Board Information

Welcome to the Montana Board of Private Security

The Board of Private Security makes every effort to include on this website all relevant information pertaining to the licensing and regulation of Security Alarm Installers, Private Security Guards, Security Alarm Runners, Private Investigators, Private Investigator Trainee's, Process Servers, Certified Firearm Instructors, Resident Managers and, the following related businesses; Electronic Security Company, Contract Security Company, Proprietary Security Organizations and Branch Offices in Montana.

Questions about your application? Call 406-444-5711 or if an applicant for a Private Investigator license call(406) 444-5773.

Fingerprint Background Check:
Effective Oct 1, 2015, fingerprint background checks are required for new applications for licensure as: Alarm Response Runner, Certified Firearms Instructor, Private Investigator, Private Investigator Trainee, Private Security Guard, Process Server, Security Alarm Installer, and Resident Manager, Please review the application instructions for the fingerprint background check process or click here.

 

 

Contact Information

Board Management:
Steve Gallus, Executive Officer
Board Management Bureau
Phone: (406) 841-2370
Email:

Filing a complaint against a Licensee:
Alicia Tangen,Compliance Specialist
Phone: (406) 841-2357
Email:

Continuing Education:
Phone: (406) 444-5696
Email:

Renewals, License Verifications, and Name Changes:
Phone: (406) 444-6880
Email:

Private Investigator applications and licensing:
Phone: (406) 444-5773
Email:

Security Guard, Alarm Installer, Resident Manager, Certified Firearms Instructor and other Applications and Licensing:
Phone: (406) 444-5711
Email:

Contract Security Companies, Proprietary Security Organizations, and Electronic Security Companies, Applications and Licensing Contact:
Phone: (406) 444-5711
Email:

Board Meetings

Board meetings are usually held several times a year.
Meeting minutes are posted within 3 days of board approval.

In general, Board meetings are open to the public.
There are certain meetings or parts (Screening Panel and Executive Session), which are closed to the public.

Scheduled and Proposed Meetings

Board Members

Board members are appointed by the Governor with Senate confirmation. Members serve 3 year terms with no limit on the number of terms a member may serve.

Individual Board Members can be contacted by email at dlibsdpsp@mt.gov. In your message please specify which board member you would like to contact. 

For additional contact information and information on board member terms, please visit the Office of the Governor's link for Board Members and Councils at http://boards.mt.gov/.

Holly Dershem-Bruce, Chairperson Public Member
Wynn Meehan, County Sheriff's Office Member
Tom Mangan, Private Investigator
Dirk Bauwens, Secretary Electronic Security Company
Charles Pesola, Contract Security Company
Mark Guy, City Police Department Member
Jim Thomas, P.O.S.T. Member

Lookup Licensed Individual

Licensee Lookup System

This site is a primary source for verification of license credentials.

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry, Business Standards Division, presents Licensee Lookup information as a service to the public. The Division relies upon information provided by licensees to be true and correct, as required by statute. It is an act of unprofessional conduct for a licensee knowingly to provide erroneous information to the Division.

The Department of Labor and Industry makes no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content of this website. Assessing the accuracy and reliability of information obtained from this website is solely the responsibility of the user. If you have questions regarding information found within this Licensee Lookup website, please contact the specific licensing board directly.

Please note that some disciplinary actions against licensees may not appear immediately on the website. Appeals, effective dates of orders and other administrative processes may delay posting on the website. Please contact the specific licensing board directly if you require discipline information that occurred prior to July 1, 1996.

Download List of Licensees

License Download System

This service allows you to purchase complete lists of individuals, businesses, and contractors licensed with the State of Montana through the Business Standards Division.

