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How do you get a guardcard? I was always a bouncer.

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You need to Google Security Guard Schools and or Licenses safetyquest.com is a good place to start

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In MD there isn't a class. You have to be a potential employee of a Security Company. You pay for the Background Check & Fingerpritting. Then MSP will do their investigation & it is up to MSP to approve or deny you a Guard Card

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First you have to go to the office and ask the lady your here to apply for the company and then after you are all done applying then she will set you up for a class training but before she gives you information about the class she is going to give you a paper and that paper will tell you what you will need to being the class.

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You have to go to a school and pay it yourself because it remains in your hands

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Go too a school and pay for it yourself!

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I got my guard card by passing my test the first few days throughout my training course. My background was clean and my urine test was also clear.

Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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I took a 8 hr and 16 hr course

Answered - Security Officer (Current Employee) - Baldwinsville, NY

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Security training school in Torrance, CA

Answered - Security Guard Officer (Current Employee) - City of Industry, CA 91746

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Supervisor handed to me

Answered - Security Officer (Full-time) (Former Employee) - Allentown, PA

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Apply to a security licensing agency. I received both my "D" and "G" license in 2 weeks. Make sure the program and or school is credible.

Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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