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“Alarm Employee” shall mean any individual that will be selling, servicing, repairing, installing, or monitoring a security system for a licensed agency in the State of Delaware.

What is the process to become an alarm employee?

1. Individuals must come into one of our two locations for fingerprint and picture processing. Locations are listed below.
2. Individuals must complete the employee application, see the link below. Applications are also available at both locations
3. Upon approval, ID cards will be mailed to the address listed on the individual’s application.


Do I need to be working for an agency to obtain my license?

Yes, you must be working for a licensed agency in the State of Delaware.


What is the age requirement for an alarm employee?

You must be at least 18 years or older to apply.


What is the cost for an alarm employee license?

There is a non-refundable $85.00 fee. We accept cash, certified check, Visa, Master Card, Discover, company check or money order. We cannot accept personal checks or American Express.


Alarm Employee FAQ’s

New/Renewal Application

Lost/Stolen/Name Change Application


NEW LICENSURES/RENEWALS

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.
For the renewal process, a letter of renewal notification will be sent to your agency with the instructions for the renewal application links below:

Security Systems and Protective Services Agency Licensing Procedures

Security Systems and Protective Services Agency Application #1

Owner/Partner/Corporate Officer Application #2

Security Systems and Protective Services Agency Bond Form #3


Related links:

Delaware Code


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