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59 Okl. St. § 1800.2 Oklahoma Statutes - TITLE 59 - CHAPTER 43. § 1800.2. Definitions

59 Okl. St. § 1800.2
Oklahoma Statutes - TITLE 59 - CHAPTER 43.

§ 1800.2. Definitions
As used in the Alarm and Locksmith Industry Act:
    1.  "Alarm industry" means the sale, except as provided in Section 1800.3 of this title, installation, alteration, repair, replacement, service, inspection, or maintenance of alarm systems or service involving receipt of alarm signals for the purpose of employee response and investigation of such signals or any combination of the foregoing activities except inspections on one- and two-family dwellings are exempt;
    2.  "Alarm system" means one or more devices designed either to detect and signal an unauthorized intrusion or entry or to signal a fire or other emergency condition, which signals are responded to by public law enforcement officers, fire department personnel, private guards or security officers;
    3.  "Committee" means the Alarm and Locksmith Industry Committee;
    4.  "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of Labor;
    5.  "Licensee" means any person licensed pursuant to the Alarm and Locksmith Industry Act;
    6.  "Lock" means mechanical or electronic devices consisting entirely of Class 2 or Class 3 circuits and power source requirements as established by the National Electrical Code and designed to control use of a device or control ingress or egress of a structure or automobile, including, but not limited to, peripheral devices to alarm systems, safes, vaults, safe deposit boxes, bio-metric/retina readers and mechanical or electronic key systems;
    7.  "Locksmith industry" means the sale, servicing or installing, repairing, rebuilding, readying, rekeying, repinning, adjusting or installing locks, mechanical or electronic security devices, annunciation devices not designed to require a response by law enforcement or opening or bypassing a lock by a means other than those intended by the manufacturer of such devices. For the purposes of the Alarm and Locksmith Industry Act, "mechanical or electronic security devices" includes, but is not limited to, access control systems including peripheral devices to alarm systems, fiber optic security systems, closed circuit television and nurse call systems; and
    8.  "Person" means an individual, sole proprietorship, firm, partnership, association, limited liability company, corporation, or other similar entity.


59 Okl. St. § 1800.3
Oklahoma Statutes - TITLE 59 - CHAPTER 43.

§ 1800.3. Exemptions
The Alarm and Locksmith Industry Act shall not apply to:
    1.  An officer or employee of this state, the United States or a political subdivision of either, while the employee or officer is engaged in the performance of official duties;
    2.  An individual who owns and installs alarm devices, mechanical or electronic security devices and locks on the individual's own property or, if the individual does not charge for the device or its installation, installs it for the protection of the individual's personal property located on another's property, and does not install the alarm devices, mechanical or electronic security devices and locks as a normal business practice on the property of another;
    3.  The sale of alarm or lock systems designed or intended for customer or user installation;
    4.  The sale, installation, service, or repair of alarm systems or electronic security devices such as electronic access control, closed circuit television, nurse call systems and the like by individuals licensed pursuant to the Electrical License Act;
    5.  The locksmith industry activities of tow truck operators from their towing vehicles or repossession agents within the execution of their duties;
    6.  Locksmith industry activities of persons primarily engaged in selling lumber and other building materials who hold a sales tax permit as a Group One vendor authorized to engage in business within this state pursuant to Sections 1363 and 1364 of the Oklahoma Sales Tax Code; or
    7.  The solicitation of a potential alarm system customer by a person via telephone or electronic device on behalf of an Oklahoma licensed alarm company for the sale of an alarm system.

59 Okl. St. § 1800.6
Oklahoma Statutes - TITLE 59 -CHAPTER 43.

§ 1800.6. License required
No person shall engage in an alarm or locksmith industry business in this state without first having obtained a license pursuant to the provisions of the Alarm and Locksmith Industry Act.


