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Alarm Monitor Private Security Professional

What is the process for becoming an Alarm Monitor Private Security Professional?

All applicants for certification or licensure must complete an application packet containing:
  1. PS-1 (Application for Licensure or Certification of Private Security Services Provider);
  2. A completed fingerprint packet. A fingerprint packet must include a pre-printed FBI fingerprint card and a Form PS-4 (Affidavit of Person Rolling Fingerprints) completed by the person rolling or scanning the fingerprints. The card and form must be enclosed in a tamper-proof bag and sealed by the person who rolled the fingerprints before the packet is returned to the applicant. The Department will supply pre-printed FBI fingerprint cards and tamper-proof bags.
  3. The original Form PS-6 (Affidavit of Instructor and Private Security Provider Testing Results) completed as prescribed by OAR 259-060-0060; documenting completion of the training required. The PS-6 must be enclosed in a tamper-proof bag and sealed by the Instructor, before being handed to the student.
  4. If currently employed, an original, completed Form PS-20 (Private Security Services Provider Temporary Work Permit). 
  5. Nonrefundable certification or licensure fees.

Link to forms and fees ​

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How do I find an Alarm Monitor Instructor?

Here is the link to the Instructor List​.
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What forms do I need to submit when renewing my Alarm Monitor certification?

Application packets must be completed in their entirety and must include:
  1. A completed Form PS-21;
  2. The original Form PS-6 completed, documenting completion of the training required;
  3. If currently employed, an original, completed Form PS-20;and
  4. Nonrefundable certification or licensure fees.

Link to forms and fees ​


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