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6-11-18 Weekly News

Door to Door Sales Police: 2 individuals wanted, reportedly forcing entry into Magnolia … 6.7.18 – KATV – Magnolia police say the individuals are reportedly going door-to-door, attempting to sell alarm systems. Once a homeowner comes to the door, they’re forcing … Man claims to represent burglar alarm company, tries to enter home 6.9.18 – The Tand D.com – The […]

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7 Sneaky Ways Burglars Can Break into Your House

5.14.18 – MSN – Most of the time, they’re not ‘breaking’ in at all – ‘Most burglars aren’t using ladders or ropes or digging holes to get into your home,’ says Emily Patterson, a home security expert for ASecureLife.com. According to her research, an overwhelming majority of burglars enter homes through the doors and windows. Thirty-four […]

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6-3-18 Weekly News

Texas News ADI – Austin, TX  Expo – Tuesday, June 26, 2018 TBFAA will offer the National Electrical Code (NEC) Low Voltage Update. Taught by – Kelly Ryan, TBFAA President  this course will meet the Texas DPS state licensing requirement for an update on the National Electrical Code (NEC). Learn how the NEC applies to […]

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5-28-18 Weekly News

Door to Door Sales BBB Helps Fight Fraud at the Front Door by Teaming with ADT and Other Security Leaders 5.18.18 – TMA – As summer selling season kicks off, news conference with Louisiana State Fire Marshal features victims and tips on stopping deceptive sales in the security industry. Alarm industry sees progress in its continuing fight […]

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5-21-18 – Weekly News

Public Safety News BC: Delta police saving time with new false alarm strategy 5.15.18 – Delta-Optimist – “These false alarm calls take up an enormous amount of patrol resources, both in terms of their frequency and the overall time they take officers away from other … GA: Sandy Springs again amends false alarm ordinance 5.15.18 – MDJOnline.com – The city of Sandy […]

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5-14-18 – Weekly News

Public Safety Updates CA: Fines for Unwanted Fire Alarms Explored by City Leaders in LA 9.18 – MyNewsLA.com – In an effort to reduce the thousands of unwarranted alarm calls that the fire department responds to each year, a Los Angeles City Council committee advanced a proposal to develop a program and fee structure that would charge home and […]

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5-7-18 NESA Monitor

Public Safety Updates CT: Police look to cut down on reports of false alarms 4.30.18 – WTNH.com – Plainfield, Conn. – Many would expect businesses like Central Village Discount Liquors to have an alarm system and they might not be surprised that every once in a while the alarm would be set off by mistake. “Twice,” said MIke Murphy who […]

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4-30-18 NESA Monitor

Public Safety Updates CA: Atherton council roundup: Tennis keys, high-speed rail, false alarm fees 4.24.18 – The Almanac Online – Atherton residents who don’t want to use the town’s new clay tennis court won’t have to help pay for it, the City Council decided on April 18. Town staff members had suggested the $50 annual cost of […]

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4-23-18 NESA Monitor

Public Safety Updates AZ: Paradise Valley budget talks illustrate a municipality in full bloom 4.16.18 – Paradise Valley Independent – In addition to general police operations PVPD officials are responsible for the community’s legacy alarm system, which in 2017 resulted in more than 3,000 false alarm calls. In 2017, 99.86 percent of the 3,682 security alarms the police department responded to […]

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4.16.18 NESA Monitor

Public Safety Updates GA: Burglar alarm calls in Sandy Springs will go unanswered for some 4.12.18 – Atlanta Journal Constitution – Sandy Springs also said Thursday that seven companies had never registered with the city, and their customers were never eligible for alarm response. Those companies are: Alarm Force, Consumer Security Services of Ga., EDE Systems Inc., Interlink Control, Nationwide Integrators […]

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