Section 9 (o) of the Act mandates the Authority to provide information to the users, prospective users or representatives of users of security services regarding the compliance of private security service providers with the provisions of the Act.
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Private Security Regulatory Authority (PSRA) is a State Corporation whose mandate is to provide for a framework of regulation of the Private security Services industry and to provide a forum of cooperation between the Private Security Service industry and State Security Agencies. Established under section 7 of the Private security Regulation Act no.13 of 2016
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Acknowledging the statutory mandate and powers of the Private Security Regulatory Authority under Section 9 ( 9 ( 9 ( 9 ( and 10 ( of the Private Security Regulation Act No. 13 of 2016 to set and ensure compliance with the basic minimum wage for all private security officers (private security guards).
The Private Security Regulatory Authority has implemented stringent safety protocols aimed at enhancing security and accountability within these premises. Security guards are now legally mandated to record the identification details of all individuals entering these premises, documenting their time of entry and exit; and temporarily retain all visitors’ identification documents. Moreover, these measures mandate the installation of CCTV surveillance systems, ensuring that the recording of footage remains consistently up-to-date.