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3 STEPS TO GET THE CALIFORNIA GUARD CARD

Instructions and Guidelines

1. Complete Mandatory Training

BSIS requires you to take 8 hours of training before you can apply for a California Guard Card. Complete the training course: “Power to Arrest” and “Weapons of Mass Destruction”. Complete the 2 courses on this Website. Write down the serial number listed on the certificate of completion.

2. Submit Your Application

The application can be submitted by mail or online. You can Apply Online. You will need to register, to apply for the license. These are the Fees. The online application method has the fastest turnaround. Watch the Video Application Process BSIS Guard Card. If you have any issues or problems with the application, you can call the Breeze website support at: (916) 322-4000 or the BSIS directly at: (800) 952-5210.

3. Get Live Scanned

After submitting your application, you must download the Live Scan. Fill it out and take it to your nearest Live Scan Operator facility. Locate a local Live Scan Operator. There you will find the fees and you can make your appointment.

Verify If Your Application Has Been Approved

Check if your license guard card has been approved, or updated in the case of an expired license:

After Getting your Guard Card BSIS Requires Continued Education

BSIS requires you to complete another 32 hours of training. You have 30 days to complete 16 of training, and then another 6 months, to complete another 16 hours. On our Website, you can select the courses to complete your training hours.

Renew your Guard Card

After completing these hours, 8 hours of continuing training must be completed annually, to renew your guard card. You can get a Membership Plans with us to save money. 

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