*Richard Faulkner slowly stands, glancing at each of the committee's members.
Hello, gentlemen. We are officially beginning our hearing for the Private Security Licensing Reform Act of 2019. I will be providing an opening statement as the bill's author, after which the floor will be open for questions and concerns. I need not remind you that any disorderly or disrespectful behavior will not be tolerated. Thank you, let us begin.
The Private Security Licensing Reform Act seeks to ease regulations surrounding the necessity of San Andreas Guard Cards. As of yet, any establishment that wishes to hire security for their business must pay Silentium a hefty fee for heavily armed security officers. However, many establishments do not require any sort of armed security, but simply a few individuals who can regulate entry to their business and escort any unsavory individuals outside. Should it succeed within the senate, this bill will make security a more accessible resource, and as such allow local business owners to protect their venues without unnecessarily forfeiting a large amount of their own money.
To prevent unlicensed security guards from causing any serious issues, security licenses will still be required for individuals to use weaponry or other equipment, such as plate carriers. This way, should a felon be hired as security, they will not be able to abuse firearms, pepper spray, or any other tools issued to trained security officers, and instead will be limited to acting as bouncers or escorting troublemakers outside.
With that being said, the floor is now open for debate. Please voice any of your concerns with the proposal.
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