Options include:

  • Creating a customized list of licensees by selecting board type, license type, license status, county, etc.;
  • Submitting payment for your list using a credit/debit card or registered user account
  • Downloading your list immediately, and if necessary, retrieving your list within 24-hours of purchase

Renewal Process

  1. The renewal deadline date (expiration date) for all Board of Private Security licensees is (Insert date) of each year.
  2. Renewal opens 60 days prior to your expiration date.  We encourage you to renew your license early in the renewal cycle.
  3. Please note that our online system is available 24/7 during the renewal cycle; however, there is no staff available to assist you after 5:00 p.m.  Waiting until the last hours to renew could mean that there is no one available to assist you, and this may cause your renewal to accrue late fees.

Alarm Response Runner

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the license application which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee:  All fees are non-refundable $100.00

B. Experience Requirements:The employing company will provide training.

C. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

 

D. Renewal Fee: $100

Branch Office

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the license application which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee: All fees are non-refundable $100.00

B. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

C. Renewal Fee: $100.00

D. Other Special License Requirements:
Applicant must be tied to a Licensed Security Company with current liability insurance. Applicant must have a licensed resident manager at the time of application OR make application for a resident manager at the same time.

Certified Firearms Instructor

The following outlines general license information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the application, which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee: All fees are non-refundable $150.00

B. Education Requirements:
Proof of completion of Combat Shooting Instructor Courses.
Proof of completion of a NRA Instructor shooting course or other Board-approved Instructor Course.

C. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

D. Renewal Fee: Active $125  Late $150

E. Other Special License Requirements:
Must show proof of completing at least one board certified shooting course per year.

Contract Security Company

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the application, which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee:  All fees are non-refundable $250.00

B. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

C. Renewal Fee: $200

D. Other Special License Requirements:
Contract companies and proprietary organizations must maintain a minimum of $500,000.00 occurrence form of commercial general liability which includes personal injury and for Electronic Security Companies, errors and omissions coverage. Proof of registration with the Montana Secretary of States Office.

Electronic Security Company

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the application, which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee:  All fees are non-refundable $250.00

B. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

C. Renewal Fee: $200

D. Other Special License Requirements:
Contract companies and proprietary organizations must maintain a minimum of $500,000.00 occurrence form of commercial general liability which includes personal injury and for Electronic Security Companies, errors and omissions coverage. Proof of registration with the Montana Secretary of States Office.

Firearm Endorsement

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the application, which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee:  All fees are non-refundable $50.00

B. Education Requirements:
Pass a Board approved Certified Firearms Training course

C. Experience Requirements:
Meets qualification of licensure as a Private Security Guard or Private Investigator

D. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

E. Renewal Fee: $50

F. Continuing Education Requirements:
Annual re-qualification required by Board Approved Certified Firearms Instructor/course

G. Other Special License Requirements:
Applicant must be currently licensed in good standing as a Private Security Guard. Applicant must be currently licensed in good standing as a Private Investigator.

 

 

 

 

Private Investigator

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the application, which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee: All fees are non-refundable $250.00

B. Education Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent

C. Experience Requirements: 3 years.

D. Examination Information: $20 Examination Fee

E. Renewal Period:  January 1st through March 1st

F. Renewal Fee: Active $175 Late $250

G. Other Special License Requirements:
Must maintain a minimum of $500,000.00 occurrence form of commercial general liability which includes personal injury and errors and omissions coverage. $50 Armed Endorsement

Private Investigator Trainee

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the application, which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee: All fees are non-refundable $150.00

B. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

C. Renewal Fee: Active $100 Late $150

Private Security Guard

 

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the license application which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee: All fees are non-refundable $100.00

B. Experience Requirements:The employing company will provide training.

C. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

D. Renewal Fee: $100

E. Other Special License Requirements: $50 Armed Endorsement for Guards.

 

Process Server

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application to take the exam you will need to obtain the application, which includes a detailed listing of the requirements to take an exam.

A. Application Fee: All fees are non-refundable $100.00

B. Renewal Period: January 1st – March 1st

C. Renewal Fee: $100

D. Examination Information:$25.00

E. Process Server Handbook

Propriety Security Organization

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the application, which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee: All fees are non-refundable $250.00

B. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

C. Renewal Fee: 

D. Other Special License Requirements:
Contract companies and proprietary organizations must maintain a minimum of $500,000.00 occurrence form of commercial general liability which includes personal injury and for Electronic Security Companies, errors and omissions coverage. Proof of registration with the Montana Secretary of States Office.

