To work as a bodyguard, you will first need a Security Industry Authority (SIA) License to work in most places, such as being a door supervisor (bouncer), security guarding or working with cash or valuables in transit.
The Security Industry Authority are responsible for both private and public sector bodyguards. Part of their application process involves both training and vetting procedures, and this involves getting a Standard DBS check.
What Do Standard DBS Checks Show?
- Any spent and unspent convictions.
Standard DBS Checks For Bodyguards
Getting a Standard DBS check for bodyguards couldn’t be easier with our online system.
If you want to read more, you can do so on the employer page or get started with our online DBS service by clicking the sign-up button below!