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Temporary license is valid for four months and normal license for five years. This term was carried over to North America where it was interchangeable with night-watchman e. Security officers are private citizens, and therefore are bound by the same laws and regulations as the citizenry they are contracted to serve, and therefore are not allowed to represent themselves as law enforcement under penalty of law. An evolving understanding of threats has resulted in private security playing a greater part in responding to critical incidents, such as terrorist attacks. Section 11 1 c of the Security Services Regulation prohibits security personnel from carrying or using any "item designed for debilitating or controlling a person or animal", which the government interprets to include all weapons. The latter are often highly trained, sometimes armed depending on contracts agreed upon with clientele, and are more likely to interact with the general public and to confront the criminal element. Also, the use of the titles 'Security Police' or 'Private Detective' are unacceptable. Section 18 deals with transportation of firearms while Section 19 deals with allowing persons to carry such firearms on their persons to protect their lives or the lives of other persons, or for the performance of their occupation Armour Car Guards, Licensed Trappers , provided an Authorization to Carry ATC is first obtained. On the other hand, some security officers, young people, in particular, use the job as a practical experience to use in applying to law enforcement agencies. Also, the presence of security officers particularly in combination with effective security procedures tends to diminish " shrinkage ", theft, employee misconduct, and safety rule violations, property damage, or even sabotage. Industry terms for security personnel include: security guard, security officer, security agent, safety patrol , private police, company police , security enforcement officer, and public safety. The hour course does not allow the guard to carry any kind of special equipment such as a baton or handcuffs.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} There is sometimes little relationship between duties performed and compensation, for example some mall "security officers" who are exposed to serious risks earn less per hour than "industrial security guards" who have less training and responsibility. Discounts are offered because having security on site increases the odds that any fire will be noticed and reported to the local fire department before a total loss occurs. For the most part, contracts were awarded to security officer companies through a competition process and the final selection was often made based on cost rather than the experience or professionalism of the security guard company. This dispensation is not available to Vehicle Immobilisers. For many years security officers were poorly chosen and poorly trained if at all , partly because security companies who contracted with clients in private industry were paid very little for their security services. Security personnel may also perform access control at building entrances and vehicle gates; meaning, they ensure that employees and visitors display proper passes or identification before entering the facility. Many casinos hire security officers to protect money when transferring it from the casino to the casino's bank. Security officers are not required to make arrests, but have the authority to make a citizen's arrest , or otherwise act as an agent of law enforcement, for example, at the request of a police officer or a sheriff. The report provided a low end estimate of the total number of licensed security personnel across Australia as , 54, employed full-time, up from 52, in It said the security industry is nationally characterized as high-volume and high-turnover, given the conflict between a highly prescriptive selection process by employers and regulators who seek to ensure only fit and proper people are licensed. Security Officers may carry firearms, handcuffs or batons where their role requires them to do so and then only when working and have the appropriate sub-class accreditation to their license. They typically work in plainclothes without a uniform , and are usually highly trained to act lawfully in direct defense of life or property. Licenses are valid for three years and require the holders to undergo formal training, and are also to pass mandatory Criminal Records Bureau checks. However, as in other parts of Canada, armoured car officers are permitted to carry firearms. But recently, electronic systems have risen in popularity due to their lightweight, ease of use, and downloadable logging capabilities. As well, section 11 forbids private security from using or carrying restraints, such as handcuffs, unless authorized by the government. In Finland , all contract security officers are required to have a valid license granted by police. Security officers are generally uniformed to represent their lawful authority to protect private property. Often these patrols are logged by use of a guard tour patrol system , which require regular patrols. Additionally, in some provinces, some terms, or variations of them, are prohibited either on a uniform or in self-reference. In the past, only personnel that worked for contract security, that is, security companies, were regulated in British Columbia. All ten of Canada's provinces and one of its territories the Yukon have legislation that regulates the contract security industry. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}A security guard also known as a security inspector , security officer , or protective agent is a person employed by a government or private party to protect the employing party's assets property , people, equipment, money, etc. Security personnel enforce company rules and can act to protect lives and property, and they sometimes have a contractual obligation to provide these actions. Uniforms or badges that may be confused with a police officer are prohibited. Armed private security officers are much rarer in Europe , and illegal in many countries, such as the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. The term "agent" is also used in other industries, such as banking agents, loan agents and real estate agents. One major economic justification for security personnel is that insurance companies particularly fire insurance carriers will give substantial rate discounts to sites which have a hour presence. Technological advancements in regards to drones, facial recognition, and robotics are expected to continue to augment the private security landscape in Australia. State and local governments sometimes regulate the use of these terms by lawβ€”for example, certain words and phrases that "give an impression that he or she is connected in any way with the federal government, a state government, or any political subdivision of a state government" are forbidden for use by California security licensees by Business and Professions Code Section So the terms "private homicide police" or "special agent" would be unlawful for a security licensee to use in California. The authorities permitted to security guards vary by country and subnational jurisdiction. Until the s, the term watchman was more commonly applied to this function, a usage dating back to at least the Middle Ages in Europe where there was no form of law enforcement other than it being a private matter. Patrolling is usually a large part of a security officer's duties, as most incidents are prevented by being looked for instead of waiting for them to occur. Most provinces in Canada regulate the use of handcuffs and weapons such as firearms and batons by contract security companies and their employees, either banning such use completely or permitting it only under certain circumstances. Security guards