Private Security Agencies are those organisations involved in providing security services including training of security guards.The operation of private security agencies are governed by The Private Security Agencies Regulation Act, 2005 in short called as‘PSARA’.No person or private security agency can commence a business or provide security guard without holding a license.
While filing the application for Private Security Agency Regulation Act, 2005, copies of registration certificate under various other Acts to be annexed with the application form.
Ans: PSARA means The Private Security Agency regulations Act.This Act deals with the control and regulation of private security agencies.
Ans: A person or body of persons other than Government agency department or organisation engaged in the business of providing private security services.
Ans: A person who provides private security to any other person or property with or without arms.
Ans: A person between the age of 18 to 65 only can be engaged as a security guard.
Ans: The duties of the security guard is:To provide private security to any other person or property or both.To assist police authority in any investigation process in any agency activity in which he was employed. To bring to notice about any violation of law to the supervisor.And not to share any information to any unknown person.