Alarm Systems Licensing Board

The North Carolina Private Protective Services Board and the
North Carolina Alarm Systems Licensing Board

3101 Industrial Drive, Suite 104
Raleigh, NC 27609
Phone: 919-788-5320
Fax: 919-788-5365

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Use the following link to file a complaint related to conduct governed by the Alarm Systems Licensing Board: Alarm Systems Licensing Complaints
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Alarm Systems Licensing Board Training GrantGuidelines for ASLB Education Grant

ASLB Grant Application

March 2020 Grant Announcement

Availability for Public Comment

The Alarm Systems Licensing Board is amending 14B NCAC 17 .0202 entitled, “Experience Requirements for License,” to remove the provision regarding an oral or written examination and to add an additional course opportunity for applicants for an alarm system license.  A Public Hearing regarding this proposed rule amendment will be held on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 2:00 p.m.  The hearing will be conducted at the Board’s office located at 3101 Industrial Drive, Suite 104, Raleigh, NC  27609.  In light of the current restrictions in place for in-person meetings, and the possibility of these restrictions being extended beyond this date, provision has been made for virtual attendance via WebEx.  To join the meeting via WebEx: 

Dial: 415-655-0002
Access Code is: 160 903 5509
Meeting Password is: 64353532

If the meeting is to be virtual only, a follow-up announcement will be posted here and on the website for the Office of Administrative Hearings Rules Division no less than one week prior to the Public Hearing. To review the documents related to this proposed rule change, please click HERE


The purpose of the Alarm Systems Licensing Board is to administer the licensing, education and training requirements for persons, firms, associations and corporations engaged in the alarm systems business in North Carolina. The board is totally fee funded and staffed by departmental employees directed on a daily basis by the director.

Responsibilities of the Board and its staff include:

  • Performing background investigations for the licensing of alarm systems occupations
  • Registering employees of licensed companies
  • Conducting investigations of public complaints
  • Conducting compliance audits
  • Enforcing law and rules through administrative disciplinary processes and the courts
  • Maintaining required records

Statutory Authority

Alarm Systems Licensing Act N.C.G.S. 74-D
Alarm Systems Licensing Board 14B N.C.A.C 17