All persons, partnerships or corporations that engage in the business of supplying, for reward, the services of crowd controllers or security officers must be licensed. A security firm must comply with the provisions of the Private Security Act and ensure their employees are familiar with and comply with the mandatory Codes of Practice approved under the Act.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
One, two or three years.
1 year - Individual/Partnership $713
2 years - Individual/Partnership $1,069
3 years - Individual/Partnership $1,260
Fee applies to each partner in a partnership.
1 year - Corporation $1,424
2 years - Corporation $2,063
3 years - Corporation $2,464
Private Security Act 1995 (Northern Territory)
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