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JCPD launches D.I.Y. Alarm Line, Non … – Johns Creek

JCPD launches D.I.Y. Alarm Line, Non … – Johns Creek

The Johns Creek Police Department launched two new phone ... a direct phone number for you to speak to a dispatcher and report the incident.
 Emergency dispatchers dealing with many mistake 911 calls

 Emergency dispatchers dealing with many mistake 911 calls

1.24.20 - WMTW - Click to watch video SCARBOROUGH, Maine  Calling 911 by accident happens more often than ...
Home surveillance systems changing landscape for investigations

Home surveillance systems changing landscape for investigations

Home surveillance systems changing landscape for investigations. Personal cameras are helping homeowners feel more secure in their homes in addition to helping the criminal justice system.
1.27.20 NESA Monitor

1.27.20 NESA Monitor

Public Safety Updates GA: JCPD launches D.I.Y. Alarm Line, Non ... - Johns Creek 1.22.20 - The Johns Creek ...

BUSINESS TIPS

Top Tech Trends of 2020: Water, Water Everywhere

Top Tech Trends of 2020: Water, Water Everywhere

The smart home’s hottest connected features offer homeowners water management, peace of mind and even cool bathroom amenities, and new revenue streams for integrators.
Over Half Million Telnet Credentials Leaked for IoT Devices, Servers, Routers

Over Half Million Telnet Credentials Leaked for IoT Devices, Servers, Routers

The leaked information includes each device’s IP address, as well as a username and password for the remote access protocol that can be used to control devices over
5G Future: ‘An Antenna in Every Room’

5G Future: ‘An Antenna in Every Room’

5G will alter cellphone signal booster design, often requiring an antenna in every room. Also, electric vehicle charging stations are big sales opportunity.
Sell More Video by Changing Your Team’s Mindset

Sell More Video by Changing Your Team’s Mindset

Helping your employees identify customers who may benefit from new technology will help boost growth in your video sales through 2020.
Should alarm companies be liable for their own negligence

Should alarm companies be liable for their own negligence

1.24.20 - KEN KIRSCHENBAUM, ESQ "They should at least be liable for their own negligence" Where have we heard ...
Avoid Surprises: Security Execs Say Don’t Let These Catch You Off Guard in 2020

Avoid Surprises: Security Execs Say Don’t Let These Catch You Off Guard in 2020

Monitoring rates, legislation and wellness opportunities are just a few areas security experts say you should keep a close eye on in 2020.
Allow Your Monitoring Center to Be a Great Asset

Allow Your Monitoring Center to Be a Great Asset

With minimal effort, a dealer can adopt some basic central station tools to gain greater control while providing better customer service.
Why chain of custody is essential for surveillance video

Why chain of custody is essential for surveillance video

Properly preserving video and its associated metadata is essential when it comes addressing liability concerns

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Louisiana State Fire Marshal’s Office kicks off “Community Risk Reduction Week”

The Louisiana State Fire Marshal’s Office has announced the start to their inaugural Community Risk Reduction Week. The effort is geared toward “helping the fire service better help its community by learning the most common risks, finding prevention solutions for those risks and then spreading that messaging throughout their towns and cities.”

Bills to watch for the 2020 Legislative Session

Hoping to keep up with what is happening at the State Capitol this year? Look no further than the Y’all Politics bills to watch list. This list will be updated throughout the 2020 Legislative Session as bills die and survive.

Keeping an eye on licensing

Occupational licensure is the requirement to meet various educational and experience measurements to practice a trade or profession within a state. In Oklahoma, the Occupational Licensing Advisory Commission was created to review the occupations that require this standard.