LOS ANGELES - For the past several months, representatives from the alarm industry have been fighting to prevent implementation of a controversial non-response policy approved by the Los Angeles Police Commission in January.
Now, even as a task force is meeting to discuss the issue, at least one member of the task force thinks that court action may be necessary to prevent the police from enacting their policy.
LOS ANGELES - A controversial non-response policy for Los Angeles is one step closer to reality after a vote by the Los Angeles City Council fell two shy of over-running a policy approved by the police commission.
LEWISVILLE, Texas - American Building Control, formerly known as Ultrak, saw changes in its top levels of management as the companyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s chief executive officer and three members of the board of directors announced their resignations.
Company officials did not say in a press release why Chief Executive Officer Niklaus Zenger resigned, but attributed a new business strategy at the company to his tenure.
ISC officials boast that this yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s seminar offering is bigger and better than in yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s past. Below are some seminars that installing dealers have picked as their top selections to take in at the show.
As the demand for and use of video surveillance grows, so has the need for intelligent software to drive and refine these systems. Security companies, software manufacturers and others are increasingly jumping into the fray with software that not only expands the scope of how images are captured, but then processes the resulting information for optimal results.
ST. JOHNÃ¢â‚¬â„¢S, Newfoundland - Faced with an increasing number of false alarms, the Newfoundland Department of Justice is looking toward a 1-900 system to make security system calls more efficient and effective.