WHAT IS SORA?

The Security Officer Registration Act was passed in 2007 and mandated standardized training for all contract security positions in the state of New Jersey.  SORA training is a three step process that must be completed within a 30 day period.  The three step process includes registration with the New Jersey State Police, completing 24 hours of instruction with a certified instructor, and fingerprinting.  Government issued identification is required for each step of the process.  Credit card payments are not required but are strongly recommended.

 

WHAT TOPICS DOES SORA TRAINING INCLUDE?

The SORA Training course includes but is not limited to:

  • NJ Attorney General’s Use of Force Policy

  • Terrorism awareness

  • Cargo theft

  • Suspicious letters and packages

  • First aid

  • Incident command system

  • Ethics

  • Writing reports

  • De-escalating verbal conflicts

  • ...and more!


 

WHEN ARE THE SORA CLASSES OFFERED?

SORA training classes are typically offered on a weekly basis throughout the state of New Jersey. Please visit our SORA registration page for exact dates and times, as well as pricing.

 

 

WHAT ARE THE SORA REQUIREMENTS?

 All SORA applicants must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age

  • Possess valid and unexpired photo ID (such as a driver’s license or passport)

  • Register for and receive a 30 day temporary certificate of registration as a security officer

  • Be fingerprinted by Morpho Trak

 

HOW DO I GET A 30 DAY TEMPORARY CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION AS A SECURITY OFFICER?

These certificates are issued by the state police.  CLICK HERE to register and pay for your certificate.

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