Documents required for obtaining PSARA License in Delhi

Gonica Verma
| Updated: Aug 07, 2019 | Category: News, PSARA

If you want to operate a Private Security Agency in Delhi, then you must acquire PSARA License for your company. These agencies provide security services to government & private companies, malls, residence, or for any personal use.

All the companies who registered for PSARA license in their respective states are allowed to provide security-related services such as security guards, bodyguards, etc. to third parties.

Let’s discuss this license and documents required to obtain this license.

What is the PSARA License?

PSARA that stands for the Private Security Agency Regulation Act is a regulatory body that issues the license to companies of India for providing security-related services to the third party.

Eligibility Criteria for PSARA License in Delhi

  • Eligibility Criteria for Directors or Principal Officers:-
    1. Citizen of India
    2. Never engage in any offense related to promotion, formation, and management of the company by order of the court
    3. Financially competent for business operations
    4. Non-Conviction by the court for any crime.
  • Eligibility Criteria for Security Guards:-
    1. Indian Citizenship
    2. The applicant should be an adult with less than 65 years of age.
    3. Character certificate of the applicant
    4. Any Security Training Certificate
    5. Never terminated from any government service
    6. Fulfilment of all Physical Standards.

Documents required for obtaining PSARA License in Delhi

The registration of PSARA license in Delhi requires the following documents:

  • Incorporation Certificate of the Company;
  • Signed Memorandum of Association from the Institute;
  • Memorandum of Understanding from the recognized Institute of Training;
  • Identity Proof of Directors;
  • Two passport size photograph of directors;
  • Affidavit of PSARA;
  • The details of the employees;
  • Documents and Details of Security Guard;
  • Ownership proof of registered office (Utility bill, Possession Letter, and lease agreement);
  • Rent Agreement and NOC from the landlord, if applicable;
  • Signature of Directors (JPG format or DSC);
  • Logo of the Company or Security agency;
  • Copy of the Bank Overdraft for PSARA license
  • PAN card details of the directors;
  • Approval from the Service Tax department;
  • ESI Registration Certificate;
  • Certificate of PF Registration;
  • Certificate of Shop & Establishment Act;
  • Directors’ ITR (Income-Tax Return) Copy;
  • Certificate of employees for Character Verification;
  • Arms License;

Online Registration procedure to acquire PSARA License in Delhi

  • The first step for PSARA registration in Delhi is to visit the government website of PSARA Delhi and click on “Apply Online.” The registration procedure is carried out only through online mode.
  • In the next step, the application has to fill the following details regarding the Private Agency, Directors, and Employees:
    1. Name of the Private Security Agency
    2. E-mail of the Agency
    3. Contact Details of the Agency
    4. Address of the Proposed Private Agency
    5. Type of Security Agency
    6. District of the Agency
    7. Ownership of the Land
    8. Rent Agreement and NOC from Landlord if the land of the operating unit is on Rent
    9. Details of extent facilities available in the Security Agency
    10. Name, age, and Designation of all Employees
    11. Selection of Equipment used for security services
    12. Define the Color of the Uniform (Shirts, Trousers, Cap/Trouser, Shoes, and Belt)
    13. Preference regarding the number of Districts in which the Private Security agency wants to operate
    14. Details regarding training to staff
    15. Selection of Training Institute
    16. Memorandum of Understanding
    17. Name, Designation, and nationality of the owners /directors/majority shareholders.
    18. Details of Bank draft for PSARA Authority
  • After filling all the details, the applicant has to submit the form after reading all the undertakings.
  • Once the form is submitted, the applicant needs to upload all the documents as mentioned in the checklist for PSARA registration. The applicant should attest all the documents.
  • In the next step, the authority will conduct police verification of the proposed security agency for inspection regarding its operating unit, security guards, and day to day operations.
  • After receiving the report of Police Verification, PSARA Authority of Delhi will issue a license to the company to operate as Private Security Agency in Delhi.

Rules and Regulations in Delhi for PSARA License

  • Private Security Agencies must hire administrators to supervise the duty of guards who are working in other organizations.
  • All the security agencies should provide training to all the security guards through their training institutes or external institutions.
  • Every Private agency needs to update and upload the details of guards or supervisors in every seven months.
  • If there will be any change in the management or formation or directors of the Private security agency, then they should inform the authority within seven days of such change.
  • The licensee agency must immediately inform the authority regarding any criminal offense charged against any member of the organization.
  • The fee paid for obtaining the PSARA license shall be non-refundable.


Hence, the procedure for obtaining the PSARA License in Delhi is not so easy and requires vast documentation. So, to register online for PSARA License it would be advisable to hire professionals for your PSARA Delhi registration or any assistance.

Also, Read:The Private Security Agencies -Guidelines under PSARA Act 2005

Gonica Verma

Gonica Verma- MBA( Marketing & Sales) with NTA NET qualified in Management, Content writer with working knowledge of online content strategy, Proof reading with good descriptive research skills.

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