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When Bad Things Happen to Good Alarm Companies: The Forensic Science of Minimizing Risk

Originally recorded live on 03/16/17, this webcast was designed to help alarm contractors, central stations and other interested parties learn ways to proactively help limit their liability, better protect…


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Originally recorded live on 03/16/17, this webcast was designed to help alarm contractors, central stations and other interested parties learn ways to proactively help limit their liability, better protect their customers and their assets in cases of burglaries, ambush, panic and/or holdup condition, and/or a life-safety emergency such as a fire, smoke, carbon monoxide and/or natural gas detection system alarm. February 06, 2017

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