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Security Guard Training in Massachusetts

To become an unarmed security guard in Massachusetts, certification is not required. However, there are some basic requirements that must be met under the Watch Guard Patrol Agency.

Basic Requirements for unarmed security guard in Massachusetts:

Must be at least 18 year old
Must be a United States citizen or registered resident alien
Drug testing (which may be ongoing
Successfully passing a background check

Other Requirements that May Be Helpful:

Driver’s License
Good physical conditioning
Be able to stand long periods of time
Good Communication skills

Security Guard Training

Training courses are not required by state for unarmed security guards in Massachusetts; however, certain training may be required by the company that hires you. Useful training would include:

  • Role of Private Security
  • Legal Aspects
  • Patrol and Observation
  • Incident Response
  • Security Resources: Surveillance operation and documentation
  • Customer Service Issues: Working with and addressing the public
  • First Aid Overview

For more information, please visit the website of the Massachusetts State Police or call 617-727-3200.

7 Responses to “Security Guard Training in Massachusetts”

  1. I’m 23 year old and served in the United States Marine Corps. I’m willing to do anything even if it takes a long time to achieve as i don’t want a job i want a career something that i can do and love it and the chance to be a Security Officer. I meet all the requirements i don’t drink i don’t even do any drugs. I did Security when i was in USMC and when i was in Shriver Job Corps. I’m Certified in Cpr and First aid the only thing i don’t have is that i don’t have a drivers license. It’s not easy to find a job in the Security Field when most require a drivers license and if they don’t there not willing to tell you where there located till you apply and there willing to give you an interview. Wished there was something that i could do or even get an advise.

  2. Our Massachusetts Security Guard Patrol Service Company can help you find the career you are looking for in The Boston Security Market. New England Security has got your back!

  3. I LOOKING FOR WORK AS A ARMED SECURITY.

  4. Go to the Grafton Job Corps instead

  5. I’m 21, currently living in the New Bedford area. I’ve been trying to get into the security business for a long time no but still I’m very unsure as to where I should start. I’m in great physical shape, played sports all of my life. I don’t do any drugs, wouldn’t have any problems with that. Not to mention the job I have now, working in a printing shop, requires me to be on my feet all day so that wouldn’t be a problem either. Any help in the right direction would be greatly appreciated! Thanks a lot!!

  6. I’m 25 years old, with a non military non security background. I stay in good shape. I have my permit, and are in good standing to get my Driver’s License. And are ready for a career change. Where should I began.

  7. With what has happened in Boston, I would like to say to everyone to do the things which are requiered to become a Security Guard. It is a good job for persons who want to protect people. I have been one myself. Good Luck to everyone.

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