Security Alarm Installer

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the license application which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee: All fees are non-refundable $100.00

B. Experience Requirements:The employing company will provide training.

C. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

D. Renewal Fee: $100

Resident Manager

The following outlines general licensing information. For specific information on filing an application, you will need to obtain the application, which includes a detailed listing of the requirements.

A. Application Fee: All fees are non-refundable $175.00

B. Experience Requirements: 2 years.

C. Examination Information: $20 Examination Fee

D. Renewal Period: January 1st through March 1st

E. Renewal Fee: Active $125 Late $175

Exam Information

Once your application is approved, you will receive a letter qualifying you to sit for the exam.
The exam is given at the Board's office or at a local job service.
Please notify the Board office of the location where you will be taking the exam at least one week prior to the scheduled date.

Regulations

All of the Statutes and Rules listed here are applicable to this board.

Statutes are laws passed by the Legislature. All changes in statutes must go through the legislative process and be passed into law before they become effective. Title 37, Chapter 1, Part 3 is the Uniform Regulatory Act passed by the Legislature in 1995. All professional and occupational licensing is covered in these statutes.

Administrative Rules pertaining to the practice are written and adopted by the Board of Private Security. The Board writes rules in order to administer the laws over which the Legislature has given the Board authority. Rules can be changed by going through the rule-making procedure. They do not go through the Legislative process. The Board of Private Security continuously reviews rules to determine needed changes.

The Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM) at this site contain what should be the same text as the official version published by the Office of the Secretary of State. There is a possibility, however, that the content may vary from the official version. In addition, the format has been changed for viewing on this web site. A copy of the official ARM in official format can be obtained from the ARM Bureau of the Office of the Secretary of State, by calling (406) 444-2055. A web version of the ARM published by the Secretary of State can be viewed at Secretary of State's Administrative Rules of Montana.

Administrative Rules

Rules Notices

MONTANA ADMINISTRATIVE REGISITER (MAR) 24-182-35

In the matter of the amendment of ARM 24.182.101 organization, 24.182.201 procedural rules, 24.182.202 public participation, 24.182.301 definitions, 24.182.401 fee schedule, 24.182.403 identification pocket card, 24.182.405 insurance and surety bond requirements, 24.182.407 regulations of uniform, 24.182.420 qualification of firearms for armed endorsement, 24.182.421 requalification required annually, 24.182.501 required information for application, 24.182.504 military training or experience, 24.182.505 written examination, 24.182.507 temporary practice permit, 24.182.511 private investigator trainee, 24.182.520 certified firearms instructor, 24.182.525 company licensure and branch offices, 24.182.801 firearms training courses; the adoption of new rules I private investigator training program, II private security guard training program, III security alarm installer training program, IV alarm response runner training program, V standards for continuing education, VI annual continuing education requirements, VII non-approved activities, VIII auditing of continuing education hours, IX inactive status and conversion to active status, X alarm response runner, XI private investigator, XII private security guard, XIII process server, XIV resident manager, XV security alarm installer, XVI nonroutine applications; and the repeal of ARM 24.182.503 experience requirements

MONTANA ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTER (MAR) 24-101-307

In the matter of the amendment of ARM 24.101.402 definitions and 24.101.403 administrative fees, and the repeal of 24.101.401 purpose, 24.101.407 licensing, and 24.101.414 renewal notification

MONTANA ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTER (MAR) 24-182-34

In the matter of the adoption of NEW RULE I military training or experience

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ADOPTION
posted March 7, 2014

NOTICE OF ADOPTION
posted May 20, 2014

MONTANA ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTER (MAR) 24-101-259

In the matter of the adoption of NEW RULE I registration for out-of-state volunteer professionals

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ADOPTION
posted November 7, 2011

