Security Officer Jobs in Ohio

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, security officers are in high demand in Ohio.

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This is from the website of the state government of Ohio:

Chapter 4749: PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS; SECURITY SERVICES

(B) “Business of private investigation” means, except when performed by one excluded under division (H) of this section, the conducting, for hire, in person or through a partner or employees, of any investigation relevant to any crime or wrong done or threatened, or to obtain information on the identity, habits, conduct, movements, whereabouts, affiliations, transactions, reputation, credibility, or character of any person, or to locate and recover lost or stolen property, or to determine the cause of or responsibility for any libel or slander, or any fire, accident, or damage to property, or to secure evidence for use in any legislative, administrative, or judicial investigation or proceeding.

(C) “Security guard provider” means any person who engages in the business of security services.

(D) “Business of security services” means either of the following:

(1) Furnishing, for hire, watchpersons, guards, private patrol officers, or other persons whose primary duties are to protect persons or property;

(2) Furnishing, for hire, guard dogs, or armored motor vehicle security services, in connection with the protection of persons or property.

(E) “Class A license” means a license issued under section 4749.03 of the Revised Code that qualifies the person issued the license to engage in the business of private investigation and the business of security services.

(F) “Class B license” means a license issued under section 4749.03 of the Revised Code that qualifies the person issued the license to engage only in the business of private investigation.

(G) “Class C license” means a license issued under section 4749.03 of the Revised Code that qualifies the person issued the license to engage only in the business of security services.