Huntsville

Alarm Ordinance

Huntsville, TX Alarm System Ordinance

Chapter 4 - ALARM SYSTEMS

Sec 4-1 - Purpose

Sec 4-2 - Definitions

Sec 4-3 - Permit required

Sec 4-4 - Permit Application

Sec 4-5 - Transferability of permit; false statements

Sec 4-6 - Permit duration and renewal

Sec 4-7 - Penalties related to false alarms and noncompliance

Sec 4-8 - Alarm system operation and maintenance

Sec 4-9 - Audible or local broadcast alarms

Sec 4-10 - Indirect alarm reporting

Sec 4-11 - Reporting of alarm through relaying intermediary

Sec 4-12 - Direct alarm reporting; automatic alarm notification prohibited

Sec 4-13 - Monitoring procedures

Sec 4-14 - Alarm system operating instructions

Sec 4-15 - Duties of an alarm company

Sec 4-16 - Grounds for denial of a permit or revocation

Sec 4-17 - Reinstatement of a permit

Sec 4-18 - Appeal from administrative sanction or denial or revocation of permit

Sec 4-19 - Notification

Sec 4-20 - Alarm dispatch records

Sec 4-21 - System performance reviews and consultations

Sec 4-22 - Violations; penalty

Sec 4-23 - Confidentiality

Sec 4-24 - Government immunity

Sec 4-25 - Testing; other violations

 

Sec. 4-1 – Purpose

 

  (a) The purpose of this article is to encourage alarm users and alarm companies to properly use

       and maintain the operational effectiveness of alarm systems in order to improve the reliability

       of alarm systems and reduce or eliminate false alarms. 

  (b) This article governs alarm systems intended to summon law enforcement response, and

       requires registration, establishes fees, provides for penalties for violations, establishes a

       system of administration, and sets conditions for suspension of police response or revocation of 

       registration.            

 

Sec. 4-2 - Definitions

 

The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this chapter, shall have the meanings

ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:

Alarm administrator means a person designated by the governing authority to administer, control

and review false alarm reduction efforts and administer the provisions of this article.

Alarm dispatch request means a notification to a law enforcement agency that an alarm, either

manual or automatic, has been activated at a particular alarm site.

Alarm installation company means a person in the business of selling, providing, maintaining,

servicing, repairing, altering, replacing, moving or installing an alarm system in an alarm site. This

definition shall also include individuals or firms that install and service the alarm systems that will be used

in their private or proprietary facilities. This does not include persons doing installation or repair work

where such work is performed without compensation of any kind (i.e., do-it-yourselfers). 

Alarm notification means a notification intended to summon the police that is designed either to

be initiated purposely by a person or by an alarm system that responds to a stimulus characteristic of

unauthorized intrusion.

 

Alarm permit means authorization granted by the alarm administrator to an alarm user to operate

an alarm system.

 

Alarm site means a single premises or location (one street address) served by an alarm system

or systems that are under the control of one owner. Each unit, if served by a separate alarm system in a

multiunit building or complex, shall be considered a separate alarm site.

 

Alarm system means a device or system that emits, transmits, or relays a signal intended to

summon, or that would reasonably be expected to summon police or fire services of the city, including,

but not limited to, local broadcast alarms. The term "alarm system" does not include:

 

  (1) An alarm installed on a vehicle unless the vehicle is permanently located at a site;

       or

  (2) An alarm designed to alert only the inhabitants of a premise which does not have a

       local broadcast alarm.

 

Alarm user means any person who has contracted for monitoring, repair, installation or

maintenance service from an alarm installation company or monitoring company for an alarm system, or

who owns or operates an alarm system which is not monitored, maintained or repaired under contract.

 

Alarm user awareness class means a class conducted for the purpose of educating alarm users

about the responsible use, operation, and maintenance of alarm systems and the problems created by

false alarms.

 

Appeal process means the process that a permit holder aggrieved by a decision must make by

filing a formal request in writing to the city manager requesting a change in, or confirmation of, that

decision made regarding an alarm issue must follow to appeal the decision of the chief.

 

Arming station means a device that allows control of an alarm system.

 

Automatic voice dialer/automatic alarm notification means any electrical, electronic, mechanical,

or other device capable of being programmed to send a prerecorded voice message, when activated,

over a telephone line, radio or other communication system to a law enforcement, public safety or

emergency services agency requesting dispatch.

 

Burglar alarm notification means the notification intended to summon police, which is initiated or

triggered manually or by an alarm system designed to respond to a stimulus characteristic of

unauthorized intrusion.

 

Cancellation means the process where response is terminated when a monitoring company

(designated by the alarm user) for the alarm site notifies the responding law enforcement agency that

there is not an existing situation at the alarm site requiring law enforcement agency response after an

alarm dispatch request.

