ABFAA to Hold Meeting in April on Verified Response in Tucson
The Arizona Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (ABFAA) will be holding a special membership meeting April 10 to discuss the Tucson Police Department implementing its own verified response policy, scheduled to go into effect July 1, says Captain John Levit.
The association says Tucson Police will no longer respond to burglar alarms unless they are verified by video, audio, guard or “electronic” means.
Registration is required to attend the meeting. Contact ABFAA at (602) 277-2500 or (800) 330-7749 or E-mail email@example.com by April 8.
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