Fed up with solicitors taking advantage of consumers, several cities throughout the nation are seeking to revamp their door-to-door sales and soliciting ordinances to protect citizens. How will the new changes affect door-to-door alarm sales companies?
SSI Staff · July 29, 2015
City officials in Pekin, Ill., want high resolution video surveillance footage made available to police for investigative purposes.
SSI Staff · May 04, 2015
Business and homeowners will be warned once before they’re given a $50 fee that increases each time another false alarm occurs.
SSI Staff · June 27, 2014
The Wade Hampton Fire Department wants to implement a new ordinance that will fine home and business owners for false fire alarms.
SSI Staff · June 19, 2014
Rather than charging property owners with a $30 annual fee for burglar alarms, the city of Syracuse will charge alarm companies to make it easier for the city to collect fines.
SSI Staff · June 11, 2014
The Connecticut Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) has adopted model ordinance that provides ...
October 28, 2008