59 Okl. St. § 1682 Oklahoma Statutes - TITLE 59.CHAPTER 40A.

§ 1682. Definitions
As used in the Electrical License Act:
    1.  "Board" means the Construction Industries Board;
    2.  "Committee" means the Committee of Electrical Examiners appointed by the Board;
    3.  "Electrical apprentice" means any person sixteen (16) years of age or older whose principal occupation is the learning of and assisting in the installation of electrical work under the direct supervision of a licensed journeyman electrician or electrical contractor;
    4.  "Journeyman electrician" means any person other than an electrical contractor who engages in the actual installation, alteration, repair or renovation of electrical facilities or electrical construction work unless specifically exempted by the provisions of the Electrical License Act;
    5.  "Electrical contractor" means any person skilled in the planning, superintending and practical installation of electrical facilities who is familiar with the laws, rules and regulations governing such work. Electrical contractor also means any individual, firm, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, or business performing skills of an electrical contractor or an electrician or the business of contracting, or furnishing labor or labor and materials for the installation, repair, maintenance or renovation of electrical facilities or electrical construction work according to the provisions of the Electrical License Act;
    6.  "Electrical facilities" means all wiring, fixtures, appurtenances, and appliances for, and in connection with, a supply of electricity within or adjacent to any building, structure or conveyance on the premises but not including the connection with a power supply meter or other power supply source;
    7.  "Category" means the classification by which licenses and electrical work may be limited. Such categories shall include but shall not be limited to installation, maintenance, repair, alteration, residential, oilfield, and commercial;
    8.  "Temporary journeyman electrician" means any person other than a person permanently licensed as a journeyman electrician or electrical contractor in this state who meets the temporary licensure requirements of Section 1685.1 of this title;
    9.  "Variance and Appeals Board" means the Oklahoma State Electrical Installation Code Variance and Appeals Board; and
    10.  "Electrical construction work" means installation, fabrication or assembly of equipment or systems included in "premises wiring" as defined in the National Electrical Code (reference 158:40-1-4. Standard of Installation), and which is hereby adopted and incorporated by reference. Electrical construction work includes, but is not limited to, installation of raceway systems used for any electrical purposes, and installation of field-assembled systems such as ice and snow melting, pipe-tracing, and manufactured wiring systems. Electrical construction work shall not include in-plant work performed by employees of the company owning the plant, work performed by telecommunications employees for telecommunications companies, or installation of factory-assembled appliances or machinery which is not part of the premises wiring unless wiring interconnections external to the equipment are required in the field.

59 Okl. St. § 1690
Oklahoma Statutes - TITLE 59.CHAPTER 40A.

§ 1690. License required--Violation--Penalty
    A.  Ninety (90) days from and after July 1, 1982, it shall be a misdemeanor for any person to perform the work of a journeyman electrician until such person has qualified and is licensed as a journeyman electrician or electrical contractor.
    B.  Ninety (90) days from and after July 1, 1982, it shall be a misdemeanor for any person to act as an electrical contractor or to engage in or offer to engage in, by advertisement or otherwise, the business of an electrical contractor until the person, or a member of the partnership, or an officer of the firm, association or corporation, shall have qualified and is licensed as an electrical contractor.



MUNICIPALITIES
Ada, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances Sec. 62-194
Ada Code of Ordinances - PART II - CODE OF ORDINANCES - Chapter 62 - PUBLIC SAFETY - ARTICLE VI. ALARM SYSTEMS

§ Sec. 62-194 Alarm businesses; registration required.
    (a) No person, firm or corporation shall engage in the alarm industry business, as defined in 59 O. S. §§ 1800.1-1800.16, unless pursuant to the state alarm industry act.
    (b) Every alarm business selling, leasing or furnishing any alarm system within the city shall furnish the alarm user with instructions that provide adequate information to enable the alarm user to operate the alarm system properly and to obtain service for the alarm system.
    (c) Every alarm business doing business with alarm users shall be required to register with the alarm administrator each calendar year. Registration shall include copies of the state license of the company or individual providing services to the alarm user and such other information as the alarm administrator deems appropriate.

Del City, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances Sec. 13-148
Del City Code of Ordinances - PART II - CODE OF ORDINANCES - Chapter 13 - OFFENSES-MISCELLANEOUS - ARTICLE VI. - ALARM SYSTEM REGULATIONS

§ Sec. 13-148 Alarm businesses.
    (a) Every alarm business selling, leasing or furnishing to any user an alarm system which is installed on the user's premises, shall furnish the user with instructions that provide adequate information to enable the user to operate the alarm system properly and to obtain service for the alarm system.
    (b) No business or individual shall operate within the city limits who offers alarm equipment for sale or lease, installation, maintenance, alteration, repair, replacement or service without a state license, as required by Title 59 O.S. Section 1800.6.

