Florida ECC Goes Live With TMA’s Automated Secure Alarm Protocol

A total of 144 ASAP-enabled emergency communications centers nationwide now protect more than 53 million people.

McLEAN, Va. – The Palm Beach County, Fla., Sheriff’s Office became the 144th emergency communications center (ECC) in the United States and the 11th ECC in Florida to implement The Monitoring Association (TMA)’s 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.

Palm Beach County went live the week of May 13, 2024, with the following alarm companies: Rapid Response Monitoring; ADT; Affiliated Monitoring; Alert 360; Brinks Home Security; Dynamark Monitoring; Guardian Protection; National Monitoring Center; Protection One/Everon; Securitas; Security Central; Tyco (Johnson Controls); United Central Control; Vector Security; and Vivint.

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