Maryland Unarmed Security Officer Training

$150 Per Seat

Please choose from the available times and days in the calendar below

To become an unarmed security officer or security guard in the state of
Maryland, there are a few minimum requirements which must be met first.
Anyone who wishes to be licensed as an unarmed security guard, must meet, and
maintain the following qualifications:

    • The applicant applying must be at least 18 years of age.
    • The applicant must be a citizen or legal resident of the United States; proof

will need to be provided.

    • The applicant must not have any felony convictions.
    • The candidate will have an FBI style background check.
    • Fingerprints and 2 passport sized colored photos of the applicant’s head
    • and shoulders are required.
    • An accurately completed application form is a must.

A check or money order for a nonrefundable application fee of $15 plus

    • payment for the cost of the fingerprint card record checks ($10-
      Application; $19.95-FBI Record Check)
    • Checks or money orders shall be made payable to the Maryland State

The unarmed guard will need training in the state of Maryland but won’t be
trained in the effective use of guns or use of force. They will be trained in
subjects such as writing reports, dealing with the public, keeping the peace in a
crowded situation as well as working with authorities in a qualified manner.
The unarmed security guard in Maryland will need to be authorized according to
the state’s legal requirements and code

  • If you don’t see any schedule of classes here and you want to request a class then please call this number: (443) 702-7891
  • In order to ensure you get the best training possible, we adhere to a simple cancellation policy. If you cannot attend a scheduled paid class, please give us the courtesy of 24 hours notice. Thank you. 
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