Security Speaking: FARA Board Member Deborah Hansen Talks Video Alarm Response
Welcome back to SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION's "Security Speaking" podcast! Here, Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine talks to Deborah Hansen, false alarm reduction coordinator for the city of Naperville (Ill.) Police Department at the False Alarm Reduction Association (FARA) Symposium in Albuquerque,…
Welcome to SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION‘s “Security Speaking” podcast.
This weekly podcast features the industry’s leading business owners, operators, managers and subject matter experts discussing the trends, challenges, technologies and more affecting today’s electronic security professional.
In the latest edition, Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine talks with the Deborah Hansen, false alarm reduction coordinator, investigations divisions, for the City of Naperville (Ill.) Police Department. A six-year member of the False Alarm Reduction Association (FARA), Hansen also serves on the organization’s board of directors.
Listen as Hansen discusses using advanced technology like video for alarm response and how alarm companies and law enforcement can improve their partnerships. Hansen also shares how FARA will combine its annual symposium with the Alarm Association of Florida’s (AAF) annual conference and expo in late April 2013 and more.
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