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January 15, 2018   |   Licensing

San Diego Cracks Down on Home Security False Alarms

If your alarm goes off accidentally and the monitoring service can not reach you or one of your emergency contacts, most likely they will send the police to your home and you will be hit with a false alarm fee. You can call our monitoring station anytime 24hrs a day and verify that we have your current home ...

January 13, 2018   |   Licensing

Do you need a Level 1 Class?

TNESA is hosting a NTS Level 1 Class at SentryNet in Memphis on January 26 - 28, 2017.

January 03, 2018   |   Licensing

Updated Fire Department fees approved in Seabrook

Several new permit and inspection fees are being applied to fire alarm and sprinkler systems, alternative fire suppression systems, fire alarm system maintenance, life safety, day care inspections, fire investigation reports, false alarms and parking citations.

January 01, 2018   |   Licensing

Valparaiso council addressing false alarms

Responding to false alarms wastes time and money and diverts staff from real emergencies, so the City Council will consider two ordinances dealing with the registration and regulation of monitored alarm systems in the community.

December 31, 2017   |   Licensing

New Princeton Alarm Ordinance Kicks In Jan. 31

All burglar and fire alarms must be registered with the police department.

December 30, 2017   |   Licensing

Monroeville has a new alarm protocol for emergency calls

It's called Automated Secure Alarm Protocol -- or ASAP -- and it basically cuts out unnecessary phone calls between alarm companies and dispatch centers.

December 22, 2017   |   Licensing

Pendleton ups fees for fire runs

Victims of house fires in Pendleton will see higher bills from the town's volunteer fire department after the Town Council voted to up response fees earlier this month.

December 21, 2017   |   Licensing

City changes rules to allow refund of alarm fees for Harvey victims

Members of the Houston city council voted Wednesday to change city rules, allowing for the refund of certain security alarm fees, including fees charged during Hurricane Harvey.



December 20, 2017   |  Licensing

Maryland Smoke Detector Law Mandates Change for Home Alarms

The state law went into effect on July 1, 2013, and requires the replacement of any battery-only operated smoke alarm that is more than 10 years old.

December 15, 2017   |   Licensing

Understanding the Relationship of Codes for Fire Alarms, Sprinklers, and Elevators

The presence of elevators in a building triggers the interaction between many different codes and standards.

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