Yes. You must first obtain a permit to carry a pistol in the state of Connecticut. Then you must obtain a CT Guard Card. Then you can begin to apply for armed security officer positions. Once you obtain a position, you must find out what kind of weapon the company who hires you wishes you to carry. Either they will supply you with that weapon or you must go out and purchase one. Once you obtain that weapon you must then attend a class to obtain a permit to carry a pistol while working (CT blue card
) to work in Connecticut as an armed security officer/ guard for a security agency. Referrals are available. You will then show the certification to your new employer and they must register you with the state police in Middletown as an armed security officer employed by that company and pay the $40 registration fee. Then you can go to the state police in Middletown and for $62 they will trade your pistol permit for a blue card. The CT blue card is weapon specific so the only weapon you will be allowed to carry on your person or in your vehicle on your way to work, while your at work, or on your way home from work will be the one you qualified with. You should definitely call me with any questions on this subject matter if you have any and I will be happy to clarify it for you.