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Audio and video verification service nabs late-night vandals

The Right Response
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08/01/2005

ORLANDO, Fla.--Catching vandals in May was a snap for the Central Florida Sonitrol location.

False alarm ordinance watch

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2005

Mesa, Ariz.
A Mesa police subcommittee proposed in a recent meeting that the city require alarm companies to call their customers twice before calling police and to raise fines for repeat police visits, reported the Arizona Republic.

NESA makes grassroots footprint

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07/01/2005

DALLAS--The National Electronic Security Association made its mark as an industry association. Six months after the formation of NESA, the group created a dues structure for members, signed on a lobbyist to work with the association in the capital and added to its state membership roster.

Card companies take a swipe at proposed bill in Calif.

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07/01/2005

SACRAMENTO, Calif.--A bill, called the Identity Information Protection Act, that passed in the California State Senate in May and has been sent to the second legislative house, could potentially prohibit the use of RFID technology in state issued documents.

CASIA sketches criminal background check legislation

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07/01/2005

HARTFORD, Conn.--The Connecticut Alarm & Systems Integrators Association legislation committee and its lobbyist will meet throughout the summer to craft a criminal background check guideline that could be considered for the next state legislation session.

CANASA recommends constitution changes

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07/01/2005

MARKHAM, Ontario--The Canadian Security Association proposed changes to its national constitution as part of a five-year strategic development plan--an initiative that will continue to make CANASA the voice of Canadian security professionals.
The association proposed four components to include in its constitution to further reflect membership, leadership, professionalism and growth.

False alarm ordinance watch

SSN Staff  - 
06/01/2005

DURHAM, N.C.

New Industry association materializes in the Gem State

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06/01/2005

BOISE, Idaho--When some members of the Idaho security industry witnessed a lack of licensing and standards within the state's industry, they formed a state association and became a chartered state association under the National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association in an effort to streamline regulatory options.
An official name of the association or its organization structure, such as dues and an election process, has not been ironed out, but those details are expected to be finished in the coming months.

NBFAA honors leaders

SSN Staff  - 
05/01/2005

LAS VEGAS--The National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association honored Cecil Hogan, past president of the NBFAA, with the 2004 Morris F. Weinstock person of the year award in recognition of a lifetime of service to the security industry at an evening event hosted by the NBFAA and the Alarm Industry Research & Educational Foundation on April 5.

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