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A. The particular type of uniform and insignia for a security guard or an armed security guard shall be subject to approval according to rules adopted by the department and shall be such that it will not deceive or confuse the public or be identical with that of any law enforcement officer of the federal government, this state or any political subdivision of this state. Shoulder identification patches shall be worn on all uniform jackets, coats and shirts and shall include the name of the agency licensee. Shoulder identification patches or emblems shall not be less than two inches by three inches in size.
B. No badge or shield shall be worn or carried by a security guard, an armed security guard or an employee or registrant of any patrol service agency or private security guard agency, unless previously approved by the director.