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UAA Convinces Police Dept. to Extend Alarm Response Policy

After announcing that it would stop responding to unverified burglar alarms by May 1, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) has decided to extend its response policy until the end of the year.


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After announcing that it would stop responding to unverified burglar alarms by May 1, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) has decided to extend its response policy until the end of the year. May 02, 2013

Eight Clark County police agencies have set a precedent on burglar alarm response in an effort to combat the false alarm problem. The procedural order alleviates the burden on local law enforcement, and the area has seen a 40-percent drop in burglaries, despite a doubling in population. May 31, 1997

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