“Security alarm business” means a partnership, corporation or other business entity engaged in the sales, installation, service, maintenance, repair, replacement, or provision of monitoring services at a customer’s home or customer’s business. This term does not include a partnership, corporation or other business entity that is engaged in sales of security alarm systems in a retail store location, online or by telephone.
What are the legal requirements to become an Alarm Employee in Delaware?
1. Be at least 18 years of age upon application.
2. No conviction of any felony or other disqualifying crime – see the link below
All legal requirements and regulations…
What is the process to obtain or renew an Alarm Employee License in Delaware?
Please note this process has been updated and changed!
STEP #1 – Fingerprints/Photo ID – Background
Individuals must schedule a fingerprint/Photo ID appointment with IdentoGO – using the link below, then present themselves in-person at the appointment location selected. Once fingerprints are obtained IdentoGO will then forward all relevant background information to Delaware State Police/Professional Licensing for review.
Use Service Code 27RVS1
STEP #2 – Email Application documents to Professional Licensing
Once the IdentoGO appointment is completed, individuals must email the information outlined below to Delaware State Police/Professional Licensing using this email address –
Individuals applying for an ALARM AGENCY EMPLOYEE ID Card/License
Alarm Agency Employee Application – Individuals must be employed Licensed Alarm Agency in Delaware.
When emailing please use the following subject line: last name, first name-Private Investigator Application (for example – smith, john-Private Investigator Application)
STEP #3 – Approval / Denial
When Professional Licensing has received IdentoGO results and processed all information requested in Step #4 the application will be approved or denied.
ALARM AGENCY EMPLOYEE Identification Cards/Licenses are valid for two (2) years.
The licensure and renewal of an agency must be approved by the Professional Licensing Section on behalf of the Superintendent of the Delaware State Police. To begin the process of licensure, please start by reviewing the Security Systems and Protective Services Licensing procedures link below and complete the licensing packet.
The renewal of an agency must be approved by the Professional Licensing Section on behalf of the Superintendent of the Delaware State Police. SSPSA Licenses expire every two (2) years.
To begin the process of licensure renewal, please start by reviewing the Security Systems and Protective Services Licensing procedures link below and complete the licensing packet.