Lawton, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances 7-4-1-403
Lawton Code of Ordinances - Chapter 7 - BUSINESS - Article 7-4 - ALARM SYSTEMS - Division 7-4-1 Alarm Systems

§ 7-4-1-403 Alarm business to possess state license-Penalty.
    A. State license required. It shall be unlawful for any person to own, manage, conduct or carry on an alarm business within the city unless such person has a valid state license issued pursuant to the state's Alarm Industry Act; nor shall any person performing any of the above functions at the time of the adoption of this article fail to obtain such license within the time provided by the act.
    B. Employees. It shall be unlawful for any person who is employed for the purpose of engaging in the installing, servicing, maintaining, repairing, moving or removing, in or on any building or other property within the city, a fire, burglary, robbery or other emergency alarm system, to engage in such activities unless such person is employed by an alarm business duly licensed pursuant to the state's Alarm Industry Act.
    C. Any person who is found in violation of this section shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars ($200.00)

McAlester, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances Sec. 42-28
McAlester Code of OrdinancesPART II - CODE OF ORDINANCES - Chapter 42 - EMERGENCY SERVICES - ARTICLE II. - ALARM SYSTEM REGULATIONS

§ Sec. 42-28 Alarm business; registration requirements.
    (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to operate or maintain a burglar alarm system monitored by the city or any independent monitoring system unless he/she has a current license issued in accordance with this article.
    (b) Each burglar alarm system shall be required to be licensed separately, and each will be considered independent regardless of ownership.
    (c) A license required by this article shall be issued by the city treasurer, or his/her designee, upon the applicant's compliance with, and subject to all applicable provisions of this article. Such license shall be signed by the city treasurer, or his/her designee, and shall specify the business trade, occupation, profession, residential location, or other activity for which it is issued.
    (d) The assignment or transfer of licenses issued under this article is hereby prohibited.
    (e) Whenever any license issued under this article has been lost or destroyed without any wrongful act or connivance by the holder, the city treasurer, upon application, shall issue a duplicate license for the unexpired time. Before a duplicate is issued, the holder shall make and file with the city treasurer an affidavit that the license has not been transferred, that it has been lost or destroyed without any wrongful act or connivance by the holder, and that, if believed lost, he has made a diligent search therefore. The fee for such duplicate license shall be $1.00.
    (f) It shall be the duty of any person to whom the license is issued under this article to, present the license to authorized city personnel, upon request.
    (g) It shall be the duty of any person to whom the license is issued under this article to provide the city with a current list of persons authorized by the license holder to respond to the alarm on behalf of the licensee.
    (h) No person, firm or corporation shall engage in the alarm industry business, as defined in 59 O.S. 1800.1-1800.16, unless pursuant to the State Alarm Industry Act.
    (i) Every alarm business selling, leasing, or furnishing any alarm system within the city shall furnish the alarm user with instructions that provide adequate information to enable the alarm user to operate the system properly and to obtain service for the alarm system.
    (j) Every alarm business doing business with alarm users shall be required to register with the city. Such registration shall be valid only as long as the alarm business maintains a license pursuant to subsection (a) of this section. Registration shall include copies of the state license of the company or individual providing services to the alarm user, and such other information as the city's alarm administrator shall deem appropriate.


Midwest City, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances Sec. 36-2
Midwest City Code of Ordinances- CODE - Chapter 36 - PRIVATE SECURITY - ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

§ Sec. 36-2 Requirements for private security guards, private investigators and alarm businesses.
    (a) All security guards, armed security guards and private investigators doing business in the city must be in compliance with the Oklahoma Security Guard and Private Investigator Act, 59 O.S. Section 1750.1, et seq.
    (b) All alarm businesses must be duly licensed by the State of Oklahoma.

Moore, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances SECTION 13-504
Moore Code of Ordinances- CODE OF ORDINANCES - PART 13 - PUBLIC SAFETY - CHAPTER 5 - EMERGENCY TELEPHONE AND ALARM SYSTEMS

