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ADT Awards Firefighters $5K for Speedy Response to House Fire

ADT made the donation to the Hendersonville, Tenn., Fire Department for its efforts in saving a family's residence. ADT dispatched firefighters after receiving an alert from a monitored smoke alarm.


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ADT Security Services will pay a civil penalty of $950,000 to customers here to provide restitution for residential clients whose rates increased during their initial contract, MercuryNews.com reports. January 30, 2012

On the heels of AT&T announcing its plans to enter into the home security market, cable provider Time Warner Cable and telecom Frontier Communications will now offer home security services. November 21, 2011

ADT Security Services has recalled carbon monoxide (CO) detectors for failure to signal users when the devices reached their end of useful life. October 23, 2011

SSI welcomes industry technology and standards authority Jay Hauhn as a regular contributor—Ed. By Jay Hauhn · October 23, 2011

Tyco Int'l plans to split into three publicly traded companies that will likely prove more attractive to potential acquirers on their own than as pieces of a conglomerate, analysts say. By Rodney Bosch · October 06, 2011

ADT Security Services Inc. has reached a settlement in a lawsuit over a failed home burglar alarm with the estate of a mother of four children. October 05, 2011

The homeowner claims that they called ADT numerous times to come and re-install a smoke detector. However, after three years, the family says that the detector was never replaced, despite paying monthly fees to the company. October 03, 2011

The homeowner claims that they called ADT numerous times to come and re-install a smoke detector. However, after three years, the family says that the detector was never replaced, despite paying monthly fees to the company. Ken Kirschenbaum · October 03, 2011

Tyco Int'l will split its ADT North America residential security business, commercial fire and security division, and flow control unit into stand-alone, publicly traded entities under a reorganization plan announced Monday. Ashley Willis · September 18, 2011

After enduring 14 homicides in 2010, St. Louis’ 21st Ward has installed a new wireless video surveillance system, with a goal of reducing violent crime by 70 percent. Out of 28 wards in the city, the 21st Ward is the first to deploy this type of solution. August 23, 2011




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