How to Become Unarmed Guards
Do you have 18 years? Are you a citizen of the United States of America?
If your answer to these questions is yes, then you might be able to apply for a registration as unarmed guards. As soon as you are registered you can start practicing in an area of choice, be it Ohio, Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Akron, Canton, and so on.
So let’s see the other regulations you must comply with if you want to become an unarmed guard:
- You must be mentally healthy and you must not have suffered any kind of mental or psychological illness.
- Your past must be “clean”, and by this we mean that you must not have been convicted of any felony, theft, robbery, crime, shoplifting, shooting; you must not have been convicted for selling or distributing drugs or narcotics.
- You must not be addicted to drugs or alcohol.
So far, so good, right? Here are the other regulations you must comply with if you want to become an unarmed guard:
- You must be physically fit, in the sense that you cannot have any physical disability that would prevent you from performing your duties as an unarmed guard.
- You must have a good moral character; know how to obey orders and when to take the matter into your own hands.
- You must meet every training requirement which is specific for unarmed guards (training can include: orientation, general duties, emergency procedures, legal powers and limitations of unarmed guards).
- You have to submit your fingerprints to the TBI and FBI criminal history check.
If you are looking for information about armed guards, disregard everything you read in this article. Armed guards must obey other rules and they also have to have completed a different sort of training before being allowed to wear a firearm at work.