State Police

ORS 181A.885
Effect of being charged with crime


(1)

If a private security provider is charged with a crime, the private security provider shall notify the private security provider’s employer, or, if the private security provider is not employed, the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, of that fact not later than 48 hours after the charge is filed.

(2)

If an executive manager knows that an employee has been charged with a crime, the executive manager shall notify the department of that fact not later than 48 hours after the executive manager acquired the knowledge.

(3)

The department may suspend the certificate or license of a private security provider charged with a crime pending disposition of the charge.

(4)

If an applicant for certification or licensure as a private security provider is charged with a crime, the applicant shall notify the department of that fact not later than 48 hours after the charge is filed. [Formerly 181.885]

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Jun. 26, 2021