iControl sues Alarm.com and Frontpoint.com

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iControl sues Alarm.com and Frontpoint.com This was interesting news to hit the web today.  It was on the Wall Street Journal at 10am.   Othermedia sources also picked up the […]

Monitronics set to acquire Security Networks in the next month Wow! What a surprise! I had no idea this was in the works. Did you? Just when Security Networks was […]

YARMOUTH, Maine—When it comes to alarm services, customers can choose packages ranging from a Pinto to a Ferrari. If you’re lucky, they’ll pony up for a Ferrari. But will they […]

Members of the Utah Alarm Association got actively involved in Summit County.  Read what happened here: Summit County Response Letter The Summit County Sheriff sent out a letter on February 1, […]

After WWII, alarm equipment was hard to get.  Shortages of wire, batteries, bells, etc. threatened the survival of the smaller alarm companies. Ben Call, owner of Call’s Police Signal Corp. […]

Are you a business that manufactures, distributes, supplies or sells a product or service to Regular or National Company members? Do you want to network with the alarm companies in Utah […]

Owners and senior executives from the leading integration companies will attend the 2013 ESA Leadership Summit (February 18-21 in Orlando, FL) for intensive educational offerings, networking/social functions and vendor contact. This […]

New ordinance for Salt Lake County Sheriff’s department will require alarm companies to provide alarm permit number at the time of the alarm call. The post will continue on here. […]

It’s Finally Here! Salt Lake City Police Department is proud to announce alarm permits online at www.slcpd.com Scroll down to “popular links” Click on “alarm permit entry”. If this is […]

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office has officially changed their policy to respond to burglar alarms only if they are verified. Summit-County-Non-Response-Letter