Discover the commitment and techniques that allowed Amherst Alarm to break the ice and capture its first Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) Award.
Scott Goldfine · October 17, 2016
The Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) has teamed up with the Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) and the National Sheriffs’ Association to award the Sheriff/Private Security Partnership Award to Sheriff David O. Livingston of the Contra Costa County Office of the Sheriff and Bay Alarm.
SSI Staff · August 12, 2016
Investors are finally starting to flock to the security industry and they're doing so in a big way. But what underlying impact is this flurry of M&A activity having on the industry and the groups that have helped it grow in the first place?
Scott Goldfine · June 01, 2016
Stan Martin assumes the Outreach Committee post with the NSA ready to “contribute to our shared mission of protecting the public,” he says.
SSI Staff · November 17, 2015
The Security Industry Alarm Coalition, the False Alarm Reduction Association and Security Sales & Integration named Habitec Security as the 10th annual Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) Award winner at ESX.
SSI Staff · June 24, 2015
Nominations are being accepted for the 10th annual Police Dispatch Quality (PDQ) Award program.
SSI Staff · March 10, 2015
The Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) has partnered with Stateside Associates to create a program that will monitor local governments for policy discussions that could impact the electronic security industry.
SSI Staff · February 19, 2015
The Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) is the leading organization advocating for the industry, helping avert municipal or regulatory conflicts, and promoting security’s interests and value to first responders, the public and media. Find out SIAC’s efforts and impact extends far beyond alarm management.
By Ron Walters · October 27, 2014
The Security Industry Association Intrusion Subcommittee has updated CP-01 false alarm standard, which details recommended design features for control panels and their associated arming and disarming devices, including smartphones and tablets.
Rodney Bosch · October 01, 2014
Reducing nuisance alarms from triggered key fobs is necessary to maintain positive relationships with public safety agencies, the group says.
SSI Staff · May 29, 2014