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  Alarm Management Seminar 


sponsored by:




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Is your policy effective?  Do you have chronic alarm abusers? Are you concerned with officer safety responding to false alarms? 







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Contact [email protected] to schedule a seminar in your area.






Components of a successful alarm management 


  • Require Registration
  • Require Basic Call Verification and multi-call verification
  • Include meainful fines
  • Educate users





Alarm Management  Resources for Law Enforcement: 


Model Ordinance*

Enhanced Call Resolution

  • Customizable Brochure - coming soon! *
  • Sample Registration Form-coming soon
  • No-cost Consultant available
  • Assistance with City Council meetings


*log-in required

This seminar is presented by respresentatives

from the law enforcement and alarm industry. 


The Alarm Management seminar will allow participants to learn effective strategies to dramatically reduce false alarms, and will be given model policy and sample ordinances that are ready-to-use, without draining department staff time, or resources.


Representatives from the alarm industry will provide valuable information  regarding new technology in the alarm security industry and how it effects law enforcement.


Class Curriculum (2 POST Credits)


No cost for training.  Lunch provided.


Questions:  Contact Ann at 1-800-377-4058, 651-457-0677 or [email protected]



Alarm Management Seminar

held January, 2010 at Gustavous College in Saint Peter, Minnesota

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Alarm Management Committee members:


Law Enforcement:

Chief Scott Knight, Chaska PD

Chief Matt Peters, Saint Peter PD

Chief Rodney Seurer, Savage PD

Sheriff Dean Albers, Goodhue County


Alarm and Security Industry:

Guy Adams, Heartland Security,                                

Tim Davis, People’s Security Company,                               

Wendy Makousky, WH International Response

Glen Mowrey, Chief Deputy (Ret), Charlotte-Mecklenburg (NC) PD; SIAC


Ex-Officio - Harlan Johnson, Executive Director of the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association

SIAC Representative and Retired Deputy Chief Glen Mowrey stresses the importance of meaningful fines at the seminar.


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The Alarm Management Committee works to:


  • Reduce Dispatches
  • Educate All Parties
  • Share Information
  • Promote/Support Effective Ordinances
  • Support Measures to Help Recover Costs to Law Enforcement