Sec. 17. (1) A licensee may employ as many persons as he or she considers necessary to assist
him or her in his or her work of security alarm system contractor, private security
police, private college security force, or private security guard and in the conduct of his or her business, and at all times
during the employment is accountable for the good conduct in the business of each
person so employed.
(2) Employees in the employ of a licensee after March 28, 2001 shall meet the qualifications
outlined in section 6(1)(c), (e), (j), and (k), 1 be at least 18 years of age, and have had at least an eighth grade education or its
equivalent. An employee in the employ of a licensee on or before March 28, 2001 shall meet the
qualifications outlined in section 6(1)(d), (e), (j), and (k), be at least 18 years
of age, and have had at least an eighth grade education or its equivalent. Employees hired by a licensee after June 21, 2002 shall meet the qualifications outlined in section 6(1)(c), (e), (j), and (k), be
at least 18 years of age, and have at least a high school diploma, a GED, or its equivalent.
(3) A licensee shall keep and maintain in this state adequate and complete personnel
information on all persons employed by him or her. A complete employee roster in a manner described by the department shall be filed
with the department by each licensee on a quarterly basis. The rosters must be filed with the department by April 15, July 15, October 15,
and January 15 for the preceding quarter. Failure to submit accurate rosters is cause for suspension of the license. A renewal application shall not be processed if the quarterly roster has not been
received for each quarter of the preceding 2-year license period.
(4) If a licensee falsely states or represents that a person is or has been in his
or her employ, the false statement or representation is sufficient cause for the revocation
of the license.
(5) A person shall not falsely state or represent that he or she is an agent of a
licensed security alarm system contractor, private security police officer, private college security force officer, or private security guard. A person who violates this subsection is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment
for not more than 93 days or a fine of not more than $500.00, or both.
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