§ SECTION 13-504 OWNER OR USER OF ALARM SYSTEM; PERMIT REQUIRED; APPLICATION FEE.
    A. No person shall install, connect, operate, maintain or engage another person to install, operate, connect or maintain an alarm system at a particular location without first obtaining an alarm system permit from the city. Nor shall any person owning or using an alarm system at the time of the adoption of this chapter fail to obtain the required permit within the time provided in this chapter. Such permit shall be maintained on the premises with the alarm system and shall be visible from the exterior and shall be located on or immediately adjacent to the front or main entrance of the premises.
    B. The application shall set forth the full name, address and telephone number of both the owner or lessee on whose premises the system will be installed, operated, connected or maintained and the name of the person or state licensed alarm system business installing, maintaining or servicing the system, as well as, the type (fire, burglar, etc.) of system to be installed, operated or maintained. Such application shall also contain such additional information as the chief of police or fire chief shall reasonably deem necessary for the evaluation and proper processing of the application.
    C. All applications shall be submitted to the city clerk who shall initiate the review process by circulating the application through the designated city departments for inspection, review and approval. All applicants may be asked to submit documentation that the equipment installed or to be installed meets the minimum requirements of this chapter. A record of all applications shall be maintained by the city clerk. Upon payment of any applicable fees and upon approval by the designated city departments, the city clerk shall issue a permit. The city manager shall be responsible for establishing a pre-permit review process designed to carry out the objectives of this chapter including designating the departments responsible for reviewing applications.
    D. All existing residential alarm systems shall be deemed exempt from the minimal systems requirements contained in Section 13-513 of this chapter if, and only if, the following requirements are met:
        1. All residential applicants shall file an application for an initial owner/user permit within ninety (90) days following the enactment of this chapter;
        2. Pay all required fees as established by the council from time to time; and
        3. Maintain their existing alarm systems in proper working condition so as not to come under other provisions of this chapter.
Any owner/user who fails to file an application for a permit within ninety (90) days from the enactment of this chapter shall not be eligible for this exemption. The fee for this application and subsequent renewal permits shall be as set by the city council from time to time.
    E. A person or business required to obtain an alarm system permit or alarm business permit shall pay to the city at the time of application the non-refundable fee established by resolution, which resolution shall be on file in the office of the city clerk. (Ord. No. 2(91), 10/21/91; Ord. No. 19(92), 4/6/92)

Mustang, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances Sec. 34-51
Mustang Code of Ordinances - PART II - CODE OF ORDINANCES - Chapter 34 - EMERGENCY SERVICES - ARTICLE II. - FALSE ALARMS AND ALARM SYSTEMS - DIVISION 2. - ALARM SYSTEMS AND ALARM BUSINESSES

§ Sec. 34-51 Alarm businesses; standards for alarm systems.
    (a) Duty of alarm businesses to provide instructions to users. Every alarm business selling, leasing or furnishing to any user an alarm system which is installed on the user's premises shall furnish the user with instructions that provide adequate information to enable the user to operate the alarm system properly and to obtain service for the alarm system.
    (b) State licensing of alarm businesses. No business or individual shall operate within the city limits who offers alarm equipment for sale or lease, installation, maintenance, alteration, repair, replacement or service without a state license as required by 59 O.S. § 1800.6.
    (c) Alarm business registration and permit. Every business providing any of the following alarm services: selling, installing, repairing, modifying, maintenance or system monitoring, shall be required to register with the city for each fiscal year (commencing on each July 1 and continuing through the following June 30) the numbers and copies of the state licenses of the company or individual providing alarm service to the user. A city permit will be issued upon confirmation that all required state licenses have been issued and are current. If monitoring services are provided, the alarm company must furnish a 24-hour-per-day phone number. Failure to register with the city and obtain a permit shall constitute a violation of this article.
    (d) Standards for alarm systems. Certain documents, three copies of which are on file in the office of the city clerk, being marked and designated as "NFPA 70 Pamphlet" and "NFPA 72 Pamphlet," as they exist on June 16, 1998, are hereby adopted as the code of the city for the control of alarm systems as provided in this article, and each and all of the regulations, provisions, penalties, conditions and terms of NFPA 70 Pamphlet and NFPA 72 Pamphlet are hereby referred to, adopted and made a part of this article as fully as if set out in this section.

