HB 513: Licensed Security Officers
GENERAL BILL by Crisafulli ; Grant ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Costello
Licensed Security Officers; Provides that person who engages in any activity for which ch. 493, F.S., requires license, but who acts without having license, commits misdemeanor of first degree; provides that such person commits felony of third degree for second or subsequent offense of engaging in activities without license; authorizes DACS to impose civil penalty not to exceed specified amount; provides penalties for person who commits any of various acts while impersonating security or other designated officer; authorizes licensed security officer or licensed security agency manager to detain person on premises of critical infrastructure facility in certain circumstances; provides identification requirements for certain licensed security officers.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 House - Died in Business and Consumer Affairs Subcommittee
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Business and Consumer Affairs Subcommittee; Criminal Justice Subcommittee; Appropriations Committee; Economic Affairs Committee -HJ 53
• Introduced -HJ 53
• Died in Business and Consumer Affairs Subcommittee
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