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Post by StevenWS on Sun May 04, 2014 11:47 am

Below is a letter and link that everyone in the security industry in Alberta should read:

April 8, 2014 
Dear SSIA Stakeholder: 
Re: Security Services and Investigators Regulatory Review 
On June 1, 2010, the Security Services and Investigators Act (Act) and supporting Regulations 
were brought into force. This important piece of legislation allows the Government of Alberta to 
license businesses and individuals engaged in the broad industry of security and investigative 
The Security Services and Investigators Act has been responsible for significant successes in the 
areas of enhanced service delivery, creation of a unique visual identity through uniform/vehicle 
standardization, a new commonality of best practices and processes, introduction of mandatory 
training programs, and more cohesive interaction protocols with the Public Security Division. 
These successes have helped deliver on the Government of Alberta’s goal to ensure minimum 
standards of training, accountability, and professionalism within the industry. 
An important part of the regulatory process was the inclusion of an expiry date of March 31, 
2015, for the Security Services and Investigators Regulation and Security Services and 
Investigators (Ministerial) Regulation to ensure these documents would be closely examined and 
where necessary, changed to better reflect the needs of Albertans and industry stakeholders. 
As Registrar for the Act, I am asking for the security industry’s input prior to consultation 
meetings. Enclosed is a discussion guide that has been developed to give more information about 
the approach and to focus discussion on some of the key questions. 
Please provide your feedback by May 12, 2014, as it will assist us in addressing this important 
issue. Stakeholder consultation sessions will be held from May 26 to June 6, 2014, in Edmonton, 
Red Deer and Calgary. Please visit for the schedule and to 
reserve spaces or call 1-877-462-0791. 
 Sean Bonneteau 
Security Services and Investigator Act

Get in your feedback: 

[url= Regulation Review - Letter and Discussion Guide.pdf][/url]

Steven WS

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Post by BryanM35 on Wed Sep 30, 2015 12:15 am

This information is very necessary and required to know for security persons of Alberta.

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