Bureau of Security & Investigative Services Advisory Committee

The Committee is an informal committee comprised of seven industry and six public voluntary members who provide insight and perspective to the Bureau on policy issues relating to the industries regulated by the Bureau.

Members serve at the pleasure of the Director of the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA). An appointment to the Committee does not constitute employment with the State of California and no salary or benefits are associated with a Committee position. Committee members serve a two-year appointment term with appointment to more than one term at the discretion of the DCA Director.

The Committee meets two to four times a year and all meetings are held in the Sacramento area. Members are responsible for all costs incurred to attend and participate in Committee meetings since the Bureau does not have the authority to provide reimbursement.

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Industry Members
Member Industry Appointment Term
Vacant Alarm Company  
Vacant Training Facilities  
Frank Huntington III Private Investigator July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2025
Mark Miller Private Patrol Operator April 1, 2022 – April 1, 2024
Chris Sayers Proprietary Security Employer September 1, 2023 - August 31, 2025
Glenn Younger Locksmith April 1, 2022 – April 1, 2024
Leon Scroggins Repossessor August 19, 2023 - August 18, 2025
Public Members
Member Affiliation Appointment Term
Anton Farmby SEIU United Services Workers West February 8, 2023 - February 7, 2025
Darren Morgan Huntington Hospital February 8, 2023 - February 7, 2025
Meeting Date Location Agenda Handouts
April 18, 2024 Department of Consumer Affairs
2420 Del Paso Road, Sequoia Room
Sacramento, CA 95834
Agenda August 17, 2023 Meeting Mintues
November 16, 2023 Meeting Mintues
BSIS Staff Report

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The Director of the Department of Consumer Affairs appoints Members to serve two-year terms. However, at the discretion of the Director, a member may be reappointed to another term.

Committee Members provide professional and technical assistance to the Bureau including:

  • Perspectives on issues affecting private security consumers and industries;
  • Outreach to the public/consumers, licensees, registrants, and the industry on private security issues; and
  • Viewpoints on the legislative, regulatory, and policy efforts impacting the private security industries.
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