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  • GA: City of South Fulton cracks down on false alarms …
    11.13.19 – Georgia Sun – The city of South Fulton just passed a new law that will penalize security alarm owners if their security systems repeatedly summon police for false alarms. The law will hold alarm owners responsible for the proper operation of alarm systems, according to Deputy Police Chief …
  • GA: Sandy Springs Amends False Alarm Law With New Fines
    11.11.19 – SSI – City officials adopted fines for alarm companies that claim to have evidence to verify a call for police dispatch but then fail to provide that evidenc
  • SC: False alarms will incur fines
    11.12.19 – Gaffney Ledger – City property owners now will get hit in the wallet for faulty alarm systems. Gaffney City Council on Thursday unanimously passed first reading …

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