Las Vegas is a city with huge amounts of security needs, and there are also a large amount of security requirements and qualifications for employees. For instance, armed security guards need to get a license through the Las Vegas city government in order to work. Fortunately, the requirements aren't overly difficult to meet.
It's important that people applying for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department armed security guard card meet the prerequisites for the application process. First of all, applicants must be at least 21, because that's how old you have to be to legally own and use a handgun. You also need to have a permit to carry the firearm, which will require you to pass one background check, pay a fee and get your fingerprints on file with the state of Nevada.
You'll also need to be able to pass an extensive background check done by the FBI. The background check will go through your history and find if you have any convictions or warrants for arrest that would stop you from being allowed to work as an armed security guard in the city of Las Vegas. You'll need to have your fingerprints taken again and pay the necessary fees for the background check and fingerprinting process.
You will need to present proper and appropriate identification when you're applying for your LVMPD armed guard card. This includes a driver's license, birth certificate and Social Security card, though other forms of identification may be acceptable such as a passport. You have to prove that you're a citizen of the United States, and if you immigrated, then you'll need to provide work papers and proof that you're in the country legally before you're issued an armed guard card.