False alarm reduction efforts tweeting your way?


siac_logo_new-300x144Just got an email (via my colleague Martha) from Shane Sumrow over at The Margulies Communications Group.

Looks like SIAC’s stepping up its social media networking endeavors in its efforts to combat false dispatches.

I can vouch for the veracity of the stepped up LinkedIn presence, as I just got linked to SIAC’s Stan Martin this morning. Well done guys.

From the SIAC release:

The Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC) is stepping up its efforts to reach law enforcement, citizens and companies in the security industry by adopting several new social media tools. As part of its outreach program, SIAC is now plugged into three social networking tools – Twitter, LinkedIn and WordPress. Short messages will be frequently delivered via Twitter. LinkedIn will connect users with SIAC services. At WordPress, SIAC will blog on successful alarm reduction techniques and invite discussion and comments from viewers.

I’ve sort of been doing that for SIAC, too, by the way. I’ve written numerous stories and blog posts about false alarm reduction efforts and about SIAC.

It’s nice to be connected to Stan, finally, I must admit.

Check out their efforts and keep up with important world of false alarm reduction.

“We’re tremendously excited about where we’re headed and the value we provide our sponsors, local communities and the security industry. These new social media tools will help us educate key individuals and organizations on alarm management issues, and increase our investment in proven solutions,” Stan said in the release.

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Read about false alarm reduction efforts at SIAC’s blog!