Texas Non-Commissioned Level 2 Security Officer Training

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Texas Non-Commissioned Level 2 Security Officer Training

Texas Non-Commissioned Level 2 Security Officer Training

Texas Non-Commissioned Level 2 Security Officer Training & Licensing Requirements

  • TX Security Officer License Type: Security Officer Level 2 Non-commissioned Officer License
  • TX Security Office License Length: 3 years
  • TX Security Guard License Renewal Fees: $30 application + $3 subscription fee for non expired licenses.
  • TX Security Guard License Additional Training:  None.

How to Renew Your Texas Non-Commissioned Level 2 Security Officer License if it Hasn’t Expired

Chapter 1702 of the Texas Occupations Code, DPS-RSD requires that you submit your Non-commissioned License Renewal application to the Department of Public Safety no later than 30 days prior to your license expiration date. Your employer must submit form PSB-17  Indiviudal Security Guard License Renewal, the renewal fee of $30 and subscription fee of $3.

You can renew your security guard license with either the online application or the paper, mail in application.

How to Renew Your Texas Expired Non-Commissioned Level 2 Security Officer Pocket Card

  • If your  security guard license has been expired for less than 90 days, you must pay the renewal fee of $30, the subscription fee of $3 and 1/2 the renewal fee ($15).
  • If your security guard pocket guard license has been expired for less than one year and you’ve changed employers, your employer must submit form PSB-14 Employee Information Update, the $17.00 update fee, form PSB-17  Individual Security Guard License Renewal, the renewal fee of $30, late fee of $30 and subscription fee $3.
  • If your security guard pocket guard license has been expired for less than one year and you haven’t changed employers, your employer must submit form PSB-17  Indiviudal Security Guard License Renewal, the renewal fee of $30, late fee of $30 and subscription fee of $3.
  • If your security guard registration has been expired more than 6 months, your current employer must also submit 2 fingerprint cards and the $25.00 FBI fee, the renewal fee of $30, late fee of $30 and subscription fee of $3.
  • If your registration has been expired for more than one year, your current employer must submit an original application, 2 fingerprint cards and the FBI fee of $25.

Texas Non-Commissioned Level 2 Security Officer Training (Continuing Education Requirements)

Texas doesn’t require that you take additional training every year to maintain your Level Two security officer license. However, your employer may require that you take more training to advance your security guard career.

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  1. My Level II non commissioned license expired Sept 2011 so how do I renew it or do I have to retake the Level II security class.

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