“Unprofessional conduct” includes:

(1)  failing as an armored car company or a contract security company to notify the division of the cessation of performance of its qualifying agent or failing to replace its qualifying agent, as required under Section 58-63-306;

Terms Used In Utah Code 58-63-502

  • Armed private security officer: means an individual:
(a) employed by a contract security company;
(b) whose primary duty is:
(i) guarding personal or real property; or
(ii) providing protection or security to the life and well being of humans or animals; and
(c) who wears, carries, possesses, or has immediate access to a firearm in the performance of the individual's duties. See Utah Code 58-63-102
  • Armored car company: means a person engaged in business under contract to others who transports or offers to transport tangible personal property, currency, valuables, jewelry, SNAP benefits as defined in Section 35A-1-102, or any other high value items, that require secured delivery from one place to another under the control of an armored car security officer employed by the company using a specially equipped motor vehicle offering a high degree of security. See Utah Code 58-63-102
  • Armored car security officer: means an individual:
    (a) employed by an armored car company;
    (b) whose primary duty is to guard the tangible property, currency, valuables, jewelry, SNAP benefits as defined in Section 35A-1-102, or other high value items that require secured delivery from one place to another; and
    (c) who wears, carries, possesses, or has immediate access to a firearm in the performance of the individual's duties. See Utah Code 58-63-102
  • Contract: A legal written agreement that becomes binding when signed.
  • Contract security company: means a company that is registered with the Division of Corporations and Commercial Code and is engaged in business to provide security services to another person, business, or entity on a contractual basis by assignment of an armed or unarmed private security officer. See Utah Code 58-63-102
  • Security officer: means an individual who is licensed as an armed or unarmed private security officer under this chapter and who:
    (i) is employed by a contract security company securing, guarding, or otherwise protecting tangible personal property, real property, or the life and well being of human or animal life against:
    (A) trespass or other unlawful intrusion or entry;
    (B) larceny;
    (C) vandalism or other abuse;
    (D) arson or other criminal activity; or
    (E) personal injury caused by another person or as a result of an act or omission by another person;
    (ii) is controlling, regulating, or directing the flow of movements of an individual or vehicle; or
    (iii) providing street patrol service. See Utah Code 58-63-102
  • Unarmed private security officer: means an individual:
    (a) employed by a contract security company;
    (b) whose primary duty is guarding personal or real property or providing protection or security to the life and well being of humans or animals;
    (c) who does not wear, carry, possess, or have immediate access to a firearm in the performance of the individual's duties; and
    (d) who wears clothing of distinctive design or fashion bearing a symbol, badge, emblem, insignia, or other device that identifies the individual as a security officer. See Utah Code 58-63-102
  • Unprofessional conduct: means the same as that term is defined in Sections 58-1-501 and 58-63-502 and as may be further defined by rule. See Utah Code 58-63-102
  • (2)  failing as an armed private security officer, armored car security officer, or unarmed private security officer, to carry or display a copy of the licensee’s license as required under Section 58-63-308;

    (3)  employment by an armored car company or a contract security company of a qualifying agent, armed private security officer, armored car security officer, or unarmed private security officer knowing that the individual has engaged in conduct that is inconsistent with the duties and responsibilities of a licensee under this chapter; and

    (4)  failing to comply with operating standards established by rule.

    Amended by Chapter 246, 2008 General Session

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