Queen Anne’s County Becomes TMA’s 133rd Emergency Communications Center
Queen Anne’s Emergency Services becomes the fourth Maryland ECC to go live with TMA’s automated secure alarm protocol
McLean, Va. – Queen Anne’s County (Md.) Emergency Services is the 131st emergency communications center (ECCs) in the United States 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).
Queen Anne’s County ECC is the fourth ECC in Maryland to implement ASAP. The center went live the week of July 17, 2023 with: Vector Security, Rapid Response Monitoring, Johnson Controls, Securitas (Stanley Div), Securitas, CPI, Security Central, Brinks Home Security, United Central Control, Protection One, National Monitoring Center, Vivint, Affiliated Monitoring, Guardian Protection and ADT.
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