Three More ECCs Go Live With The Monitoring Association’s ASAP-to-PSAP

Seattle, Bell County Texas, and Crawford County, Pa., are the latest to implement TMA’s Automated Secure Alarm Protocol.

McLEAN, Va. – The Monitoring Association (TMA) welcomed the Seattle Community Safety & Communications Center (CSCC), the Bell County (Texas) Communications Center and the Crawford County (Pa.) Department of Public Safety as the 128th, 129th and 130th Emergency Communications Centers (ECCs) in the U.S. to implement the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP).

Launched in 2011 as a public-private partnership, TMA’s ASAP service is “designed to increase the accuracy and efficiency of calls for service from alarm monitoring centers to Emergency Communication Centers (ECCs),” according to the association announcement.

More About the Three Newest TMA ASAP Adopters

The Seattle CSCC became the sixth ECC in Washington to implement ASAP, going live with Vector Security, Rapid Response Monitoring, Guardian Protection, Securitas, Security Central, DynaMark Monitoring, Affiliated Monitoring, Tyco (Johnson Controls), Vivint, Brinks Home Security, National Monitoring Center, Securitas (Stanley Div), Protection One and ADT during the week of June 5.

The Bell County Communications Center became the 15th ECC in Texas to implement the protocol, going live the week of June 12 with Vector Security, Rapid Response Monitoring, Vivint, DynaMark Monitoring, Security Central, Securitas (Stanley Division), Tyco (Johnson Controls), United Central Control, Protection One, Affiliated Monitoring, Securitas, Brinks Home Security, National Monitoring Center, Alert 360, and Guardian Protection. ADT is planning to go-live in the next few weeks.

The Crawford County Department of Public Safety became the seventh ECC in Pennsylvania to implement ASAP when it went live the week of June 19 with Rapid Response Monitoring, Vector Security, Johnson Controls, Securitas (Stanley Division), Securitas, Quick Response, Doyle Security, Dynamark Monitoring, United Central Control, Protection One, National Monitoring Center, Vivint, Brinks Home Security, Guardian Protection, Affiliated Monitoring and ADT.

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