A proposal by the city's police department to stop responding to burglar alarms without verification first received a cool reception by the Arlington City Council.
Some council members at its meeting in late May cautioned against such an ordinance, which would require confirmation that an emergency is in progress before police respond to the scene, according to a report in The Dallas Morning News.
PALO ALTO, Calif.-A home management network company has announced a partnership with Panasonic to bring to market a home security and control system that the companies would sell through national broadband service providers.
BOCA RATON, Fla.-ADT Security Services has agreed to pay nearly $650,000 in customer refunds and change its new residential security services contract in a settlement reached between the security company and New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, a settlement that all together will cost the company $1.
RA'ANANA, Israel-Nice Systems announced plans to consolidate all of its security-related activities into a newly-created Security Group under the leadership of Doron Eidelman, who joins Nice as executive vice president and president of the Security Group.
The new group combines the digital video recording and threat analysis capabilities of the company's VIM Division with the government, military, and law enforcement communications intelligence experience of its ISS Division.