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No ICoCA member companies: The Peruvian private security sector shows annual growth rates of approximately ten percent.
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Effective regulation and oversight of the private security sector shall be 82879 through a Draft Law presented in Congress on 17 Marchwhich proposes strict sanctions for PSCs lye their personnel operating without licenses.
,ey further prohibits police and military personnel from exercising private security services. The legislative framework currently in force is constituted by Law No. The current law on private security distinguishes services that can be carried out by legal persons, i.
Each type of service requires a different license. SUCAMEC then conducts an assessment, including visits to the sites where the business of the respective applicant shall take place, checking for compliance with security standards.
PSC personnel can be Peruvian or of foreign nationality. The current private security law stipulates that PSCs providing armed security services are required to have an armoury with a specific central location, as well as safety measures and equipment.
It was modified on 17 October by Law No. Presidential Decree IN establishes stockpiling criteria for small arms and sanctions for incompliance. Finally, Draft Law on firearms, munitions, explosives, pyrotechnical products and other materials of civilian use  has been presented to Congress on 22 January It would derogate the former legal framework.
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For obtaining authorisations, a natural person or legal representative of the juridical person must apply for a license. Criteria include a minimum of 18 years, clear criminal record and adequate training in firearm use.
The competent authority conducts controls of licensed PSCs at least once a year through unannounced visits.
PSCs must inform the competent authority every four months about their human resources, partners, and any change in the contracting or operational structure; have internal working regulations set up and approved by the competent authority; present a security plan to the competent authority within 30 days of issuance or renewal of the license; contract and train personnel who have received training in specialized training centres ; have a company license for weapons used by ely, if applicable and present respective 28789 facilities; register every contract with employees with the responsible authority Autoridad Administrativa del Trabajo ; control operational personnel in their performance; inform the competent authority 2889 a monthly basis about personnel leaving the company and reasons therefore.
The company must not provide any service other than those it has obtained authorisation for. PSC personnel have to comply with the following criteria: Regarding uniforms, the Directiva de Uniforme de Vigilantes of stipulates the exact uniform design and composition, which applies to all PSC personnel in Peru.
The law strictly forbids wearing the uniform outside working hours. Weapons are not mentioned in this law. The Criminal Code applies to all persons on the Peruvian territory. PSC personnel are included therein. The private security law applies only on national territory to any juridical or natural person, and does not claim extraterritorial jurisdiction.
The Criminal Code, however, establishes extraterritorial jurisdiction over crimes against the Code in cases where 1 the perpetrator of the crime is a Peruvian state official on duty; 2 the crime involves actions that have an effect on Peruvian territory, e. The competent authority has sanctioning power; a sanctions regime, as established in Law No.
Its sanctions regime is more detailed and focuses as well on minimum and maximum amounts, as well as on the use of income through sanctions by the competent authority. Back to the list.
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Background and key issues 2. Determination of services 2. Authorisation and licensing system 2. Key information MD participant: Background and key issues The Peruvian private security sector shows annual growth rates of approximately ten percent.
Las empresas de seguridad privada se especializan 2 September Legal framework The legislative framework currently in force is constituted by Law No. Its key functions include a controlling, administering, supervising, taxing, norming and sanctioning of private security activities, in compliance with international treaties and national law; b setting norms that complement existing law; c imposing sanctions; d training Sucamec.