NOTICE OF ADOPTION
posted January 27, 2012

MONTANA ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTER (MAR) 24-182-33

In the matter of the amendment of ARM 24.182.401 fee schedule and the adoption of NEW RULES I through V training courses standards and curriculum

MONTANA ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTER (MAR) 24-182-32

In the matter of the amendment of ARM 24.182.301 definitions, 24.182.401 fee schedule, 24.182.420 firearms, 24.182.421 re-qualification, 24.182.501 application, 24.182.503 experience requirements, 24.182.505 written examination, 24.182.507 temporary permit, 24.182.511 trainee, 24.182.520 firearms licensure, and 24.182.2301 unprofessional conduct

MONTANA ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTER (MAR) 24-101-203

In the matter of the adoption of NEW RULE I pertaining to licensee lookup database

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED ADOPTION
posted January 23, 2009

NOTICE OF ADOPTION
posted July 10, 2009

MONTANA ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTER (MAR) 24-182-31

In the matter of the proposed amendment of ARM 24.182.401 fees and 24.182.503 experience requirements

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENT
posted January 24, 2008

NOTICE OF AMENDMENT
posted May 1, 2008

 

Statutes

Complaints

Complaint Information

It is the policy, intent, and purpose of the Board of Private Security to provide quality regulatory functions and services to the profession it regulates and the public in order to promote, maintain, and preserve an ever-improving high degree of competence in the profession, satisfaction in the public, and an everlasting environment in which the profession operates.

In order to meet its mission, the Board is charged with taking appropriate action for Unprofessional Conduct and Misconduct. You can learn more about the complaint process or file a complaint with the Board here.

Complaint Contact

Complaints Contact Alisha Tangen, Compliance Specialist
Telephone: (406) 841-2357
E-mail: alicia.tangen@mt.gov

Complaint Process

Complaint Form

Complaint Process FAQ

The Complaint Process

This process is used for the Boards that are administered in the Business Standards Division. The various Programs administered in the Division use a similar process.

Important: When filing or responding to a complaint, be as thorough as possible. You may attach additional documents to the complaint form to ensure that all pertinent information has been included. The Screening Panel meeting is NOT a hearing, but is a time for the panel to consider the complaint and response. Attendance is your choice. If you attend the panel may ask additional questions. Please notify this office prior to the meeting if you plan to attend.

After a complaint has been filed against a licensed individual the Compliance Office will send a letter of acknowledgment to the person who filed the complaint (Complainant), and a letter requesting a response (with a copy of the complaint) to the licensee against whom the complaint was filed.

The Licensee may submit a written response addressing the complaint to the Compliance Office. The process continues whether or not a response is submitted. The Complainant is not entitled to a copy of the response.

The Compliance Office will notify the Licensee and Complainant regarding the date and time of any meeting during which the case will be discussed.

Complaints remain confidential unless a Notice of Proposed Board Action is issued, which is a public document along with all subsequent legal filings.

Meetings

  • Closed Meeting - During a Closed Meeting only the Licensee, the Complainant, and/or attorneys for either can be in attendance. Minutes of Closed Meetings are not public documents.
  • Open Meeting - A public meeting which anyone can attend. The minutes of Open meetings are public documents and made available online via the specific Board’s webpage. (Adjudication Panel meetings are usually open.)

Individuals may attend a meeting in person or by telephone. Please notify this office prior to the meeting if you plan to attend the meeting.

Screening Panel

  • Screening Panel - A committee comprised of members of the Board. The Screening Panel’s function is to determine the preliminary action(s) to take on a complaint. Possible preliminary actions include dismissal, investigation, or a finding of Reasonable Cause.

The complaint and response (if any) are submitted to the Screening Panel members. The Screening Panel meeting is not a hearing, but rather a committee meeting to review and discuss the complaint and response to determine if disciplinary action is warranted.

Dismissal

If the Screening Panel dismisses a complaint, the complaint can be dismissed with or without prejudice (see definitions below).

