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  • Tech Firms Partner to Automate Commercial Fire Notifications
    9.11.23 – RapidSOS, whose software connects dispatchers with responders, and Emergency24, which sells alarm monitoring services, have teamed up to send alarm signals for commercial fires more quickly and accurately, according to a statement.
  • CA: Police Say Scammers Are Going Door-To-Door Posing …
    9.14.23 – Patch – Fremont police emphasized that its officers do not go door-to-door requesting alarm permit verification or renewal. Those with relevant information or have seen suspicious activity are urged to contact Fremont police.
  • CA: Vallejo police may stop responding to some alarm calls …
    9.14.23 – NBC Bay Area – Like most Bay Area communities, Vallejo is facing a critical police officer shortage and the city’s now considering a plan to stop …
  • OK: False security alarm calls are draining resources, Owasso …
    9.15.23 – Fox 23 – “So far this year, there’s only been seven genuine alarms, meaning somebody got into a home or a business, it was burglarized or robbed,” he said. “So you’re talking one percent of the 650 plus alarms calls that we’ve been to this year.” Boatman said it’s a drain on the department’s resources.

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