Moore Protection is dedicated to providing the best possible home security systems and services in the greater Los Angeles Area. We have been certified by many different organizations, so you can feel safe when you are protected through Moore Protection. Take a look at all of the organizations that has certified our security professionals.
Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS)
The Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS) licenses and regulates the private security industry. The Bureau has jurisdiction over security guards, private patrol operators, proprietary private security officers, proprietary private security employers, private investigators, alarm companies and their employees, locksmiths and their employees, and repossession companies and their employees. The Bureau also has jurisdiction over the firearm and baton training facilities and instructors that provide training to BSIS applicants. The mission of the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services is to protect and serve the public and consumers while ensuring a competent and fair private security marketplace. Verify our license
ASIS International is a global community of more than 38,000 security practitioners, each of whom has a role in the protection of assets - people, property, and/or information. Our members represent virtually every industry in the public and private sectors, and organizations of all sizes. From entry-level managers to CSOs to CEOs, from security veterans to consultants and those transitioning from law enforcement or the military, the ASIS community is global and diverse. No other organization possesses the vast array of knowledge, expertise, and experience.
Association of Threat Assessment Professionals
The Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP) was founded in 1992 as a non-profit organization comprised of law enforcement, prosecutors, mental health professionals, corporate security experts, probation and parole personnel and others involved in the area of threat and violence risk assessment. The purpose of ATAP is to afford its members a professional and educational environment to exchange ideas and strategies to address such issues as stalking, threats, and homeland security. The primary focus of this organization is to provide the necessary knowledge, tools, and support to better prepare our membership to handle these types of situations. Our commitment is to expertly address these issues through seminars and training and networking with other professionals working in this field.
The Association was organized for educational and charitable activities for law enforcement officers in command ranks and supervisory agents of state & federal law enforcement agencies as well as leaders in the private security sector. NACOP also provides funding to small departments, officers and the family of those officer’s paralyzed and disabled in the line of duty.
Certified Protection Professionals (CPP)
For years the world has recognized a need for competent professionals who can effectively manage complex security issues that threaten people and the assets of families, corporations, governments, and public and private institutes. As the emphasis on protecting people, property, and information increases, it has strengthened the demand for professional managers. To meet these needs, the American Society for Industrial Security administers the Certified Protection Professional program. Few than 15,000 people worldwide have earned the designation of CPP. This group of professionals has demonstrated its competency in the areas of security solutions and best-business practices through an intensive qualification and testing program. As a result, these men and women have been awarded the coveted designation of CPP, and are recognized as proven leaders in their profession.
The California Alarm Association develops and manages programs to benefit members and to promote the growth of professionalism in the electronic security industry throughout the state of California. Membership dues provide the foundation for funding these programs, but we rely on the financial support of individuals and companies to expand existing programs and launch new initiatives. These non-dues revenues are critical for the protection of the industry in which we all make our livelihood, and to preserve our ability to enhance public safety in our communities.
Member companies install, integrate and monitor intrusion and fire detection, video surveillance and electronic access control systems for commercial, residential, industrial and governmental clients. In cooperation with an alliance of chapter associations, ESA provides technical and management training, government advocacy and delivers information, advice, tools, and services that members use to grow their businesses and prosper. Together, ESA member companies employ more than 500,000 industry professionals and serve more than 34 million residential and commercial clients.