All our security guards are trained to observe, protect and prevent. If you want to become a member of our security team you will need a valid Ontario Security Guard license.  

All security guards employed by North East Regional Security Services are tasked with protecting persons and property in order to prevent harm, theft or damage. Eligible candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have a clean criminal record
  • Be legally able to work in Canada
  • Complete a 40-hour required training course which can be administered by North East Regional Security Services or by a certified training facility
  • Pass provincial exam
  • Have a current C.P.R. and First Aid certificate

Expedite Training

The following steps should be followed in order to expedite the security guard application process:

Step 1. You must submit a resume.

Step 2. You have complete the security guard training course and test. 

Step 3. You have to submit a Security Guard Application.

Step 4. Once your online application and criminal record check is received you can interview and then be eligible for immediate employment.

Step 5. When on duty you must always keep the following documents with you:

  • Valid security guard license obtained from the province
  • Valid photo Identification


North East Regional Security Services believes that continuous training better equips our guards with the skills they will need to face the challenges in the security field. Training is top priority and we believe that it allows our members to be more efficient and effective in their position.

Our continuous in-service training is offered throughout the year and is updated regularly.

Here are some of the topics covered in our training:

  • Powers of Arrests
  • Workplace Violence / Harassment
  • Security Officer Training
  • Crowd Control
  • Observation & Documentation
  • Tactical Communications
  • Public Relations
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Search and Seizure
  • Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • Rules of Evidence
  • Access Control
  • Parking/Traffic Control
  • Static and Mobile Patrol
  • Report Writing
  • Surveillance Techniques
  • Use of Force
  • Investigations
  • Hazardous Materials