CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING PROGRAM ADMISSIONS
In order to enroll for any class or program, we will ask several questions when you sign up. These questions include:
Are you a High School Graduate or Equivalent?
Are you at least 18 years of age?
Have you ever been convicted of a felony?
Have you ever been convicted of an offense as a Juvenile that would prohibit you from possessing or carrying a firearm?
Have you ever been convicted of a Misdeamonor offense within the 5 year period immediately preceding this application pertaining to possession of a controlled substance or marijuana?
Have you ever been convicted in any court of a Misdemeanor crime of domestic violence or assault and battery of a family member?
Have you ever been adjjudicated mentally defective or are a danger to yourself or others?
Have you ever been acquitted by reason of insanity or adjudicated an incapacitated person by a Virgina or any court?
Have you ever been involuntarily admitted to a facilty or order to mandatory outpatient treatment?
Are you the subect of, or named as respondent in a Restraining or Protective Order?
Are you a United States citizen or legal resident alien?
Have you ever been discharged from the Armed Forces of the United Stated under 'Dishoorable Conditions"?
Are you a fugitive from justice?
BRCJA Training School Rules
All classes start on time as noted
Any student that arrives more than fifteen (15) minutes late will be removed from training
Students must attend all classes in order pass the training
Cell phones will be turned off or silenced at the discretion of the instructor
Dress code will be strictly enforced
Breaks will be given on the hour
Food or drinks in the classroom will be at the discretion of the instructor
80% or higher score is required on all written tests or range qualifications
Any student that scores a 70-79% on a written test, will be afforded a second attempt to retake the test
Only company issued equipment will used during training, to include firearms training
Eye protection and muff type hearing protection must be worn on the firing range
All DCJS fees will be paid by the company
Any complaints should be brought to the school director for resolution
Private Security Code of Ethics
Virginia Private Security Services Advisory Board
As a member of the Virginia Private Security community, I pledge:
To accept private security responsibilities and obligations by protecting life and property; preventing and reducing crimes; upholding the law; and respecting the constitutional rights of all persons.
To conduct myself with honesty and integrity and to adhere to the highest moral principles in the performance of my security duties.
To be faithful, diligent, and dependable in discharging my duties, and to uphold at all times the laws, policies, and procedures that protect the rights of others.
To observe the precepts of truth, accuracy and prudence, without allowing personal feelings, prejudices, animosities or friendships to influence my judgments.
To respect and protect confidential and privileged information except in those instances contrary to law or to this Code of Ethics.
To cooperate with appropriate criminal justice and government agencies concerning matters within their purview.
To accept no gratuity, promise or other favor which would compromise my integrity.
To strive continually to improve my performance through training and educational opportunities to better prepare me for my duties.
To conduct myself professionally at all times and to perform my duties in a manner that reflects credit upon myself, my company, and the private security community.