What we offer


Get your documents notarized in order to have legal effect. Given the inherent formal and corresponding significance of this subject of legal documents that must be notarized, state governments have deemed it necessary to enlist a trained individual to assist with their execution. A "notary public," following his or her official appointment, a notary public performs as a quasi-public officer to attest to the proper execution of these important documents.


Types of documents that may require notarization*:

  • Wills

  • Trusts

  • Deeds

  • Contracts

  • Affidavits


*Please call first to ask about notarizing I-9 Employment Eligibility form or Wills


  • Bring a valid, government issued photo ID with you when you

  • Laws vary by state and some documents may require witnesses in addition to the notarization. In some cases, a notary public might not be legally allowed to also, simultaneously, act as a signature witness. Please call first to ask about signature witnesses

Class D License

This course will teach prospective officers the basic principles of security.

Class G License

This course will teach prospective officers anything they will need to become an armed guard.

Security Guards

FPAS provides its future security officers with the necessary skill sets, qualifications, and certifications to complete the tasks which they were assigned in civilian defense and protection industry. In doing so, we take pride in knowing that we are helping those who actively make our community a safer place to live.

Florida Division of Licensing Offices

The Florida Division of Licensing Regulates the Security Industry. Please contact them if you have any questions we cannot answer