SECURITY GUARD OR PATROL SERVICES
This classification applies to employers that contract with others to provide guard or patrol services for the purpose of controlling access, maintaining security, public safety or loss prevention at locations, including but not limited to shopping malls, office buildings, retail stores, apartment complexes, hospitals, hotels, gated communities, sporting events, clubs, restaurants or taverns, public roadways, public events and parties. Security or patrol personnel include but are not limited to security guards, bodyguards, street crossing guards, loss prevention agents, gate attendants, lobby attendants and door attendants. Security or patrol personnel may or may not be armed or in uniform.
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