Firearms Certificate Program Applications and Forms
How to become a Private Security Certified Firearms Instructor:
Private Security Certified Firearms Instructors (PS) are made up of a cadre of individuals that currently work for security companies and/or law enforcement agencies. To become an instructor, individuals must meet the mission and values of the WSCJTC and uphold the rules set forth in WAC 139-37. Instructors that are unable to meet these program policies and WAC 139-37 will be removed from the instructor cadre.
Blended Security Instructor/Law Enforcement Classes: Please check back if no classes are scheduled at this time.
Current Private Security Firearms Instructors Only:
Does your agency use or is looking to use off-duty law enforcement for Private Security company work? If so, read the Off-Duty Private Security Agency Work In Washington (and Sworn Officer Flow Chart 7/2013) for information regarding rules.
Instructors – Completed qualification test forms are to be given to the students or their agencies. Do not mail in student forms to the WSCJTC.
Licensees – All guards, investigators, and bail bond recovery agents that hold current firearms certificates with their armed licenses must recertify on all firearms they use in the course of their duties annually prior to license expiration.
2323 & 2321 Shotgun Instructor Initial & Recert Class Shooting Forms
2324 & 2325 Rifle Instructor Initial & Recert Class Shooting Forms
Instructors: Send rosters to:
Brief Adjudicative Proceeding Request Info (Form 720A)
Brief Adjudicative Proceeding Request (Form 720)
For Instructors: Qualification targets can be obtained in the full and half size from the following companies:
Law Enforcement Targets: This company stocks the standard, half, and quarter size targets to accommodate your range environment if you do not see the product you want in the online catalog, call them and they will produce the target for you.
WA State Dept. of Printing General Store: Create new user account, an assortment of targets can be found under the Criminal Justice Training Commission agency link in the store.
Crisis Intervention Team Training: www.cithappens.com
Washington State Patrol’s Criminal History Unit provides the following training:
Washington State Department of Licensing / Phone: 360-664-6611
Additional Training Opportunities: The agency information listed below is a listing only and not endorsed, supported, or funded by the WSCJTC.