 

Certificate of compliance means a written certification from an alarm installation company stating

that the alarm system has been inspected and repaired (if necessary) and/or additional training has been

conducted by the alarm installation company or law enforcement agency.

 

Chief means the chief of police of the city or his authorized representative.

 

City manager means the city manager of the city or his authorized representative and shall not be

a police officer or a firefighter of the city.

 

Duress alarm means a silent alarm system signal generated by the entry of a designated code

into an arming station in order to signal that the alarm user is being forced to turn off the system and

requires law enforcement response.

 

False alarm means an alarm dispatch request to a law enforcement agency when a response is

made by the law enforcement agency within 30 minutes of the alarm dispatch request and the responding

law enforcement officer finds from an inspection of the interior and/or exterior of the alarm site no

evidence of a criminal offense or attempted criminal offense.

 

Holdup/robbery alarm means a silent alarm signal generated by the manual activation of a device

intended to signal a robbery in progress or immediately after it has occurred.

 

Law enforcement authority means the city of Huntsville Police Department.

 

License means a license issued by the state department of public safety private security bureau

to an alarm installation company and monitoring company to sell, install, monitor, repair, or replace alarm

systems.

 

Local broadcast means an alarm system that emits a signal at an alarm site that is audible or

visible from the exterior of the structure.

 

Monitoring means the process by which a monitoring company receives signals from an alarm

system and relays an alarm dispatch request to the municipality for the purpose of summoning law

enforcement to the alarm site.

 

Monitoring company means a person in the business of providing monitoring services.

 

Offense means operating an alarm system without a valid permit, which shall include a revoked

permit.

 

Panic alarm means an audible alarm generated by the deliberate activation of a panic device.

 

Permit holder means the person designated in the application as required in section 4-2 4-3 who

is responsible for responding to alarms and giving access to the site and who is responsible for proper

maintenance and operation of the alarm system and payment of fees.

 

Person means an individual, corporation, partnership, association, organization or similar entity.

 

Responder means an individual capable of reaching the alarm site within 30 minutes and having

access to the alarm site, the code to the alarm system and the authority to approve repairs to the alarm

system.

 

Verify means an attempt by the monitoring company or its representative to contact the alarm site

and/ or alarm user by telephone, whether or not actual contact with the person is made, to determine

whether an alarm signal is valid before requesting law enforcement dispatch following the alarm verification and notification procedure. 

 

Sec. 4-3 - Permit required.

 

(a) A person commits an offense if the person intentionally or knowingly operates or causes

     to be operated an alarm system without an alarm permit issued by the chief. An alarm

     permit is not valid if it has been denied or revoked, has not been renewed or has expired.

A separate permit is required at each alarm site.

(b) It is a defense to prosecution under subsection (a) of this section that the person

     obtained a permit to operate the alarm system within 30 days of an alarm notification.

(c) A $10 fee shall be charged for the issuance of each residential permit and a $30 fee for

     each commercial permit.

(d) Upon receipt of the required administrative fee and completed application form, the chief

     shall issue an alarm permit unless: 

(1) There is cause to believe the equipment responsible for initiating an alarm will

     not be maintained and operated in accordance with this article;

(2) The applicant will not comply with any provision of this article; or

(3) A previous alarm permit was revoked or suspended after eight or more false

     alarms during the preceding 12-month period.

(e) A permit holder shall notify the Chief of Police any changes to name, address or phone

     number of such holder no later than thirty (30) days after the change.

 

Sec. 4-4 - Permit application.

 

Each alarm permit application must contain the following information and be complete, true and

accurate in its entirety:

(a) The name, address, and telephone number of the permit holder who will be responsible

     for the proper maintenance and operation of the alarm system and payment of fees

     assessed under this chapter;

(b) The names and telephone numbers of an alarm system permit holder or of two persons

     who are able to and have agreed to:

    (1) Receive notification at any time;

   (2) Come to the alarm site within thirty minutes after receiving a request to do so

        from the police department; and

   (3) Grant access to the alarm site and to deactivate the alarm system, if necessary;

(c) Classification of the alarm site as either residential or commercial; including, where the

     alarm site is an apartment, the building number and the apartment number, if so

     numbered;

(d) The name and telephone number of the alarm system monitoring company that has

     agreed to receive calls for the permitted alarm system, if applicable;

(e) For each alarm system located at the alarm site the purpose of the alarm system (i.e.,

     burglary, robbery, or personal hostage); and 

(f) Other information required by the chief which is necessary for the enforcement of this

     chapter.

 

Sec. 4-5 - Transferability of permit; false statements.

