Special Police Officer Training
Archangel Global Security

It's Not Just Training - It's a Life Change

Come pursue a career as a special police officer! After completing your training with Archangel you will be fully certified and qualified to work in a profession that offers you several benefits; including flexible scheduling and an interesting work environment with exciting work assignments that provide a sense of dignity and pride that few jobs offer. Come learn, have fun and receive the best training in DC!

Security Guards

Security guards prevent risks, deter criminals, watch out for looming danger and report any crime they encounter. Though they do not have the authorities of a special police officer, they are a pivotal part of our society. Let Archangel train you not only to be prepared for the field, but to be the best in it.

Non-refundable down payment of $50 to hold your seat. Balance is due the first day of training.

DISCLAIMER: The course fee is separate from additional fees required by the District of Columbia and other companies involved. It is your responsibility to pay for your licensing fee – a debit or credit card is required for payment to the District of Columbia, Fingerprinting fee and Physical/drug screening. Security agencies may require additional training. This is an offer for educational opportunities that may lead to employment and not an offer for nor a guarantee of employment.

Certification Awarded

Course completion students will receive a certificate of completion and certification which is valid for the period of time until such time as departmental policy requires a re-certification. SPO’s will also receive a certification of completion from Archangel Global Security showing the completion and merit of completing your course.

About the Chief

Chief John Ayala is a certified instructor through the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA), National Rifle Association (NRA) Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJC), Amament Systems and Procedures (ASP) and a certified law enforcement instructor in Chemical Aerosol Projectors (SABRA) 
Mr. Ayala is authorized to train and educate in the use of force, use of the 38 calibur revolver, 9mm semi-automatic pistol, expandable baton, handcuffing and oleoresin capsicum spray dispensers and arrest authority.
Mr Ayala certify citizens in DC Concealed Carry and Home Defense fundamentals and certified to teach to school, business and house of worship on how to deal with a active shooter threat.

Seeking employment at Archangel

Archangel is always looking to hire the next great Special Police Officers in the DC area! Here at AGS you can get experience and establish yourself as an SPO. We provide additional trainings beyond the normal that connect you with local MPD officers, establish relationships with your fellow officers within the company, and offer a better quality of work. Additionally we have company outings as an Archangel family and internal award ceremonies to create fun competition together. If you are interested, call our office to learn more!

Security Guard Requirements


  • 21 Years of Age
  • a citizen of the United States of America
  • of good moral character

To register for course all applicants must obtain:

  • Valid - Driving license or State ID
  • Birth certificate or non-expired Passport
  • Social Security Card
  • If there are prior arrests, must bring deposition from the court showing the outcome of charges


  • able to speak, read and write the language
  • A prospective security guard who is not a U.S. citizen will need a valid work permit.
  • not addicted to drugs or alcohol
  • may not have a debilitating mental disorder or physical condition that could result in loss of control during extreme situations; epilepsy would be an example of the latter.
  • Must get a physical and provide documentation from his or her physician; results are to be from some point during the prior 90 day period.
  • Pass a drug test. An applicant who tests positive for any drug will need to provide documentation from a prescribing physician.
  • Receive an FBI background check. A criminal history is not always disqualifying. The nature of the crime, the amount of time that has elapsed, and the applicant’s rehabilitation and motivation are among the factors that may be considered.
  • Applicants who have arrest histories will need to provide the disposition.
  • Background check results will be made known to the agency or employer.