Habitec Security is doing its part to improve public safety by cutting down on false alarms that waste the time of local police. It has worked closely with local police to reduce false alarms by 65%.
Scott Goldfine · October 08, 2015
The city of Little Rock, Ark., has started a new program to reduce the number of false alarm calls. Of the city's 35,000 alarm calls each year, 95% amount to false alarms, wasting officers' time.
SSI Staff · September 29, 2015
The New Orleans Police Department has taken a big step in preventing false alarm calls by hiring Crywolf False Alarm Solutions to run its false alarm program. The system is expected to be built by next month and operational by the end of the year.
Stephen Sellner · September 22, 2015
Warner Robins, Ga., with a population of about 72,500, will fine homeowners and business for nuisance alarms.
SSI Staff · July 21, 2015
The program requires alarm owners to pay an annual $25 registration fee and a $100 fine for a false alarm.
SSI Staff · July 10, 2015
Despite objections from local alarm companies, the City Council passed a new ordinance intended to curb false dispatches.
SSI Staff · July 02, 2015
The city of Bellevue has signed a four-year contract with AOT Public Safety Corporation to manage a program aimed to motivate resident to better maintain their security systems to prevent false alarms.
SSI Staff · May 21, 2015
Business owners in Rochester, Minn., are asked to contact their alarm company to request the first alarm notification call go directly to police dispatch.
SSI Staff · April 02, 2015
Installed in January, the new fire alarm was supposed to alleviate nuisance alarms that were common with the Capitol’s legacy system.
SSI Staff · March 18, 2015
Fresno-based monitoring center claims to maximize community resources, combats false alarms at more than double efficiency of national average.
SSI Staff · February 25, 2015