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Title

Private Security Officer-Class "D" Unarmed

Program

Private Security Officer

License Type

D License

Course Description

While attending the 40 Hour Unarmed Private Security Officer training you’ll gain a better understanding of the criminal justice system, including learning about Basic First Aid, Patrol Techniques, Ethics & Professional Conduct, Florida Chapter 493 Statues, Emergency Procedures, Fire Prevention, Crime & Accident Prevention Techniques, Terrorism in the United States and much more. Through Tallahassee Community College’s Private Security Officer Training Programs, you can meet the minimum standards for licensure through the Department of Agriculture. This license ensures that the public is served by private security officers who are ethical, qualified and well-trained.

Total Hours

40

Prerequisite

Class requires at least eight (8) students. We strongly encourage students to register at your earliest convenience.

Enrollment Information

Please contact Larissa Brown at brownlar@tcc.fl.edu - (850) 201-7688.

Students who have never attended TCC will need to apply to TCC at www.gototcc.com. Students who have applied to TCC will need to register by contacting Larissa Brown.  Registration form can be picked up and filled out at the Florida Public Safety Institute. Residency requirements apply.

 

Registration Deadline

7/3/2015

Course Cost

$156.76

Location

Florida Public Safety Institute, Conference Center

Begin Date

7/6/2015

End Date

7/17/2015

Start and End Times

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm (Monday - Friday)

Instructor Name

Bob Wetherington

Registration Information

Please contact Larissa Brown at brownl@tcc.fl.edu - (850) 201-7688.

Students who have never attended TCC will need to apply to TCC at https://www.tcc.fl.edu/Future/Pages/default.aspx . Current or past students who have applied to TCC before will need to register by contacting Larissa Brown.  Registration form can be picked up and filled out at the Florida Public Safety Institute. Residency requirements apply.

 

Attendance Requirements

100% attendance is required.  Must also successfully pass the final written and practical exams.

Cancellation Procedures

**Class may cancel due to low enrollment** Students will be advised if class is canceled 24 hours of cancellation.

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Created at 7/16/2012 4:23 PM by Heidi Kerr
Last modified at 4/27/2015 12:28 PM by Larissa Brown