SB 1626 Online training and certification – School Security Guard Online Training for California. Fully compliant with CA SB 1626 / AB 1626 education requirements

  • Fully Accredited and compliant with California SB 1626 requirements
  • 100% online, easy to follow course
  • We are the leading provider of SB 1626 education in California
  • Clients include State of CA school districts and universities
  • Certificate and letter of completion provided to all course graduates
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What is SB 1626?

SB 1626 is a State of California required certification for school security guards. The training was developed by Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS). More information on “What is SB 1626 Training” can be found here and How to become a school security guard in California


Fully compliant with
California SB 1626

Easy to use
online course

Certificate issued upon
completion of course

Clients include CA Public Schools and Universities


State law requires security guards in K-12 school districts or California community college districts to complete a course of training developed by BSIS in consultation with the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (Business and Professions Code section 7583.45 and Education Code sections 38001.5 and 72330.5).

The following syllabus outlines the new course of training.


1.0 Role and Responsibility of School Security Officer (4 hours)
2.0 Laws and Liability (8 hours)
3.0 Security Awareness in the Educational Environment (3 hours)
4.0 Mediation/Conflict Resolution (4 hours)
5.0 Disasters and Emergencies (1 hour)
6.0 Dynamics of Student Behavior (3 hours)
7.0 Examination (1 hours)


1.0 Role and Responsibility of School Security Officers (4 hours)

Learning Goal:

  • History and development of campus security.
  • School security officer’s authority both on and off duty.
  • School security officer’s responsibilities in the educational environment.
  • Sschool security officer’s professional image, and school structure and organization as they relate to campus personnel, ancillary groups and constituent groups.
  1. History and Development of School Security (SB 1626)
  2. Right to Safe Schools – California Constitution Article I, Section 28(c)
  3. Legal Authority
  4. Responsibility in Learning Environment
  5. Structure and Organization of Schools
  6. Intra/Inter Relations With Constituent Groups

2.0 Laws and Liability (8 hours)
Learning Goal:

  • Circumstances under which searches and seizures can be made by school security officers in the educational environment.
  • Concept of In Loco Parentis and Parens Patria.
  • Sstudent discipline process.
  • Role of the different stakeholders in the legal process in the school environment.
  • Crimes as they relate to on-campus violations.
  • Ability to recognize when a violation has occurred, identify the crime by its common name, and classify them as misdemeanors or felonies.
  • The types of incidences that will come to their attention that will require a report to be filed.
  • The liability issues, both on and off campus, that are inherent in the school environment.
  • Privacy issues as they relate to student records.
  1. Search and Seizure
  2. Conduct on Campus
  3. Crimes Against Persons
  4. Mandatory Reporting
  5. Liability

3.0 Security Awareness in (the) Educational Environment (3 hours)
Learning Goal:

  • Awareness of the potential of dangerous situations.
  • Awareness of trespassers and the importance of visitor control.
  • Awareness of the time frame for more potential for problems (break, lunch, after school, etc.).
  • Tools available for handling potentially dangerous situations on and around the campus.
  • Skills and abilities needed to contact and assist in response to medical emergencies.

The student will be provided with an understanding of the tools available for handling potentially dangerous situations on and around the campus.

The student will be provided with the skills and ability to contact and assist in response to medical emergencies.

  1. Weapons on Campus – responses
  2. Trespasser(s)
  3. Potential danger situations in the:
  4. Crowd and Event Management
  5. Crime Scenes

4.0 Mediation/Conflict Resolution (4 hours) –
Learning Goal:

  • The student will understand the importance and techniques for utilizing Mediation/Conflict Resolution skills.
  1. Communication Skills

5.0 Disasters and Emergencies (1 hour)
Learning Goal:

  • School District’s responsibilities for managing disasters and emergencies.
  1. Campus Disasters
  2. Mutual Aid
  3. District Involvement

6.0 Dynamics of Student Behavior (3 hours)
Learning Goal:

  • Recognize the major personality disorders that are responsible for potentially violent outbreaks.
  • Specific education process as it relates to the discipline of special education students
  1. Mental Health & Development (Adolescent)
  2. Dynamics of the Gang
  3. Referral Agencies

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