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Public Safety Updates     

  • NC: About 99 Percent Of Burglar Alarm Calls Are False Alarms
    3.25.22 – rhinotimes.com – Greensboro Police Chief Brian James presented a plan at the annual City Council retreat on Thursday, March 24, to free up a tremendous amount of time for Greensboro police officers. The plan is for the Greensboro Police Department (GPD) to stop responding to burglar alarm calls unless the company confirms that it is not a false alarm.
  • ON: False alarms drop in Barrie during pandemic: police
    3.21.22 – BarrieToday.com – Barrie police report there were far fewer false alarms during the second year of the pandemic than in previous years. Meanwhile, there were many more valid calls triggered by private alarm systems across the city.


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