COPS Monitoring wins CSAA central station of the year award
VIENNA, Va.—The Central Station Alarm Association has named COPS Monitoring the winner of the CSAA 2014 Excellence Award for central station of the year, according to a new release. The honor was bestowed at ESX 2014 in Nashville, Tenn.
“We realize there are many first-class central stations and our hats are off to the CSAA and all its members who strive to make the industry more professional in every way,” Jim McMullen, president and COO of Cops Monitoring, said in a prepared statement. “We are extremely appreciative to be commended with such a prestigious award.”
The CSAA Central Station Excellence Awards recognize FM Global, Intertek/ETL or UL-listed central stations and outstanding personnel that perform in the highest professional manner, in a way that contributes to the betterment of the alarm industry, the release noted. Entries are judged by a panel appointed by CSAA.
“The purpose of the awards program is to establish and promote the inherent value of central station services in general, to honor those who have made the most significant contributions to the service,” said Steve Doyle, CSAA executive vice president, in a statement.