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SIA forms Homeland Security Advisory Council

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04/01/2002

WASHINGTON-To aid federal policy makers in their mission to improve homeland security, the Security Industry Association has formed the Homeland Security Advisory Council to represent SIA's different technology groups on the national stage.

Chaired by Peter Michel, former chief executive officer of Brink's Home Security, the council was chartered by SIA's board of directors to develop policies about homeland security and be the association's voice on that issue.

ADT office subject of weekend burglary

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

TAMPA, Fla.-An ADT Security office was broken into in early March, according to a report in The Tampa Tribune.

IQ Biometrix goes public in reverse merger

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

CUPERTINO, Calif.-IQ Biometrix California Inc.

False alarm ordinance watch

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

Vancouver, Wash.
Officials here and in Clark County are considering changes to the area's false alarm ordinances that would require alarm companies to verify the alarm and cancel the 911 call if the alarm was false.

SAFE and SAFE Financial move to new headquarters

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

SAN RAMON, Calif.-SAFE and SAFE Financial have moved into a new 35,000 square-foot building here which is more than three times larger than the company's previous facility located here.

Extreme CCTV goes public

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

VANCOUVER, British Columbia-After receiving qualifying receipts from all applicable securities regulators, Extreme CCTV Inc. concluded its IPO Jan.

Security firms pay fines over Do Not Call list

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04/01/2002

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.-Two security companies that have telemarketing operations in the state paid settlements to regulators for violating Tennessee's Do Not Call list.

Download the latest Security Stats

SSN Staff  - 
04/01/2002

To download the latest .pdf file of Security Stats, just click on the link below;

Security Stats- April.

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SSN News Poll September 2014

Some new door-knocking scams recently prompted the Electronic Security Association to update its code of ethics to specifically ban them. Also, ADT this summer is offering up to $25,000 to whistleblowers who expose security companies that train sales teams to use deceptive selling techniques. What do you think are the best ways to combat door-to-door sales scams?

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