ADT’s “game-changing” technology helps first responders lessen lost resources to false alarms and focus on true emergencies. See how its smart program led to winning 2022’s Police Dispatch Quality Award.
The addition of Fort Worth and the Irving, Texas brings the total number of public safety communications centers implementing the Automated Secure Alarm Protocol to 113.
Motorola says with 911 Datamaster’s technology, it will continue to enhance its integrated command center software suite.
B Safe credits its false alarm success to proper customer training at installation, standard dispatch procedures for every system that are easy for the customer to understand and the use of new technologies.
Schmidt Security Pro implements its three-pronged EAP (education & training; attention & review; protocol & standards) program to thwart false alarms.
Vector Security assisted with implementation of ASAP-to-PSAP in Wake County, N.C., by helping to conduct extensive testing prior to the system going live.
The Automated Secure Alarm Protocol (ASAP) to public safety answering point (PSAP) initiative is realizing its mission to increase the efficiency and reliability of central stations’ emergency communications.
Industry veteran Tony Smith explains why the alarm industry would be wise to strengthen its existing police relationships in the wake of national protests.
First released in 2014, the 2019 version aims to reduce unnecessary police dispatches with various improvements and adjustments for current technologies.
A new report reveals which major cities have the best and worst police response times, as well as police response times based on the type of crime.