 

(a) Any false statement of a material matter made by an applicant for the purpose of

     obtaining an alarm permit shall be sufficient cause for refusal to issue a permit.

(b) An alarm permit cannot be transferred to another permit holder except by authorization of

     the chief of police. A permit holder shall inform the chief of any changes that alters any

     information listed on the permit application within thirty (30) calendar days. No fee will be

     assessed for such changes.

(c) A permit holder shall cancel a permit for any alarm system which is removed from an

    alarm site or which otherwise ceases to come under the permitting requirements of this

    chapter. Cancellation may be accomplished by returning the permit to the chief.

(d) All fees owed by an applicant must be paid before a permit may be issued or renewed.

(e) An alarm permit shall be required for city, state, county and federal government Entities;

     however, no fee will be charged for those permits.

 

Sec. 4-6. - Permit duration and renewal.

 

An Alarm Permit shall expire twelve (12) months from the date of issuance, and must be renewed

annually by submitting an updated application and a registration renewal fee. It is the permit holder's

responsibility to renew the alarm permit prior to the expiration date. A non-refundable application fee of

$10.00 for a residential permit and $30.00 for a commercial permit is required for issuance of an alarm

permit.

 

Sec. 4-7 – Penalties related to false alarms and noncompliance.

 

(a) If an alarm system transmits more than three false alarm notifications within a 12-month

     period, the permit holder shall pay a service fee for the fourth and each subsequent false

     burglar alarm notification according to the fee schedule shown below:

 

Residential Alarms 

(1) For each response for the first through the 3rd ..………… No Fee

(2) For each response after the 3rd through the 5th ………… $25.00

(3) For each response after the 5th through the 8th…………. $50.00

(4) For each response after the 8th……………..……………. $100.00

 

Commercial Alarms

(1) For each response for the first through the 3rd …………. No Fee

(2) For each response after the 3rd through the 5th ………… $50.00

(3) For each response after the 5th through the 8th ………… $75.00

(4) For each response after the 8th…………………………... $100.00

 

(b) If an alarm system transmits more than two false panic alarm notifications within a 12-

     month period, the permittee shall pay the maximum service fee permitted by state law,

     but not more than $100, for the third and each subsequent false panic alarm notification.

(c) A tenant holding an individual alarm permit shall pay a false alarm notification fee related

     to a transmission from the alarm system in the tenant’s unit.

(d) The permittee holding the master alarm permit holder shall pay a false alarm notification

     fee related to a transmission from an unoccupied unit or a unit for which a tenant has not

     obtained an individual alarm permit.

(e) The Chief of Police may investigate and waive payment of a service fee assessed under

     this section which is later shown to have been, in the chief's sole determination, justified

     or which was due to a natural or manmade catastrophe or other situation specifically

     exempted by the chief.

(f) A permit holder shall pay a fee assessed under this section within 30 days of the date of

     notice of such fee. If the fee is not paid within 30 days, a late fee will be added to the fee

     in an amount equal to ten percent of the fee.

 (g) A monitoring company shall pay a fee of $25.00 for failing to provide accurate information

     to the city.

(h) An alarm user shall pay a fee of $50.00 for failure to provide a responder within 30

     minutes when requested by a member of law enforcement authority. 

(i) If the city receives notice of cancellation of the alarm dispatch request prior to law

     enforcement arriving at the alarm site, such request shall not be considered to be a false

     alarm for the purposes of this article.

(j) If law enforcement takes longer than 30 minutes to respond to the alarm dispatch

     request, the request is not considered a false alarm for the purposes of this article.

(k) The Chief of Police may access a fee of $50.00 for any violation of section 4-3(e).

 

Sec. 4-8. - Proper alarm system operation and maintenance.

 

A permit holder or person in control of an alarm system shall:

(a) Maintain the premises containing an alarm system in a manner that ensures

     proper operation of the alarm system; 

(b) Maintain the alarm system in a manner that will minimize false alarm notifications;

(c) Respond or cause a representative to respond within a reasonable period of time, not to

    exceed thirty minutes, when notified by the city to repair or deactivate a malfunctioning

    alarm system or to provide security for the premises, or provide access to the premises,

    if necessary;

(d) Not manually activate an alarm for any reason other than an occurrence of an event that

     the alarm system was intended to report;

(e) Notify the police department prior to activation of an alarm for maintenance purposes;

     and 

(f) Shall notify the City if the permit holder relinquishes control of the alarm site and cancels

     the permit. If a permit holder fails to notify the City under this section, the permit holder

     shall pay fees/fines associated with the permit, if any.

 

Sec. 4-9. - Audible or local broadcast alarms.