  • Dismissal With Prejudice - The complaint is dismissed and cannot be considered by the Screening Panel in the future.
  • Dismissal Without Prejudice - The complaint is dismissed but may be considered by the Screening Panel in the future if there are ever allegations of a similar nature.

Investigation

Only a member of the Screening Panel can request an investigation of a complaint. If an investigation is requested by the Screening Panel, the case is assigned to an investigator who may request an interview with the Licensee, the Complainant, and/or other individuals. Upon completion of the investigation, a written report is submitted to the Screening Panel, which will then determine if there is Reasonable Cause to proceed with disciplinary action.

Reasonable Cause

  • Reasonable Cause - A finding by the Screening Panel that evidence exists that a violation of statutes and rules has occurred which warrants proceeding with disciplinary action.

If Reasonable Cause is found, the Department Counsel issues a Notice of Proposed Board Action (Notice) to the Licensee. Once a Notice is issued, it is public information. A proposed Stipulation may be included with the Notice.

  • Notice - A legal document from the Department’s Legal Counsel which sets forth the Department’s factual assertions, the statutes or rules relied upon, and advising the licensee of the right to a hearing.
  • Stipulation - A tentative agreement for settlement of the case. A Stipulation is not finalized until approved by the Adjudication Panel.

The Licensee may either sign the Stipulation or contest the proposed action by requesting an administrative Hearing (a legal process before a Hearing Examiner). If the Licensee wishes to request a hearing, written request must be received within twenty (20) days from receipt of the Notice. Failure to either sign a Stipulation or request a hearing within twenty (20) days may result in the issuing of a Final Order of Default against the licensee.

  • Default - the licensee’s acceptance of the disciplinary action demonstrated by failing to participate in the process

Adjudication Panel

  • Adjudication Panel - A committee comprised of members of the Board who are NOT on the Screening Panel. The Adjudication Panel determines the final outcome of a case.

The Adjudication Panel reviews the record to determine appropriate sanctions. A Final Order is issued by the Adjudication Panel, completing the complaint process.

Complaint Process Flow

Current license status and information regarding disciplinary action(s) against a licensee can be accessed online at: https://ebiz.mt.gov/pol/

How to File a Complaint

The Department is charged with regulating professions and occupations for the protection of the public as a whole. Although the Department does not represent individuals filing complaints, the Department will review complaints in a timely manner to ensure a complaint is processed and that the Board will take appropriate action.

The length of time for resolution of a complaint is impossible to estimate due to the various complexities presented in individual complaints.

The following types of complaints may be filed:

  • Unprofessional conduct by a licensee;
  • Unprofessional conduct by a license applicant;
  • Unlicensed practice of the profession or occupation.

If an individual is unsure of what constitutes unprofessional conduct and needs a description of the various types, reference to Montana statutes and rules will provide an answer. These are found at your local public library or at the appropriate board site on this web page.

Drop Off or Mail to:
"Name of the Board or Program the complaint pertains to"
Business Standards Division
301 South Park, 4th Floor
PO Box 200514
Helena, MT 59620-0514

Unlicensed Practice Complaint Process

Department of Labor & Industry - Business Standards Division

PO Box 200513, Helena, MT 59620-0513

When a complaint or other information is received alleging possible unlicensed practice...

  • (If the allegation is not made in the form of a formal written complaint, a complaint form is completed by the Department and a complaint number is assigned.)
  • A copy of the complaint and a request for a written response are mailed to the person against whom the complaint was filed (Respondent).
  • A written acknowledgment that the complaint has been received is mailed to the person who filed the complaint (Complainant)
  • The respondent may submit a letter of response to the complaint. If a written response is not submitted, the complaint process continues without a response.
  • The complainant and the respondent are sent written notify cation of the date, time, and location of any meeting at which the complaint will be discussed.

The Board Meeting

  • Unlicensed Practice complaints are addressed by the Full Board in executive session (meaning closed to the public). Board meetings are open to the public unless the chairperson determines an individual’s right to privacy outweighs the public’s right to know. If so, that portion of the meeting will be closed to the public (only the respondent, complainant, and legal counsel for each (if any) may be present).
  • The complaint and response (if any) are provided to the board members prior to an upcoming board meeting for their review. The board meeting is not a hearing, but rather a meeting at which the information provided is considered and discussed by the board.

