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Petrow Becomes First Woman to Be Named President of CSAA

Pam Petrow, CEO of Vector Security, will lead the Central Station Alarm Association through October 2017.


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ADS Security (ADS) has promoted Christine Mudrak to central station manager. May 24, 2011

Steve Doyle, CEO and executive vice president of the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA), has some cautionary advice to share with his electronic security brethren. The telephone voice mail system at your company could be a gateway for a fraudster to hack into and rack up costly international calls. By Rodney Bosch · February 22, 2011

A new bill introduced this week in the Illinois legislature would authorize fire protection districts to operate fire alarm monitoring facilities and exempt such districts from anti-trust liability. Rodney Bosch · February 09, 2011

Tri-Com Central Dispatch, a public service answering point (PSAP) for the Chicago suburbs of Batavia, Geneva and St. Charles, Ill., has decided not to monitor business emergency alarms due to lack of funds ... December 28, 2010

Three electronic security industry associations contend proposed legislation in Illinois could force private monitoring companies to compete for business with public entities such as fire protection districts ... Ashley Willis · December 07, 2010

The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) has named Monique Silverio as director of marketing and communications ... November 23, 2010

The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) has named Monique Silverio as director of marketing and communications ... November 22, 2010

Security industry professionals are mourning the loss of Vector Security President and CEO John Murphy, who died Oct. 13. October 14, 2010

Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) has released results from its latest Security Trends survey, which identifies and measures the monitoring/installation industry's monthly revenues, profits, attrition rates and marketing expenditures. September 28, 2010

The other day I received an urgent voice message from my long-time colleague and friend at the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA), Vice President of Marketing & Programs Celia Besore. Having always looked forward to my conversations with Celia, I promptly returned the call and received some bittersweet news. She told me she was leaving CSAA to accept a position as head of a nursing association, a position she had steadfastly educated and trained herself for the past few years. Scott Goldfine · August 24, 2010




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