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Boulder PD adds verification measures

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08/01/2004

BOULDER - Identifying the important role security companies play in the community, the Boulder Police Department implemented last month a non-response policy for habitual false alarm offenders that can be reversed through education and system upgrades.

The police department enacted a non-response policy for homes and businesses that cause three false alarms within a six-month period.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
08/01/2004

CSAA course addresses false alarms

VIENNA, Va. - The Central Station Alarm Association plans to launch an online false alarm reduction course this fall.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2004

ADS Security receives highest certification from CSAA
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Central Station Alarm Association has recognized ADS Security with a five-diamond certification, its highest level of endorsement.

IASG acquires Alliant out of bankruptcy

Acquired portfolio consists of 17,000 accounts in northern and southern California
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07/01/2004

ALBANY, N.Y.

Detroit’s false alarm rate drops 31%

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07/01/2004

DETROIT - A year after eight local monitoring centers and two national central stations took a pledge to reform the top 5 percent of alarm abusers, false alarms in the city dropped 31 percent during the first five months of this year.
The dramatic reduction is thanks to the efforts of the Burglar & Fire Alarm Association of Michigan that drafted the Michigan Alarm Industry Pledge last fall, through its Detroit False Alarm Reduction committee.

Same town, different side of tracks

SSN Staff  - 
07/01/2004

C-Chip Technologies to acquire Unique Security for $1.3M U.

Know thy contract

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07/01/2004

MONTREAL - In an unlikely marriage of companies, remote access provider C-Chip Technologies signed a letter of intent to acquire Unique Security for $1.3 million in an acquisition that provides C-Chip immediate access to the alarm company’s monitoring base and standing within the emerging market of automatic vehicle location.

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