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Chapter 509-1 ORGANIZATION

Rule 509-1-.01 Meetings

The board shall meet at least twice a year to carry out regular business. The chairman or Joint Secretary may call special meetings. Notice of the meetings shall be given to all members at least ten days prior to the date of the meeting. Parliamentary procedure shall be according to Robert's Rules of Order, latest edition.

(a) A majority of the board members shall constitute a quorum for all board business.

Rule 509-1-.02 Fees

The payments of any fees of the Georgia Board of Private Detective and Security Agencies for licensure, registration, or weapon permit shall be made by a cashier's check, certified check, or money order. The Board, in its discretion, may also accept a company check for the purpose of licensure, registration, or weapon permit (but not for fees provided for processing fingerprint cards through the Federal Bureau of Investigation). The board shall have the right to refuse payment of any fees not made in accordance with this rule. Refer to fee schedule for appropriate fees payable to the Board. Any request for refund must be submitted in writing. Any indebtedness to the Board caused by a returned check will be dealt with in accordance with Code Section 16-9-20 of the Criminal Code of Georgia.

(a) Application Fees. Each application for company licensure, employee registration, or weapon permit shall be accompanied by a non-refundable application fee. Refer to fee schedule for appropriate fees payable to the Board.
(b) Fee for processing fingerprint cards through Federal Bureau of Investigation. Each application for employee registration shall be accompanied by a separate cashier's check or money order made payable to the GBI or the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Amount of fee is set by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Refer to fee schedule for current fee.
1. Fees submitted for use of the Federal Bureau of Investigation fingerprint system of identification are nontransferable.
2. Each cashier's check or money order submitted for processing fingerprint cards through the Federal Bureau of Investigation must be accompanied by a list of names of the employees for whom the check was provided.

Rule 509-1-.03 Repealed