For immediate release: May 4, 2012
LCPS Security Coordinator
Receives Level 3 Licensure
LAS CRUCES – LCPS Coordinator for Safety and Security Todd Gregory has obtained New
Mexico Security Guard level three status, the highest
licensure of its kind available from the state of New
To obtain the level three license, Gregory had to
pass a psychological examination and receive firearms
According to the requirements mandated by New
Mexico state law for licensure as a security guard, “level
one is the entry level registration for security guards who
will be working in a position not requiring the registrant to
carry arms. Level two is the intermediate level registration
for security guards who are required to be armed but not
with firearms. Level three is the advanced level registration
for security guards who may be required to be armed with a
firearm.” LCPS Coordinator for Safety and
Security Todd Gregory.
Gregory has 48 hours of state-required security
training, plus six years of security experience with LCPS, along with more than 26 years of
experience in law enforcement.
New Mexico Law does not require school district security personnel to obtain a Level III
license, “but it always help us … to have as much training as we can,” said Gregory.
For more information, contact Gregory at 575.527.6653 or firstname.lastname@example.org.