Licence conditions

Subject to condition

The terms subject to condition on a security agent licence means the Director of Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading has placed a condition on a licence. The applicant will receive a letter with the licence explaining the condition.

Licensed premises

The condition licensed premises only applies to the crowd controller activity and means the person appointed as manager  holds a liquor licence.

A person with this licence is only allowed to undertake crowd control duties while employed by the person who holds the liquor licence for that establishment.

The licence condition does not allow a person to work at a:

  • sporting event
  • place of entertainment
  • business or social function
  • protest or riot.

This type of work requires a person to be employed by a crowd control agent.

Updated: 17 Jan 2023

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