False Alarms

Read: PPVAR Roundtable Explains Path to Beating Back False Dispatches

PPVAR Roundtable Explains Path to Beating Back False Dispatches

In this edition of the Security Speaking podcast, three members of the Partnership for Priority Verified Alarm Response delve into trends, challenges and opportunities revolving around alarm response.

Read: False Alarms Will Happen … and That’s OK

False Alarms Will Happen … and That’s OK

The truth is that the authorities really do not care about your false alarms. However, they do care if they are not handled properly and escalate to a false alarm dispatch of their personnel.

Read: Calipsa, Immix Launch AI Video Verification Solution for Central Stations

Calipsa, Immix Launch AI Video Verification Solution for Central Stations

The integration, which will be released Sept. 1 in the Americas, will be made available on the Immix Central Station (CS) and Guard Force (GF) platforms.

Read: Industry Appeals Ruling Upholding Alarm Ordinance in Sandy Springs

Industry Appeals Ruling Upholding Alarm Ordinance in Sandy Springs

The plaintiffs’ petition claims alarm companies do not get a hearing before being fined, which violates their due process rights.

Read: TMA Releases Revised ANSI-Accredited False Dispatch Standard

TMA Releases Revised ANSI-Accredited False Dispatch Standard

TMA CS-V-01-2020 defines methods by which false dispatches can be greatly reduced, according to The Monitoring Association.

Read: Iowa Law Shields Alarm Dealers From False Alarm Fines

Iowa Law Shields Alarm Dealers From False Alarm Fines

The Security Industry Alarm Coalition credited Per Mar Security’s efforts in helping get the false alarm language into the legislation.

Read: Why the Police Dispatch Quality Award Matters to Public Safety

Why the Police Dispatch Quality Award Matters to Public Safety

The annual PDQ Award signifies the security industry’s commitment to reducing unnecessary requests for service by the police.

Read: Sandy Springs Alarm Ordinance Upheld by Appeals Court

Sandy Springs Alarm Ordinance Upheld by Appeals Court

The Eleventh Circuit Court wrote the ordinance is an economic regulation that “does not burden any suspect classification or fundamental right.”

Read: ADT’s Tom Nakatani to Serve as Next President of PPVAR

ADT’s Tom Nakatani to Serve as Next President of PPVAR

Nakatani officially began his two-year term at the June 10 PPVAR members’ meeting after serving as vice president.

Read: Immix Launches Advanced Video Analysis for Monitoring Centers

Immix Launches Advanced Video Analysis for Monitoring Centers

A new integration with Jemez Technology aims to reduce false alarms for central stations that provide video-based monitoring services.

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