Best of Security Speaking: SIAC Executive Director Stan Martin Talks False Alarm Reduction
Welcome back to SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION's "Security Speaking" podcast! Here, Stan Martin, executive director of the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC), talks about issues affecting the industry, including efforts to reduce false alarms.
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 Stan Martin, executive director of the Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC), a not-for-profit organization that seeks to create a structure for interested parties to come together under the banner of dispatch reduction and alarm management. Martin, a member SSI’sIndustry Hall of Fame, has been responsible for multiple security companies and has served as vice president of ADI.
Listen as Martin discusses what’s going on in the realm false alarm, dispatch and management; SIAC’s fundraising efforts; new technology impacting alarm management and response; the Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) Award program; and more issues affecting the electronic security industry today.
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