Anderson Security Academy provides the training and process to get you licensed.
Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS) governing SG licenses for Security Guards
You must be licensed if…
- You work for a security guard agency that pays you to provide security guard services to other companies.
- Until you are licensed by DPS, you cannot wear a uniform and/or stand post as a Security Guard.
- Licenses from other states are not recognized in Arizona.
- Unless you fall under one of the Exceptions in ARS 32-2606, providing security guard services without a license is a class 1 misdemeanor. Additionally, a violation of these regulations can prevent you from obtaining a license in the future.
For more information about licensing and requirements for Security Guards, visit the
State of Arizona Department of Public Safety