Nicoma Park, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances Sec. 18-303
Nicoma Park Code of Ordinances - PART II - CODE OF ORDINANCES - Chapter 18 - BUSINESSES - ARTICLE VII. - REGULATION OF ALARMS - DIVISION 2. - BURGLARY, ROBBERY AND FIRE ALARMS

§ Sec. 18-303 Alarm business.
    (a) Every alarm business selling, leasing or furnishing to any user an alarm system which is installed on the user's premises, shall furnish the user with instructions that provide adequate information to enable the user to operate the alarm system properly and to obtain service for the alarm system.
    (b) No business or individual shall operate within the city limits who offers alarm equipment for sale or lease, installation, maintenance, alteration, repair, replacement or service without a state license, as required by 59 O.S. § 1800.6.
    (c) Every business providing any of the following alarm services: selling, installing, repairing, modifying, maintenance, or system monitoring shall be required to register with the city for each fiscal year (commencing on each July 1, and continuing through the following June 30) the numbers and copies of state licenses of the company or individuals providing alarm service to the user. If monitoring services are provided the alarm company must furnish a 24-hour per day phone number. Failure to register with the city shall constitute a violation of this section

Norman, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances Sec. 13-3101
Norman Code of Ordinances- CODE OF ORDINANCES - Chapter 13 - LICENSES AND OCCUPATIONS - ARTICLE XXXI. ALARMS

§ Sec. 13-3101 Permits required.
    (a) No person shall operate or cause to be operated an alarm system designed to activate upon a break-in, vandalism, or robbery or to detect or draw attention to the presence of a fire of any residential dwelling or premises, business, or storage structure without first having obtained a permit. Failure to have a permit upon an alarm activation followed by a response by the police or fire department shall constitute an offense.
    (b) No person shall operate an alarm system without displaying a current valid alarm permit designated sticker on the bottom right side of the front door of the business or dwelling.
    (c) No person or company in the business of installing alarm systems shall install or cause to be installed any alarm system designed to activate upon a break-in, vandalism, or robbery of any residential dwelling or premises, business, or storage structure without first having obtained a State license as required by 59 O.S. Supp. 1985, § 1800.1 et seq. Failure to have a State license for alarm installation shall constitute an offense.


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances 20-161
Oklahoma City Code of Ordinances- OKLAHOMA CITY MUNICIPAL CODE, 2010 - Chapter 20 - FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION - ARTICLE III. - FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEMS - DIVISION 2. LICENSING OF VENDORS, INSTALLERS, MAINTAINERS, ETC.

§ 20-161 License required.
No person shall engage in the sale, installation and maintenance of automatic fire detection systems and auxiliary fire alarm systems which are required by the Fire Prevention Code or by rules and regulations of the City to be installed in accordance with the NFPA without a license issued pursuant to the State's Alarm Industry Act (59 O.S. § 1800.1 et seq.).

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances 43-83
Oklahoma City Code of Ordinances- OKLAHOMA CITY MUNICIPAL CODE, 2010 - Chapter 43 - POLICE DEPARTMENT - ARTICLE III. SECURITY AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS

§ 43-83 Alarm business and employees to possess State license.
    (a) License required. It shall be unlawful for any person to own, manage, conduct or carry on an alarm business within the City unless there exists a valid license issued thereto pursuant to the state's Alarm Industry Act (59 O.S. § 1800.1 et seq.).
    (b) Employees. It shall be unlawful for any person who is employed for the purpose of engaging in the installing, servicing, maintaining, repairing, moving, or removing, in or on any building or other property within the City, fire, burglary, robbery or other emergency alarm system, to engage in such activities unless such person has a valid license issued thereto pursuant to the state's Alarm Industry Act (59 O.S. § 1800.1 et seq.).

Shawnee, Oklahoma Code of Ordinances Sec. 8-32
Shawnee Code of Ordinances - PART II - CODE OF ORDINANCES - Chapter 8 - BUSINESSES, PERMITS AND LICENSES - ARTICLE II. - ALARM SYSTEMS

§ Sec. 8-32 Alarm permits required.
    (a) No person shall operate or cause to be operated an alarm system designed to activate upon a break-in, vandalism, or robbery or to detect or draw attention to the presence of a fire or any residential dwelling or premises, business, or storage structure without first having obtained a permit. Failure to have a permit upon an alarm activation followed by a response by the police or fire department shall constitute an offense.
    (b) No person or company in the business of installing alarm systems shall install or cause to be installed any alarm system designed to activate upon a break-in, vandalism or robbery of any residential dwelling or premises, business, or storage structure without first having obtained a state license as required by 59 O.S. § 1800.1 et seq. Failure to have a state license for alarm installation shall constitute an offense.
    (c) Violation of this section shall be an offense punishable by a $25.00 fine, plus costs, upon first conviction and by a fine of $100.00, plus costs for each subsequent conviction. Each day that this section is violated shall be considered a separate offense.