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New central to bring “integrity” to monitoring

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02/01/2003

MINNEAPOLIS - A new wholesale monitoring company slated to open its doors in April will target independent dealers on a national basis with a promise to bring personal service to every monitored account.

Integrity Monitoring Services, founded by Mickey Fuller, also the company’s chief executive officer, has letters of intent from several “well-established dealers” to get operations up and running, Fuller said.

Honeywell settles into central station

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01/01/2003

MINNEAPOLIS -Three years after the rest of its corporate family was relocated from Honeywell’s former headquarters here as a result of the company’s merger with AlliedSignal, a Honeywell security monitoring center has finally relocated and is now settling into its new digs.

The relocation of the central station, a move that put monitoring operations into an existing Honeywell structure just six miles away, is also the completion of a gradual consolidation of Honeywell’s monitoring operations into a single hub, a process that has been in the works for the past five to eight years, said Gary Marcinkowski, vice president and general manager of Honeywell’s security monitoring business.

GMS puts final touches on central station addition

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01/01/2003

LONG BEACH, Calif. -General Monitoring Services is wrapping up the final touches on a major technological and physical upgrade to its central station here that will provide a platform for new services and additional account growth.

COPS to open West Coast central station

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01/01/2003

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -An independent contract monitoring center is looking to build a backup central station here, a move that company officials expect will boost both the reliability of the company’s monitoring operations as well as its West Coast market share.

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SSN Staff  - 
01/01/2003

Sonitrol to install hand readers

CAMPBELL, Calif. -IR Recognition Systems, a unit of IR Security & Safety Group’s Electronic Access Control, has struck a deal with Sonitrol to link IR’s HandReader biometric hand geometry device with Sonitrol’s access control panels.

SAI faces delisting, UL complaint

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01/01/2003

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. -Following months of steadily declining stock prices and public complaints from dealers regarding operational issues at the company, troubled wholesale monitoring company Security Associates International in late November announced that it was in danger of being delisted from the American Stock Exchange because of its financial status and is also the subject of a complaint letter filed with Underwriters Laboratories.

Olympia mulls response issues

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2002

OLYMPIA, Wash. - Local officials here are mulling their options, including verified response, as law enforcement and city officials try to find a solution to the false alarm problem.

Briefs

SSN Staff  - 
12/01/2002

CSAA forms proprietary central station committee

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The Central Station Alarm Association will hold the first meeting of its Proprietary Central Station Council at the facilities of State Farm Insurance in Bloomington, Ill.

IACP endorses multiple call

Group will urge central stations to adopt policy
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12/01/2002

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The association that represents the nation's high ranking municipal law enforcement officers has adopted a policy to encourage private sector central stations to make multiple verification attempts by phone before dispatching an alarm to police.

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