do this by maintaining a high-visibility presence to deter illegal and inappropriate actions, looking either directly, through patrols, or indirectly, by monitoring alarm systems or video surveillance cameras for signs of crime or other hazards such as a fire , taking action to minimize damage such as warning and escorting trespassers off property , and reporting any incidents to their clients and emergency services such as the police or paramedics , as appropriate. Terms for specialized jobs include Usher , bouncer , bodyguards , executive protection agent, loss prevention , alarm responder, hospital security officer, mall security officer, crime prevention officer, patrolman, private patrol officer, and private patrol operator. Until recently the most commonly used form used to be mechanical clock systems that required a key for manual punching of a number to a strip of paper inside with the time pre-printed on it. For a high risk or high-value property, the discount can often exceed the money being spent on its security program. While the term security guard is used by companies, government bodies and individuals, the term security officer is deemed more suitable. Many security firms and proprietary security departments practice the "detect, deter, observe and report" method. Any person who conducts a business or is employed in a security-related field within Australia is required to be licensed. Canada's federal laws also restrict the ability of security officers to be armed. Despite various companies being amalgamated or split up, there continues to be a high rate of foreign-ownership of major security providers; the industry overall however remains split between a small number of national companies and a large number of small, specialized businesses. Just as with the police profession, training requirements for the private security industry have evolved over time. Armed guarding and guarding with a weapon are illegal. Security officers are sometimes regarded as fulfilling a private policing function. Random patrols are easily programmed into electronic systems, allowing greater freedom of movement and unpredictability. In addition to basic deterrence, security officers are often trained to perform specialized tasks such as arrest and control including handcuffing and restraints , operate emergency equipment, perform first aid , CPR , take accurate notes, write detailed reports, and perform other tasks as required by the client they are serving. Alberta and Ontario prohibit the use of the term Security Officer , which has been in widespread use in the United States for many decades. Security officers are called upon to respond to potential hazards such as broken lights or doors, disturbances, lost persons, minor injuries, etc. The former, often called "guards", are taught the mantra "observe and report", are minimally trained, and not expected to deal with the public or confront criminals. Some sources feel that some of these restrictions are put in place to satisfy the Canadian Police Association. Bodyguards and bouncers, effective November 1, , are also subject to these regulations. The number of jobs is expected to grow in the U. The legislation requires that guards must be at least 19 years old, undergo a criminal background check, and successfully complete a training course. In Canada , private security falls under the jurisdiction of Canada's ten provinces and three territories. Additionally a narrow security vetting is required. Each of the six states and two territories of Australia have separate legislation that covers all security activities. These employees tend to take pride in the title "Security Officer" or " Protection Officer " and disdain the label of "guard". License requires a minimum hour course for temporary license and 80 hours more for a normal license. However, as of September 1, , in-house security officers and private investigators came under the jurisdiction of the Security Services Act and Security Services Regulation. A private security officer's responsibility is protecting their client from a variety of hazards usually in the form of criminal acts. Similarly, in Canada , various acts [12] [13] specifically prohibits private security personnel from using the terms Probation Officer , law enforcement , police , or police officer. There are two exceptions to this prohibition found in sections 18 and 19 of the Act. Security agents are often employed in loss prevention and personal or executive protection bodyguards roles. The title "agent" can be confused with bail enforcement agents, also known as "bounty hunters", who are sometimes regulated by the same agencies which regulate private security. The review referenced a report from IBISworld that indicated four out of five of the largest private security companies in Australia were foreign-owned, accounting for A report authored by Anthony Bergin, Donald Williams, and Christopher Dixon and published by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute , focused on the current role of private security in countering hostile threats. Strict requirements are laid down as to the type of uniform and badge used by security companies. A review of trends in private security in Australia, conducted by Tim Prenzler, Karen Earle and Rick Sarre, published by the Australian Institute of Criminology, sought to examine the size and scope of the private security industry in Australia to help inform efforts to develop national consistent standards and licensing regimes. Licences for Vehicle Immobilisers are valid for one year. For example, section 17 of the Firearms Act makes it an offense for any person, including a security officer, to possess prohibited or restricted firearms i. Recent changes to the act have also introduced restrictions on uniform and vehicle colours and markings to make private security personnel clearly distinctive from police personnel. This has not always been the case and the introduction of this requirement is expected to regulate the educational standards and knowledge base so that the particular job can be competently performed. Security jobs vary in pay and duties. That changed drastically on September 11, when radical terrorists attacked the United States. Global positioning systems are beginning to be used because they are a more effective means of tracking officers' movements and behavior. The term "agent" can be confusing in the security industry because it can describe a civil legal relationship between an employee and their employer or contractor "agent of the owner" in California PC , and also can describe a person in government service " Special Agent Jones of the Federal Bureau of Investigation ". Security officers are hired by a range of organizations, including businesses, government departments and agencies and not-for-profit organizations e. All security officers are also required to go through additional training mandated by the state for the carrying of weapons such as batons, firearms, and pepper spray e. In developing countries with host country permission , an armed security force composed mostly of ex-military personnel is often used to protect corporate assets, particularly in war-torn regions. In , referencing data provided by ASIAL, the report states that the private security industry has an annual turnover of AUD8 billion - split evenly between manpower and the electronics sector. Private security in the province of British Columbia is governed by two pieces of legislation: the Security Services Act [25] and the Security Services Regulation. All persons licensed to perform security activities are required to undertake a course of professional development in associated streams that are recognised nationally. Security guards are generally governed by legal regulations, which set out the requirements for eligibility e. The roles have progressed and so have the areas for which security people are needed.