1994 Published first state approved Basic Security Training Program
1998 Re-Certified PACSCO Basic Training Program
2002 Re-certified Basic Training
2003 Sponsored SB88 Giving citation authority to DOPL for security licensing
2005 Opposed HB 368 Proposed to give DOPL Investigators Special Function Status
2005 Opposed SB 71 Eliminating special event bag checker from being licensed
2006 Re-certified and expanded Basic training
2007 Sponsored SB 83 Armored Car Bill
2008 Certified 16 Hour Post-Hire Training Program
2008 Expanded Basic Training to include Armored Car officers.
2008 Re-Certified Basic Training Program
2009 On-line testing
2010 Created a Train The Trainer module to be used with the PACSCO Training Program.
2011 Sponsoring HB 375to allow armed security officers to work unarmed posts. (this is a defect in the 1994 Legislation) Passed!
2011 Supporting SB 92 Requirements for police officers to private security. Passed!
2012 Supported SB 120 Expanded requirements for law enforcement doing security. Passed!
2012 Re-Certified PACSCO Basic Security Officer Training Program.
2013 Supported SB 130, changes to the Security Personnel Licensing Act
2014 PACSCO Basic Training Program re-certified.
2014 Supported SB 94, Changes to the Security Personnel Licensing Act
2014 Proposed changes to the Basic Security Officer Training Program. DOPL approval 6/24/2014
2016 Supported SB 227S, Changes to the Licensing Board
2016 Supported HB 427, Adding protections to law enforcement officers working as security officers
2016 Expanded Firearms Training and submitted Basic Training Program for re-certification
2017 Supported HB 425S Changes to the Security Personnel Licensing Act
2018 Supported SB 197 Set the minimum training hours for Unarmed & Armed Security Officer. Passed
2019 Supported Rules change to reflect the minimum training hours as established by the legislature in 2018.
2019 Basic Training Program re-formatted to follow new training guidelines as established by the Board.