Security Industry Licensing Reconsideration
Security Worker Licence Renewal Applicants: Due to delays in processing a large number of renewal applications, the Registrar of Security Services is temporarily extending, by two months, all valid one-year and two-year term security worker licences expiring between the months of April and August 2018 (inclusive).
As the maximum term for a security worker licence is three years, no further term extension is possible for renewal applicants holding a three-year licence. Pending renewal applications for holders of three-year security worker licences are being processed on a priority basis. All other applications will still be processed in date order received.
You can request the Registrar reconsider a decision to:
- Deny you a licence
- Apply conditions to your licence, or
- Suspend or cancel your licence
Your request must be in writing and it must be received by the Registrar no later than 30 days after you received the decision.
The request must identify the error you believe was made or the grounds on which you believe the Registrar’s decision should be reconsidered.
If a special circumstance prevents you from making your request within the 30 day time limit, the Registrar may choose to extend the time you have to file your request.
Once the Registrar receives your written request for reconsideration, the Registrar will confirm, change, or cancel the original decision. You will be sent a letter explaining the Registrar’s decision.
Contact us for more information.