A proprietary private security employer shall not do any of the following:
(a) Fail to properly maintain an accurate and current record of the name, address,
commencing date of employment, and position of each proprietary private security officer,
and the date of termination of employment when a proprietary private security officer
is terminated as required by subdivision (a) of Section 7574.21.
(b) Fail to properly maintain an accurate and current record of proof of completion
by each proprietary private security officer of the trainings required by Section 7574.18.
(c) Fail to certify proof of current and valid registration for each employee who
is subject to registration.
(d) Permit any employee to carry a firearm or other deadly weapon, including any electronic
control device, stun gun, baton, or any chemical agent, including pepper spray.
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