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    Alexander International Security Affiliates


    All security personnel of International Security Affiliates in California are certified and registered with the State of California, Department Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS). When a new applicant is interested in employment with ISA, the applicant must present an issued California security registration card. The California security registration is verified by confirmation from BSIS. This procedure ensures that the BSIS has completed a criminal background check on each new applicant/employee.

    New applicants are required to prepare a standard ISA application, as well as other documentation. Candidates are advised to bring the following detailed information such as; a CA/SS identification for meeting Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) requirements for proof of employment eligibility (i.e., material for Form I-9), drug and substance form, educational diplomas, security certifications, and other documentation that will assist OPS in evaluating their application.

    Once the application is completed, the Director of Operations reviews it. Upon completion of reference and background checks, only the most qualified applicants are scheduled for an interview. Questions including those dealing with convictions, employment history, or character references during the interview, the candidate's grooming, personal appearance, and verbal skills are evaluated.

    In addition to evaluating the candidate with respect to rejection and acceptance criteria, the Director of Operations will evaluate such intrinsic factors as responsible actions, self-discipline, honesty, integrity, and trustworthiness. These factors will also be considered when evaluating those applicants who are finally accepted for employment with International Security Affiliates.


    ISA Director of Security and Supervisors stays informed and up to date on the latest training techniques, basic first aid, effective communications, legal authority, law of arrest, job safety, and/or equipment and public relations. These Supervisors perform inspections of our security personnel for personal appearance, neatness, and condition of uniforms, alertness, and knowledge of the general and specific security instructions relating to your operations. Since this group is a vital extension of the management team, proper selection and training is important. ISA has developed formal programs to prepare our security personnel including seminars, classroom training, video instruction, public relations with emphasis on serving the client and the community, and the organizational policy and procedural manual. We also provide training in non-physical assertiveness where needed.

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