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General Business (GBS) CHAPTER 20, ARTICLE 7-A
§ 89-s. Reporting. On or before February first, nineteen hundred
ninety-four, and on or before February first of each succeeding year,
the secretary, upon consultation with the commissioner and the security
guard advisory council, shall report to the governor, the temporary
president of the senate and the speaker of the assembly on the
implementation, procedures, operation, training, and enforcement of the
security guard act of nineteen hundred ninety-two, together with any
recommendations relating thereto. Such report shall include, but not be
limited to:

a. the number of security guards registered and maintained in the
security guard registry;

b. the number of applicants for registration, and the number of
applications denied with the reason or reasons therefor;

c. statistics related to the time it takes to process fingerprint
cards, applications and inquiries to the registry by security guard

d. the number and length of suspensions and revocations, and the
number and amount of fines imposed;

e. the amount of fees collected by the department and the division;

f. the level of appropriation authority available to the department
and the division and the amount of money expended by the department and
division for the purposes of carrying out the provisions of this
article; and

g. any other information which the department and the division deem
necessary. The division shall provide the department with any
information necessary to comply with the requirements of this section.