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This Weeks FARA News
Did you know...? FARA’s committees are constantly working on new false alarm reduction initiatives that will help us all do our jobs more efficiently and effectively. Committee work allows members to have substantial input in FARA. For more information on what each...read more
May 7 to May 9, 2019 Tuesday 5-7-19 – Classes Wednesday 5-8-19 – Classes Thursday 5-9-19 – Classes Download a full symposium packet Host Hotel – Crowne Plaza Tampa Westshore 5303 West Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33609 Phone: 813-289-1950 ...read more
Remember more information is available every week by clicking on the links at the top right corner of the page Click on a link below for: Legislative Reports Public Safety Updates FARA Believe It or Not Past...read more
FARA Industry News
11.5.18 - BW Businessworld - 5G could be the technology that offers the best of all available communication technologies to the security industry The shutdown of the 2G network in the United States in 2017 had a ripple effect on the market for intruder alarms, mostly...read more
Public Safety Updates CA: HB police chief proposes program to try to cut false alarms 11.9.18 - Los Angeles Times - Citing high numbers of false alarm burglary calls from businesses and residents eat up time for the Huntington Beach Police Department, Chief Robert...read more
BY JOEL GRIFFIN ON NOV 7, 2018 SAFE Security has been acquired by AAA Northern California, Nevada and Utah (AAA NCNU). According to industry sources, SAFE Security has been acquired by AAA Northern California, Nevada and Utah (AAA NCNU) for an undisclosed sum. The...read more
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FARA Mission Statement
It is the mission of the False Alarm Reduction Association (FARA) to provide a forum for local government alarm ordinance professionals to exchange information on successful false alarm reduction programs, to serve as a clearinghouse for agencies seeking to reduce false alarms, and to foster an environment of cooperation among public safety, the alarm industry and the alarm users.
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