Any person registered as a security guard or patrolperson, and the employer of the security guard or patrolperson, shall deliver to the director a written report describing fully the circumstances surrounding any incident involving the discharge of any firearm in which he or she was involved while acting within the course and scope of his or her employment, within seven days after the incident. The report shall be made on a form prescribed by the director which shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
(a) The name, address, and date of birth of the guard or patrolperson.
(b) The registration number of the guard or patrolperson.
(c) The firearm permit number and baton permit number of the guard or patrolperson, if applicable.
(d) The name of the employer of the person.
(e) The description of any injuries and damages that occurred.
(f) The identity of all participants in the incident.
(g) Whether a police investigation was conducted relating to the incident.
(h) The date and location of the incident. Any report may be investigated by the director to determine if any disciplinary action is necessary.
A copy of the report delivered to the director pursuant to this section shall also be delivered within seven days of the incident to the local police or sheriff's department which has jurisdiction over the geographic area where the incident occurred.
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