An armored car guard is an individual employed by a licensed armored car carrier to: 1) provide secured transportation; 2) protect and safeguard valuable cargo from one place to another; or 3) provide cash services for automated teller machines, all by means of bullet-resistant armored vehicles. Additionally, an armored car guard possesses or has access to a firearm. Excluded from registration are those armored car employees who may drive or accompany the armored car vehicle, but who do not carry or are not authorized to access a firearm. It is the responsibility of licensees to understand the Armored Car Carriers and Armored Car Guards License Law.
Armored Car Industry Reciprocity
United States Code Annotated, Title 15. Commerce and Trade, Chapter 85.
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Licensing of Armored Car Carriers and Registration of Armed Guards