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Supervisory Managers

What is a Supervisory Manager and under what circumstances do we need one?

"Supervisory Manager" means an employee of or a person supervised by an executive manager who has as a primary responsibility the supervision of certified private security professionals.

In the event of a staff change of executive managers or supervisory managers, the company or entity must select a replacement manager and immediately notify the Department of the staff change on the Form PS-23 (Change of Information).

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How do I apply for a Supervisory Manager certification?

Application packets for adding certification or licensure must be completed in its entirety and must include:
1. A completed Form PS-1;
3. If currently employed, an original, completed Form PS-20;and
4. Nonrefundable certification or licensure fee as prescribed by OAR 259-060-500.
5. A completed Form PS-27 (Private Security Professional Code of Ethics) affirming moral fitness and professional standards.
 
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When is the next Supervisory Manager course?

Here is the link to the Training Calendar
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How long after I submit my paperwork, will I receive my Supervisory Managers card?

It depends on a number of things; please don't call DPSST to check on your status, instead look yourself up using IRIS
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How do I renew my Supervisory Manager certification?

To renew your Supervisory Manager certification, submit the following;
  1. A completed Form PS-21;
  2. If currently employed, an original, completed Form PS-20 (temporary work permits will not be issued to armed private security professionals or private security instructors); and
  3. A completed Form PS-27
  4. Nonrefundable certification or licensure fee as prescribed by OAR 259-060-500.
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