Kansas Security License

Kansas Security License

If you want to find out how to get a security license in Kansas, look at the latest updates. The instructions on how to get it are provided by local city governments.

Firstly, you should obtain employment from a certain company or private patrol operator in Kansas. This is essential for the application. The good news is that the private agency may cover the costs of licensure. Note that you can hold up to three certificates. They are called “dual”.

To apply for a safety guard certificate, visit your local police department. To get acquainted with the necessary papers, you can also visit the police official iinstructions page for more details.

Thus, they should comply with the following requirements:

Unarmed Officers

To obtain this one, applicants must:

  • Pass special training courses
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have a high school diploma
  • Provide criminal history check file
  • Bring fingerprint inspection
  • Have no drug or alcohol-related history

Armed Officers

People who need to be hired as equipped agents must:

  • Above all, have evidence about their ability to work legally in the US
  • Have not committed any crime or misdemeanor
  • Be at least 21 years old
  • Provide fingerprints
  • Present background check
  • Have a driver’s license valid in this state
  • Have a firearm permit

It is worth mentioning that rules and regulations vary in different cities. To find out the details about the licensing procedure, contact the city authorities. Among principal demands, there is a firearm confirmation and a more detailed background check. Furthermore, a written paper from the instructor, who has run the firearm training.

Replacement of lost documents

If the expiry date is still in force, you are able to file a loss card affidavit with the Private Officers Licensing Unit. So, you are to cover the prices of the reinstatement.

Note that sometimes policemen look for credentials. That is why it is preferable to keep it active.


The payment for a Class “A” armed guarantee is $145. A Level “A” refers to loss protection agents and airport police.

The renewal fee for Class “A” allowance is $90. An “A” category unarmed diploma costs $90, while the restoration fee is $65.

Level “B” licensees refer to armed dispatchers. The price for Class “B” is $145, while the renewal price is $95. Level “B” unarmed proof costs $90, the renewal is about $65.

The replacement of lost/stolen guarantees, as well as their upgrade, is about $65.

It is possible to change a weapon, as well. That costs $85.

Satenik T

Satenik T

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