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32-2625. Qualifications of applicant for security guard training instructor or firearms safety training instructor registration certificate
A. An applicant for a security guard training instructor or firearms safety training instructor registration certificate issued pursuant to this article shall:
1. Be at least eighteen years of age.
2. Be a citizen or legal resident of the United States who is authorized to seek employment in the United States.
3. Not have been convicted of any felony or currently be under indictment for a felony.
4. Within the five years immediately preceding the application for a security guard training instructor or firearms safety training instructor registration certificate, not have been convicted of any misdemeanor act involving:
(a) Personal violence or force against another person or threatening to commit any act of personal violence or force against another person.
(b) Misconduct involving a deadly weapon as prescribed in section 13-3102.
(c) Dishonesty or fraud.
(f) Domestic violence.
(g) A violation of title 13, chapter 34 or 34.1 or an offense that has the same elements as an offense listed in title 13, chapter 34 or 34.1.
(h) Sexual misconduct.
5. Not be on parole, on community supervision, on work furlough, on home arrest, on release on any other basis or named in an outstanding arrest warrant.
6. Not be serving a term of probation pursuant to a conviction for any act of personal violence or domestic violence, as defined in section 13-3601, or an offense that has the same elements as an offense listed in section 13-3601.
7. Not be any of the following:
(a) Adjudicated mentally incompetent.
(b) Found to constitute a danger to self or others pursuant to section 36-540.
(c) Found incompetent pursuant to rule 11, Arizona rules of criminal procedure.
(d) Found guilty except insane.
8. Not have a disability as defined in section 41-1461, unless that person is a qualified individual with a disability as defined in section 41-1461.
9. Not have been convicted of acting or attempting to act as an associate, a security guard, an armed security guard, a security guard training instructor or a firearms safety training instructor without a license if a license was required.
10. Not be a registered sex offender.
B. In addition to meeting the requirements listed in subsection A of this section, an applicant for a firearms safety training instructor registration certificate that is issued pursuant to this article shall:
1. Successfully complete all background screening and training requirements.
2. Not be a prohibited possessor as defined in section 13-3101 or as described in 18 United States Code section 922.
3. Not have been discharged from the armed services of the United States under other than honorable conditions.