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SECURITY SERVICES ACT

[SBC 2007] CHAPTER 30

NOTE: Links below go to act content as it was prior to the changes made on the effective date. (PIT covers changes made from September 6, 2000 to "current to" date of the act.)
SECTIONEFFECTIVE DATE
1July 1, 2010
 July 1, 2010
 July 1, 2010
2March 30, 2023
4March 30, 2023
8March 30, 2023
10March 30, 2023
15March 30, 2023
23March 30, 2023
25March 30, 2023
29March 30, 2023
31July 1, 2010
43March 29, 2012
44July 1, 2010
49July 1, 2010
 March 29, 2012
51.1July 1, 2010

  Section 1 (1) definitions of "body armour", "body armour salesperson", "body armour vendor" and "sell" were added by 2009-24-24, effective July 1, 2010 (BC Reg 203/2010).

  Section 1 (1) definition of "security business", paragraph (g) was added by 2009-24-24, effective July 1, 2010 (BC Reg 203/2010).

  Section 1 (1) definition of "security work", paragraph (g) was added by 2009-24-24, effective July 1, 2010 (BC Reg 203/2010).

  Section 2 (part) BEFORE amended by 2023-10-1046, effective March 30, 2023 (Royal Assent).

Security worker licence required

2   An individual must not engage in any kind of security work, or hold himself or herself out to be so employed or employable, unless

  Section 4 (1) (b) BEFORE amended by 2023-10-1047, effective March 30, 2023 (Royal Assent).

(b) the registrar considers that the applicant's or licensee's conduct, education, training, experience, skill, mental condition, character or repute makes it undesirable that he or she be licensed;

  Section 8 (b) BEFORE amended by 2023-10-1046, effective March 30, 2023 (Royal Assent).

(b) produce it on the request of any person to whom the individual holds himself or herself out to be a security worker.

  Section 10 (1) (c) BEFORE amended by 2023-10-1048, effective March 30, 2023 (Royal Assent).

(c) notifies the registrar of his or her presence in British Columbia and supplies the registrar with particulars of the work he or she proposes to undertake, and

  Section 15 (1) (b) BEFORE amended by 2023-10-1047, effective March 30, 2023 (Royal Assent).

(b) the registrar considers that the applicant's or licensee's conduct, education, training, experience, skill, mental condition, character or repute makes it undesirable that he or she be licensed;

  Section 23 (1) BEFORE amended by 2023-10-1049, effective March 30, 2023 (Royal Assent).

(1) If an individual who holds a security business licence dies or becomes incapable of managing his or her affairs, the licence expires on the individual's death or incapacity.

  Section 25 (2) BEFORE amended by 2023-10-1050, effective March 30, 2023 (Royal Assent).

(2) The registrar

(a) may impose conditions he or she considers appropriate in giving an authorization under subsection (1) (d), and

(b) may cancel an authorization if he or she considers it appropriate.

  Section 29 (4) (b) BEFORE amended by 2023-10-1051, effective March 30, 2023 (Royal Assent).

(b) confirm, rescind, vary or substitute his or her decision.

  Section 31 (a) BEFORE amended by 2009-24-25, effective July 1, 2010 (BC Reg 203/2010).

(a) determining whether a person has failed to comply with this Act, the regulations or the conditions of a licence;

  Section 43 BEFORE amended by 2012-6-16, effective March 29, 2012 (Royal Assent).

 Sections 4 and 5 of Offence Act do not apply

43  Sections 4 and 5 of the Offence Act do not apply to this Act or the regulations.

  Section 44 (1.1) was added by 2009-24-26, effective July 1, 2010 (BC Reg 203/2010).

  Section 49 (2) BEFORE amended by 2009-24-27, effective July 1, 2010 (BC Reg 203/2010).

(2)  The registrar has the powers conferred and the obligations imposed on the registrar by this Act.

  Section 49 (2) BEFORE amended by 2012-6-17, effective March 29, 2012 (Royal Assent).

(2)  The registrar has the powers conferred and the obligations imposed on the registrar under this Act or the Body Armour Control Act.

  Section 51.1 was enacted by 2009-24-28, effective July 1, 2010 (BC Reg 203/2010).