CSAA travels to Rome for annual meeting

SSN Staff  - 
Thursday, August 31, 2006

VIENNA,Va.--When in Rome, November 3 through 8, Central Station Alarm Association members at the 2006 annual meeting will do as the Romans do, and the Vatican will serve as the event's backdrop.
Throughout the event, attendees will participate in seminars pertinent to the landscape of the alarm monitoring market, such as a panel discussion where representatives of law enforcement, fire prevention, and emergency communications organizations will share their vision of future issues or a session examining developments in co-operative ventures between UL and the CSAA. Other presentations will cover alarm company acquisitions, CSAA/Casualty Insurance Industry relationship, and the use of apprenticeship programs to improve employee retention. As is its tradition, CSAA will also host a number of leaders from prominent public law enforcement organizations.
Thanks to the location, some of the panel discussions will incorporate Europe's flair, with a few specialized panel discussions. Attendees can tour the Centrale Operativo Securitas, a central station in Rome, to see how European operations compare to those in the United States. Also on the agenda is a discussion about the use of CCTV in the British Transportation System, which will reveal how the British Transport Police use CCTV for homeland security.
Along with the educational elements, attendees will also be offered many networking opportunities and tours of Rome. For registration information, visit www.csaaul.org.