Do you know anything about being a California Private Patrol Operator? A Private Patrol Operator is someone who runs a business that protects people or property to prevent theft. For a firm to become licensed, the administrator must pass a licensing examination. Each officer or patrol operator must be at least 18 years of age and agree to a background check. This quiz will tell you what it takes to be a private patrol operator.
Company name on both sides, Security on rear
Private Security or Security Patrol on both sides and on rear
Company logo on sides, PPO license number on rear
Company name on doors and on rear
None. Any citizen can buy and carry.
An hour of training
Two hours of training
Three hours of training
One year after end of employment
Three years after end of employment
Whichever is longer: three years from hire date or year from exit date
Not required to retain for previous employees, UNLESS that person has made an arrest
Local law enforcement within 24 hours and BSIS within 3 days
The PPO within 24 hours and BSIS within 7 days
Both local law enforcement and the PPO within 24 hours
Local law enforcement and BSIS within 24 hours
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