The 2015 California Private Patrol Operator PPO license
test in California is tough to pass-- but we can help!
If you have at least 2000 paid hours (a full-time year)
of paid security or protection experience, and meet
the other background requirements, you probably will
be allowed to apply and then take the California PPO
(Private Patrol Operator) licensing test examination.
If you need the initial state licensing application,
about 20 pages, click here: PPO license application.
You will be filling out about 6 pages, the rest is for reading.
Most applicants don't have a lot of problem with the
test questions dealing with 'being a guard'. That's old
news for most security professionals. Where they crash
and burn on the test is the overwhelming questions about
the management of a state-licensed business-- taxes, hiring,
firing, withholding, eligibility to work in the United States,
regulations, laws, equipment, training, and so much more!
If you need the best of PPO study material to pass the test,
no time-wasting, click here: How To Pass The PPO Test .
Nothing else covers all the essential topics so quick & direct.
Excellent, easy-to-follow GUARANTEED PASS study material,
an 10-pound package with more than 600 sample questions wiith verified
answers and lots of other help with your PPO test and PPO business.
Studies by United States Department of Labor predict that
the need for security personnel will be favorable due to the
expected & growing demand. To review this unbiased and
well-researched report, click here: Security Future Outlook.
This federal report might open your eyes to new possible clients.
'Guard companies' are known as 'private patrol operators'.
Specific employee training is required of company owners.
Not all equipment is usable by all personnel: in California,
many items require training and permitting to be used
on-the-job. Appearance, as in proper uniforms, is often
the key to happy client and more clients. One popular
supplier is listed here: Security Uniforms & Equipment.
Note: It is better to keep existing clients happy than to
have to replace them with new clients just to stay even.