Alarm Monitoring Professionals help ensure the safety of property, employees and residents. Workers monitor a wide variety of settings, including shopping malls, banks, entertainment venues, transportation facilities, public museums and hospitals. Alarm Monitors react to crime, notify medical, fire and law enforcement as well as provide provide other protective services. 

Joint Associates Center for Training has been active with the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training. Our instructors have provided training to hundreds of officers each year as well as provided Executive Management services for companies providing services in the state of Oregon.

Joint Associates Instructors will comply with all statutory requirements and process for certification as outlined in ORS 181.637, 181.870 to 181.887.

Initial certification requirements for Alarm Monitor professional certification are as follows:
• Successfully complete the required 8 hours of Alarm Monitor training, consisting of, eight (8) hours of classroom instruction and written exam. The original copy of the PS6 (training affidavit) must be enclosed submitted to DPSST.
• Complete and submit the PS1 (application form). The application must be totally completed, signed, notarized and submitted. Pay special attention to the criminal history portion of the application and answer questions completely and truthfully.
• Submit appropriate fees for Alarm Monitor professional certification. Currently, fees are for a two-year certification. First time applicants must also submit a fee for processing of fingerprint cards.

SUBMIT TO DPSST for certification:
1. PS1 (application)
2. PS6 (training affidavit) 
3. Fingerprints and PS4 (First time applicant)
4. Fees
5. PS20 (temporary work permit-if applicable)
6. PS27 (Code of Ethics)

You can find more information at the DPSST

Course Cost: $135

Contact Orrin at 509-406-0341 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to verify minimum requirements and schedule