Reduce False Alarms - Free Training
Free training for crime prevention practitioners on how to reduce police service calls by teaching management of alarm systems and prevention of false alarms.
Reduce False Alarms - Increase Law Enforcement Efficiency
Across the country, law enforcement agencies are discovering a new way of responding to monitored alarm systems in their communities. This technique increases law enforcement's efficiency and generates new revenue. In many communities, burglar alarms generate a significant number of law enforcement service calls and the vast majority of alarm calls, between 94 percent and 98 percent, are false. The majority of false alarms are caused by human error and the remainder are caused by faulty or improperly installed equipment. One study found that 20 percent of alarm systems trigger 80 percent of false alarms. The Security Industry Alarm Coalition (www.siacinc.org) can provide a one and one-half hour session that explores various options that local governments and law enforcement can employ to reduce alarm dispatches and increase revenue based on successful models and programs from across the country.
To schedule a workshop contact Glen Mowrey, Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC), at 704-573-9759, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.