Security providers must be fingerprinted before getting a licence. Find out about providing your fingerprints, how we take them and how we store them.
You can’t hold a security licence if you commit a disqualifying offence. Find out which offences will disqualify you and what happens to your licence.
Licensed bodyguards and crowd controllers must repeat certain training courses every 3 years. Find out which courses and how to keep up-to-date and info for student visa holders.
Learn about the exemption from security licensing for persons only scanning ID in Safe Night Precincts.
Crowd controllers must wear venue-issued identification while on duty. Find out details of what you must and must not wear as part of venue ID.
Your security licence does not permit you to carry a firearm or any other type of weapon. Find out what you need to do to apply for a weapon licence.
Security firms in Queensland must join an industry association. Find out about approved associations and how to become a member of one.
We must approve any industry association that accepts security firms as members. Find out what we require your approved association to do.
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