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  • NC: Asheville Police adopt new program aiming to decrease false …
    5.11.22 – Fox Carolina – The new False Alarm Reduction Program aims to reduce the number of false alarm calls in the city. From 2018 to 2021, APD saw 4,500 false alarms per year, meaning up to 97% of residential and business alarms coming in are actually false. Police say this unnecessarily drains police resources.


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