"D" Unarmed Security
Choosing The Right Training academy to obtain your "D" Unarmed Security license makes all the difference. Here at The Right Training, LLC, students will obtain a thorough understanding of what it takes to become a licensed security officer. With 30+ years of combined experience in the security industry, law enforcement, military and private investigations, our "DI" and "K" licensed instructors explain the similarities and the differences between law enforcement officers and security officers.
Our Security Officer training courses meet and exceed the State of Florida "D" curriculum. Plus we give more input that any other training location, simply because all of our instructors are currently active or retired Security Officers with 30+ years of hands on experience. Classes are kept small (usually 3–10) and are taught in a comfortable environment.
We prepare our Security Officers to take their place in a fast growing and rewarding career.
Security Officer (Unarmed) - Class “D”: Any individual who performs security services must have a Class “D” Security Officer License and must be employed by a licensed Class “B”, “BB” or “AB” Security Agencies or branch offices.
Class “D” licensee may not enter into subcontractor agreements with any licensed agency or other business entity.
A Class “D” license is a pre-requisite for a Class “G” license. See Class “G” License Requirements.
An applicant for a Class “D” license must submit proof of successful completion of a minimum of 40 hours of professional training at a school or training facility licensed by the department.
(1) Each individual licensed by the department must:
(a) Be at least 18 years of age.
(b) Be of good moral character.
(c) Not have been adjudicated incapacitated or not have been involuntarily placed in a treatment facility for the mentally ill and not have been diagnosed as having an incapacitating mental illness, unless a psychologist or psychiatrist licensed in this state certifies that she or he does not currently suffer from the mental illness.
(d) Not be a chronic and habitual user of alcoholic beverages to the extent that her or his normal faculties are impaired.
(e) Not have been committed for controlled substance abuse or have been found guilty of a crime under chapter 893 or a similar law relating to controlled substances in any other state within a 3-year period.
(f) Be a citizen or permanent legal resident alien of the United States or have appropriate authorization issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services of the United States Department of Homeland Security.