B.C. Reg. 114/96
O.C. 551/96
Deposited April 26, 1996
effective June 1, 1996
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Private Investigators and Security Agencies Act

SECURITY PATROL REGULATION

[includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. 141/97]

Contents
  1  Definition
  2  Applicant for new licence must complete training
  2.1  Renewal of licences
  3  Certificate of completion
  4  Certificate to be produced on request

Definition

1 In this regulation:

"approved training program" means

(a) a training program consisting of both of the following courses provided by the Justice Institute of British Columbia:

(i) the Basic Standards Training Course – Level 1;

(ii) the Basic Standards Training Course –Level 2, or

(b) a training program that the registrar is satisfied is

(i) an equivalent training program to that referred to in paragraph (a), and

(ii) provided by a person or entity that is as qualified to provide that training program as the Justice Institute of British Columbia is to provide the training program referred to in paragraph (a);

"Level 1 Training Course" means

(a) the Basic Standards Training Course — Level 1 provided by the Justice Institute of British Columbia, or

(b) a course that the registrar is satisfied is

(i) an equivalent course to that referred to in paragraph (a), and

(ii) provided by a person or entity that is as qualified to provide that course as the Justice Institute of British Columbia is to provide the course referred to in paragraph (a);

"Level 2 Training Course" means

(a) the Basic Standards Training Course — Level 2 provided by the Justice Institute of British Columbia, or

(b) a course that the registrar is satisfied is

(i) an equivalent course to that referred to in paragraph (a), and

(ii) provided by a person or entity that is as qualified to provide that course as the Justice Institute of British Columbia is to provide the course referred to in paragraph (a).

[am. B.C. Regs. 114/96, s. 1; 141/97, Sch. s. 1.]

Applicant for new licence must complete training

2 A security patrol licence must not be issued to an individual unless the individual has successfully completed an approved training program before the licence is issued.

Renewal of licences

2.1 A security patrol licence must not be renewed unless the licensee

(a) has successfully completed an approved training program, or

(b) has been licensed and employed as a security patrol throughout the one year period immediately preceding the date on which this regulation comes into force and

(i) has successfully completed the Level 2 Training Course, and

(ii) has written a qualification examination approved by the registrar that relates to the material covered by the Level 1 Training Course and obtained a mark satisfactory to the registrar in that examination.

[en. B.C. Reg. 141/97, Sch. s. 2.]

Certificate of completion

3 (1) For the purposes of sections 2 and 2.1 (a), an individual has successfully completed an approved training program when each person or entity providing a training course included in the training program issues to that individual a certificate of completion in respect of that training course in a form approved by the registrar.

(2) For the purposes of section 2.1 (b) (i), an individual has successfully completed the Level 2 Training Course when a person or entity approved by the registrar to administer the examination issues to that individual a certificate of completion in respect of that training course in a form approved by the registrar.

[am. B.C. Regs. 114/96, s. 3; 141/97, Sch. s. 3.]

Certificate to be produced on request

4 An individual who claims to have successfully completed an approved training program must produce the certificates of completion in respect of that program when requested to do so by the registrar.

 

[Provisions of the Private Investigators and Security Agencies Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c.374, relevant to the enactment of this regulation: section 31 (1) and (2)]


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