Man cited for working as guard without license

A man who state officials said did security work in Johnson County without a license has been ordered to stop.

Indiana law requires security agencies to be licensed. Sean Robinson of Lebanon is one of four men given a cease and desist order from the Indiana Attorney General’s Office because officials said they were practicing without a license, according to a new release.

Robinson was working under the security agency name “Jagged Empire Upfitting,” which is not registered or licensed with the state, according to the cease and desist order. The orders required the people and agencies to immediately stop advertising and acting as security guard agencies or private investigator firms without the required license.

Robinson was first cited for work in Boone and Marion counties. The state has since received information about work done without a license in Johnson County, said Bryan Corbin, a spokesman with the Attorney General’s Office. If Robinson is found to have violated the cease and desist order, he could face fines and legal consequences, Corbin said.

The case is still under investigation and has been sent to the Johnson County Prosecutor’s Office to consider what, if any, charges should be filed.

Corey Elliot is a reporter at the Daily Journal. He can be reached at or 317-736-2719.