The Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) and the False Alarm Reduction Association (FARA) named Custom Alarm of Rochester, Minn., as the 2010 Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) Award winner on Tuesday.
June 06, 2011
The Installation Quality (IQ) Certification Program is now a sponsor of the Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) award.
May 24, 2011
With 900 exhibitors, a newly revamped education program and scores of special events such as the 2011 SAMMY Awards, ISC West continues to reign as the most important trade show for installing security contractors. Check out SSI’s conference preview to plan your schedule ...
March 29, 2011
Since its launch three years ago, I have always enjoyed the Electronic Security Expo (ESX) for its education sessions and great networking opportunities.
By Scott Goldfine · August 05, 2010
Broadview Security is going out with a bang. On the verge of being absorbed into ADT, the company has received the 5th annual Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) Award for its outstanding false alarm management program. See what makes the plan so strong.
By Scott Goldfine · August 04, 2010
The August issue of SSI features a profile of this year's Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) Award winner, Broadview Security (presently becoming part of ADT), and its highly commendable false alarm management practices.
Scott Goldfine · July 21, 2010
The Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC), False Alarm Reduction Association (FARA) and SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION have named Broadview Security as the 2010 Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) Award winner...
June 15, 2010
The Electronic Security Expo (ESX) announces Nathan Harper, Chief of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, will be the featured speaker at the ...
March 02, 2010
SSI Hall Of Fame: 2010
By Scott Goldfine · March 01, 2010
How serious is Atronic Alarms about eliminating false alarms and police dispatches? Serious enough to augment its customer service operations with a Quality Assurance Department (QAD) whose primary mission is reducing the possibility any Atronic-installed system generates a false alarm.
By Scott Goldfine · April 30, 2009