved law enforcement training.
If you have questions about registration, you must direct them to the Division of Licensing Services.
Phone
Fax (518) 474-7739
Email: licensing@dos.state.ny.us.
You can also get answers to many of your licensing questions at the Department of State.
The Security Guard Act of 1992 mandates the training and registration of security guards and the approval of private security training schools. The Act also requires that certain private security training must be approved and that all private security trainers must be certified. The Division of Criminal Justice Services, Office of Public Safety provides administrative oversight for private security training in New York State. The New York State Department of State, Division of Licensing Services has oversight responsibility for the registration of all security guards.

8 Hours Pre-Assignment Training Course for Security Guards

This is an 8 hour course required by New York State as the first step in obtaining a security guard registration card from the New York State Department of State.  The course provides the student with a general overview of the duties and responsibilities of a security guard.

Topics include:

  • check_symbolThe role of the security guard
  • check_symbolLegal powers and limitations
  • check_symbolEmergency Situations
  • check_symbolEthics and Conduct
  • check_symbolCommunications
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  • *The passing of an examination is required for successful completion of this course.

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8 Hours Annual In-Service Training Course for Security Guards

This is an 8 hour course that must be completed within 12 calendar months from completion of the 16 Hour On-the-Job Training Course for Security Guards, and annually thereafter.  The course is structured to provide the student with updated and enhanced information on the duties and responsibilities of a security guard.

16 Hours On The Job Training Course for Security Guards

This is a 16 hour course that must be completed within 90 days of employment as a security guard.  The course provides the student with detailed information on the duties and responsibilities of a security guard.
*The passing of an examination is required for successful completion of this course.
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47 Hours Firearm Training Course for Security Guards

The DCJS 47 Hour Firearms Training Course for Armed Security Guards is mandated for all armed security guards in New York State and is the only one authorized for such training. The security guard school must use this curriculum in its entirety when providing mandated firearms training pursuant to General Business Law Article 7-A, section 89-n and New York State Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations (NYCRR) Title 9, Part 6027.5.
There are two distinct components of instruction in the 47 Hour Firearms Training Course for Armed Security Guards:
Component 1 – Seven (7) hour Article 35 – Use of Force/Deadly Physical Force. Only individuals who have met the requirements for security guard instructor certification or who have been certified to instruct Use of Force/Deadly Physical Force may teach this component of training.
Component 2 – Forty (40) hour Range Instruction and Qualification. Only individuals who have met the requirements for armed security guard instructor certification in accordance with the provisions of Title 9 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York, Part 6029, may instruct this component of training. This applies to all instructors regardless of certification in other areas, including police instructors.
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Pepper Spray Training for Security Guards

Aerosol Subject Restraint Cours

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Executive Investigation & Security, Ltd iwill be conducting an Aerosol Subject Restraint Course (Pepper Spray) for Security Guards.

This 8 Hour Course of Instruction will cover the following areas:

  • check_symbolIntroduction and Overview
  • check_symbolHistory of Chemical Agents
  • check_symbolChemical Agents in the Security Field
  • check_symbolLegal Issues pertaining to Chemical Agents
  • check_symbolPepper Spray – (Oleoresin Capsicum – OC) and its effects
  • check_symbolApplication and Use of OC
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Handcuff  Training Course

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Executive Investigation & Security, Ltd. offers a Handcuffing course that will teach students how to safely apply and remove handcuffs. In addition this course will instruct each  students on proper pat-down and search for weapons. The course is taught by a certified PATH instructor and is an excellent course for new  security officers.

Benefits include:

  • check_symbolReduced Injury to Officers and Subjects
  • check_symbolReduced Exposure to Civil Liability
  • check_symbolReduced Workers’ Compensation Payments
  • check_symbolIncreased Confidence & Morale
  • check_symbolIncreased Safety
  • check_symbolImproved Decision Making
  • check_symbolIncreased Performance, Efficiency & Speed When Applying Handcuffs
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Workplace Violence Prevention

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Your employees, members, and attendees will leave knowing what to think, say, and do in high-risk situations — and they’ll be energized with a highly interactive session designed to keep your people safe while protecting your bottom line.
Protect your people, protect your organization. When workplace violence strikes, you have a lot to lose! Violence in the workplace is a huge liability and a fiscal disaster waiting to happen. Unless you and your company take ‘reasonable action’ to ensure the safety of your employees, you could face lawsuits, a damaged company image or even a potential loss of life.
More Workplace Training(s):
  • check_symbolDealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Employees
  • check_symbolPreventing Sexual Harassment for Employees
  • check_symbolOffice Ergonomics
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Church Violence Prevention

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Shocking as it may seem, violent incidents of this nature happen several times each year at churches across the country. Because places of worship are open to the public, churches have become more vulnerable to these senseless acts of violence. This presentation will address what churches can do to prepare for, and respond to, violent acts.

Course Objectives:

  • check_symbolLIST THE (4) FOUR PRINCIPLE OBJECTIVES IN CHURCH VIOLENCE PREVENTION
  • check_symbolWHAT IS CHURCH VIOLENCE?
  • check_symbolUNDERSTAND PREVENTIVE PRACTICES
  •                  a. UNDERSTANDING RISK FACTORS
                     b. IDENTIFYING PROBLEMS
                     c. SECURITY PREPERATION
                     d. BACKGROUND SCREENING
  • check_symbolLIST AND DISCUSS THE FOUR TYPES OF WORK PLACE VIOLENCE
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NYS Pistol Permit Course

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