NORTHFORD, Conn.—Silent Knight by Honeywell is offering introductory and advanced fire alarm training in 20 states, the company recently announced.
CHARLESTON, W.V.—Lawsuits alleging Monitronics’ telemarketing broke federal law are proceeding in West Virginia, where a multidistrict litigation has been created to handle the issue.
INDIANAPOLIS—Stanley Security will announce the four winners of its $500,000 Together for Safer Schools grant program on Jan. 9.
BOCA RATON, Fla.—MobileHelp’s new Cellular DUO mobile PERS unit, launched Jan. 2, features an in-home cellular base station and a mobile device.
HAGERSTOWN, Md.—Dynamark Security Centers plans to focus on growing its National Partner Program in 2014, the company announced Jan. 2.
IRVING, Texas—Vivint has contributed $10,000 to the Electronic Security Association’s 2014 Youth Scholarship Program, the organization announced Jan. 2.
MOORESVILLE, N.C.—A family here had been sick for days when, on a whim, the father of the family looked at his home’s carbon monoxide detector.
SAN ANTONIO—Security Partners and Response Center-USA Team held its first holiday food drive in San Antonio this year, the company announced recently.
SAN DIEGO—Users can now add range-booster antennas to Helios surveillance systems, MicroPower Technologies has announced.
ROSH HA’AYIN, Israel and RESTON, Va.—ObjectVideo and Agent Vi have signed a patent license agreement, the companies announced recently.
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