Pawn Shops- must be licensed before they can operate. If a license is being transferred, special permission must be obtained for temporary operation.

Pawn Employees-may work as though licensed if:

       They have applied for a pawn employee license, and it has not been issued or denied
               or
       They have worked as a pawnbroker for less than 75 days

Reference

Employees

Video Guide- Pawn Employee Application

Video Guide- Update Employment

Create a Pawn Employee Account 

Apply for a Pawn Employee License (self pay)

Apply for a Pawn Employee License (employer will pay fee)

Criminal History- Required Documents

Manage Your ALECS Account (Change Email, Password, or Security Questions)

Update Employment 

To print a license, employees should create an ALECS account and print under "Manage My Business".

By Mail: Employee License Application

Shops

Your Employees

Search- See if employee licensed

Company Level Options in ALECS  (Termination Notices, etc.)

Your Company

Apply online with ALECS 

Change address, DBA, activate or inactivate with ALECS

Manage Your ALECS Account (Change Email, Password, or Security Questions)

To apply or make changes by mail, select appropriate link(s) below.

Checklist - New License

Kit- Transfer of Pawnshop License Application

Checklist - Transfer License

Small County Change (less than 250,000 people)

Large County Change (more than 250,000 people)

Forms

Principal Party Required Forms

Personal Affidavit

Personal Employment History

Personal Questionnaire

Forms in alphabetical order:

Application for New License or Transfer of License Financial Statement: Schedules 4 - 6
Application Questionnaire Personal Affidavit
Assignment of Statutory (Registered) Agent Personal Employment History
Disclosure of Principal Parties Personal Financial Statement
Fee Worksheet Personal Questionnaire
Financial Statement- Personal Statement of Experience
Financial Statement: Schedules 1 - 3 Statement of Records

All licensing documents are presented as PDF-fillable forms. Acrobat Reader is required to view, download, and complete forms. You must save all forms to your computerbefore entering data. Failure to do so may result in loss of data and files.