The private security profession includes armed and unarmed security guards, personal protection officers, private investigators, alarm systems installers and monitors, armored car couriers, electronic access control device installers, and locksmiths.
The Texas Department of Public Safety Private Security Program regulates the private security and private investigation industry in Texas under the Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 1702 and the Private Security Board’s Administrative Rules. TEEX is currently licensed by the Texas Private Security Bureau as a class F–Level III Training School.
|Course Number||Title||Description||Funding Option||Delivery Type||Division|
|SAP102||Effective Communication and Interviewing||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|
|SAP104||Report Writing and Documentation||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|
|SAP201||Private Security Bureau Level II||Quick View Course Description||ILEPSE|