Types of Membership
Any security organisation or agency that meets the admission criteria set out by the Association in its Constitution and Bylaws and which is granted a Licence, may apply to be an Ordinary Member.
Any organisation or body that is engaged in the Private Security Industry but does not meet the requirements to be an Ordinary
member, may apply to be an Associate Member Honorary Members.
Such membership may be conferred upon any organisation or company of acknowledged eminence in the Private Security Industry or where the Executive Committee is of the view that conferring such membership will contribute to the objectives of the Association. 6. Each organisation accepted as a member shall by letter to the Executive Committee nominate an executive of managerial position in the organisation to serve as the representative of that organisation. In the event, the person nominated as the representative is unable to attend any meeting or activity, the organisation may by letter to the Executive Committee nominate a replacement. The representative of an Ordinary Member shall have voting rights and be eligible to hold office in the Executive Committee.