LAS VEGAS - Security professionals who descended upon AmericaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s playground for the 2004 International Security Conference & Exposition contributed to a 17 percent increase in attendees in comparison to last yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s show.
Reed Exhibitions, organizer of the annual event, reported that out of the 19,439 people who visited the show, 55 percent of attendees were dealers and 24 percent were end users.
LOS ANGELES - The long process to craft a false-alarm ordinance that would be agreeable to both law enforcement and the alarm industry in Los Angeles is far from over, according to Jerry Lenander, executive director of the California Alarm Association.
In the first month of the new policy, the Los Angeles Police Department reported a 20 percent decrease in total alarm responses, according to Jerry Lenander.
TALLAHASEE, Fla. - A proposed bill that would add false alarm training and second-call alarm verification requirements to licensing standards in Florida is one step closer to passage after being referred to the Florida SenateÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Criminal Justice Committee in early March.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - A back-and-forth debate between California municipalities and alarm companies over whether their customer lists are considered confidential information and protected under a federal privacy act has been settled by a new state law.