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UNITED STATES CONGRESS 2011 Committee:

Principal Author: Mason M Marc

Bill No:

Delegation:

Title of Bill: Uniformed Security Enforcement Act BE IT ENACTED BY THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS


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Preamble: Sense security officers and persons that are engaged in the business of security are engaged in the protection of property and people and conduct para-law enforcement activities through there very nature of patrol and emergency response and in most cases use the names: Merchant Police Security Police Special Police Private Police In addition to the names used by security today from the yesteryears security are terms such as “Security Officer” or “Private Officer “ verses “Security Guard” or “Watchmen” SECTION 2: Let security officers as defined in SECTION 1, and persons in the business of security be know as private police and be recognized as part of the law enforcement community. Let security receive all rights and benefits reserved for law enforcement while carrying out there duties of private policing on contracted clients property and or private property. Let security officers and persons in the business of security be authorized to use red and blue light bars on patrol vehicles under the definition of Uniformed Security Enforcement Act. SECTION 3: All security officers and persons in the business of security must mandatorily under go Peace Officers Standards and Training before being able to receive a guard card and or other occupational licensing to carry out the duties of security enforcement. SECTION 4: Limit the powers of law enforcement for security officers and persons in the business of security to contracted client properties and or private property only. SECTION 5: In times of crisis or natural disasters security officers and persons in the business of security may be called upon by the chief of police and or governor of the state to serve as auxiliary emergency services support or police support to keep public order and safety . SECTION 6: Security officers and persons in the business of security must take all courses mandatory by fema to respond to the growing needs of emergency management in times of crisis or disaster. SECTION 7: Let law enforcement training programs receive increased federal funding. Sub-SECTION A: 15% increase in police department funding and 10% increase in discretionary funding when adopting SECTION 1 Sub-SECTION B: 15% increase in states funding and 10% increase in discretionary funding when adopting SECTION 2 Sub-SECTION C: 15% increase in fire department funding and 15% increase in Public works funding when adopting SECTION 3 Sub-SECTION D: 5% increase in homeless shelter funding and 5% increase in food bank funding when adopting SECTION 4 Sub-SECTION E: 10% increase in job corps funding and 15% increase in public education funding when adopting SECTION 5 Sub-SECTION F: 4% increase in work force training funding and 10% increase in counties funding when adopting SECTION 6 SECTION 5: This bill shall go into effect 120 days after passage.



Uniformed Security Enforcement Act