Private Patrol Operator

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A private patrol operator (PPO) operates a business that protects persons or property or prevents theft. They generally employ security guards. In order for a company to become licensed the manager of the company must pass a licensing examination. In addition, each individual applicant, partner, or corporate officer must be eighteen years or older, undergo a criminal history background check and not have committed any violations of the California Private Security Services Act that would be grounds for license suspension or revocation.

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