DISMISSAL

  • If the board dismisses a complaint, the complaint can be dismissed with or without prejudice.
  • Dismissal With Prejudice-The complaint is dismissed and cannot be considered in the future.
  • Dismissal Without Prejudice-The complaint is dismissed but may be considered by the board in the future if there are ever allegations of a similar nature.

INVESTIGATION

  • The board can request an investigator be assigned to gather additional information surrounding the allegations made in the complaint. This may involve interviews with the respondent, the complainant, and possible witnesses.
  • After the investigation has been completed, an investigative report is prepared and presented to the board for consideration at a subsequent meeting.
  • Following the board’s review of the investigative report, a determination is made to either dismiss the complaint or take action in the form of a Cease and Desist or an Injunction.

CEASE & DESIST / INJUNCTION

  • The board may issue a Cease & Desist or seek an Injunction.
  • Cease & Desist–A letter from the administrative agency prohibiting a person or business from doing or continuing to do a certain activity.
  • Injunction-A writ granted by a court prohibiting a person or business from doing or continuing to do a certain activity.

For more information, contact DLI Business Standards Division at 406-841-2300

FAQ

All of the license applications required by this board are available right on this website under the Forms and/or License tab. The applications have been recently updated to reflect changes in statute and rule over the past few years. The detailed explanation of the application process is on the instruction page for each different license. All of our applicants excepting companies are required to undergo a fingerprint and background check. This process is handled separately through the Montana Department of Justice, not the Board of Private Security. A routine application is processed within 30 days of receipt pending it is complete, fingerprints are not rejected and no request for additional information to clarify the application information is needed

All licenses renew annually on March 1st. A notice (not a renewal form) is sent to address of record approximately 2 months prior to your active license expiring. It contains your license number, PIN and type of license. The notice is not forwarded; therefore it is important that you notify the Board in writing should your address change. The most convenient way to renew is on-line (for your convenience this web page has a link to the renewal page under the “services” tab). If you do not have access to a computer, call or e-mail the Board office and we will mail or fax a copy of your renewal to you. All mailed checks or money orders must be accompanied by the completed renewal form.

No. The Department is not set up to handle money transactions by phone.

There are only two license categories that allow armed status, Private Investigator and Private Security Guard.

Complete the Firearm Endorsement application and submit with the required documentation and fee and a new card will be mailed to you indicating “armed” status.

All initial and re-qualifications need to be under the supervision of a currently licensed, Board approved, Certified Firearms Instructor, or a Montana Post Certified Instructor. Upon satisfactory completion, the paperwork is submitted to the Board office to update your file. If you renew without the firearm requalification certificate, your new card will list you as unarmed.

No, statute and rule specifically prohibit the wearing of a badge for any of our licensees. Uniforms are also regulated by the Board.

The Board of Private Security does not recognize reciprocity with other states so you need to apply as a new applicant in the state of Montana. You cannot provide services in the state as defined by statute and rule under this Board without a current Montana license.

This site is a primary source for verification of license credentials.

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry, Business Standards Division, presents Licensee Lookup information as a service to the public. The Division relies upon information provided by licensees to be true and correct, as required by statute. It is an act of unprofessional conduct for a licensee knowingly to provide erroneous information to the Division.

The Department of Labor and Industry makes no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content of this website. Assessing the accuracy and reliability of information obtained from this website is solely the responsibility of the user. If you have questions regarding information found within this Licensee Lookup website, please contact the specific licensing board directly.

Please note that some disciplinary actions against licensees may not appear immediately on the website. Appeals, effective dates of orders and other administrative processes may delay posting on the website. Please contact the specific licensing board directly if you require discipline information that occurred prior to July 1, 1996.

Click here to view FAQ regarding the Department of Labor and Industry administrative suspension process adopted by the board.