BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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course. (Business and Professions Code Section 7585.8(a)) (See Attachment I on page 22 & 23).

 

1. Check individual identification

The instructor is responsible to verify the identification of individuals taking the Firearm Training Course by checking the driver's license or other photo and/or signature identification.

2. Check guard registration status

Private investigators, private patrol operators, security guards, alarm company operators and responding alarm agents are eligible to take the Firearm Training Course and, upon successful completion, receive a bureau issued firearm permit.

  1. If the student possesses a valid license or registration, record the license/registration number on the training roster.

 

  1. If the student is a private security guard not in possession of a valid registration, proof of application must be presented in the form of an unexpired temporary registration.

 

  1. If the student does not possess a valid security guard registration, an unexpired temporary security guard registration, a valid alarm agent registration (or has not made application for same) or if the student possesses an expired registration, that individual may not submit an Application for Firearm Permit until a registration application, fingerprints, and appropriate fees have been submitted to the bureau.

 

3. Have state forms filled out

Students must legibly complete all required bureau forms and other documents.

  1. Application for Firearm Permit
  2. Security Guard Registration Application
  3. Alarm Agent Registration Application

 

4. Have training school forms filled out

Instructors are responsible for the completion of a training roster. Rosters must be typed or clearly printed and must contain the following information:

  1. The student's name,

The written examination score

 

 

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