 

(a) A permit holder or person in control of an alarm system that utilizes an audible alarm

     shall adjust the mechanism or cause the mechanism to be adjusted so that upon

     activation the audible alarm signal shall broadcast for no longer than 30 minutes after

     being activated.

 

Sec. 4-10. - Indirect alarm reporting.

 

(a) A person who is engaged in the business of relaying alarm notifications to the city shall:

(1) Communicate alarm notifications to the city in a manner and form determined by the

     chief;

(2) Comply with the requirements of this chapter;

(3) Provide a local or toll free call-back telephone number when requested by the law

enforcement authority;

(4) Contact a representative of the alarm site when requested by the law enforcement

     authority; and

(5) Be licensed by the state board of private investigators and private security agencies.

 

Sec. 4-11 – Reporting of alarm through relaying intermediary.

 

A permit holder shall not report an alarm signal through a relaying intermediary that does not

meet the requirements of this article and any rules and regulations promulgated by the chief, is not

licensed by the Texas Department of Public Safety, Private Security Board or is not the owner of the

property.

 

Sec. 4-12 - Direct alarm reporting; automatic alarm notification prohibited.

 

An alarm system which transmits automatic alarm notifications directly to the police department

on any line other than a line designated by the chief for such calls shall be prohibited.

 

Sec. 4-13 - Monitoring procedures.

 

Any monitoring company engaged in the business of monitoring alarm systems in the city shall:

(a) Report alarm signals only using telephone numbers designated by the chief;

(b) When reporting an alarm signal to the city, provide the alarm permit number and address

     of the alarm site from which the alarm notification originated or any other known

     information that is requested by dispatch.

 

Sec. 4-14 - Alarm system operating instructions.

 

A permit holder shall maintain at each alarm site a complete set of written operating instructions

for each alarm system. Special codes, combinations, or passwords must be included in these instructions.

 

Sec. 4-15 - Duties of an alarm company.

 

(a) An alarm installation company shall confirm that a valid alarm permit has been issued by

    the city for an alarm site before performing any system conversion at the site.

(b) An alarm installation company that has a contract with a permit holder or person in

     control of an alarm system shall send a certification to the chief within 30 days of

     performing or causing the performance of an alarm system installation or conversion.

The certificate must state:

(1) The date of installation or conversion of the alarm system, whichever is

      applicable;

(2) The name, address, telephone number, and current state license number of the

      alarm installation company providing the alarm system installation or conversion;

(3) The name, address, telephone number, and current state license number of the

      monitoring company providing monitoring for the alarm system if different from

      the alarm installation company under contract to provide installation or

      conversion for the alarm system;

(4) That a complete set of written operating instructions for the alarm system,

     including written guidelines on how to avoid false alarms has been left with the

     occupant; and

(5) That the alarm installation company has trained the occupant in the proper use of

     the alarm system, including instructions on how to avoid false alarms.

 

Sec. 4-16 - Grounds for denial of a permit or revocation.

 

(a) Grounds for denial of an alarm permit.

  (1) The chief shall issue an alarm permit to the applicant unless one or more of the

       following conditions are present:

A. The applicant fails to provide all of the information requested on the

    application or submits an incomplete application; 

B. The applicant gives false, misleading or untrue information of material

    fact on the application;

C. The operation, as proposed by the applicant, would not comply with all

    applicable laws, including, but not limited to, this article or the city

    building, zoning or health codes; or

D. The applicant has failed to pay the application fee assessed pursuant to

     this article that is due and owing.

(2) Denial of an alarm permit shall be effected by written denial, setting forth the

     grounds for denial and mailed to the applicant by depositing the notice in the

     United States Mail, addressed to the applicant with first class postage prepaid.

(b) Grounds for revocation of an alarm permit.

(1) The chief may revoke an alarm permit if he determines that:

A. The permit holder or his/her designated agent has given false,

    misleading or untrue information of material fact in any record or report

    required by this article;

B. The permit holder fails to maintain the alarm system in accordance with

    the requirements of this article;

C. The operation of the alarm system by the permit holder has

     demonstrated a history of unreliability, as set forth in subsection (c) of

     this section; or

D. There have been eight (8) or more false alarms during the preceding 12

    month period.

(2) A person commits an offense if he operates an alarm system during the period in

    which his/her alarm permit has been revoked.

(c) Grounds for non-renewal of an alarm permit.

(1) The alarm system has a history of unreliability and the applicant has failed to

     make alterations or corrections to the system to reasonably assure abatement of

     false alarms. Any alarm system generating eight (8) or more false alarm

     notifications within a 12-month period shall be presumed unreliable; and the

     alarm permit shall be revoked or suspended, after the city provides 30 days

     written notice to the permit holder, until the permit holder has:

A. Attended an alarm awareness class, as approved by the chief;

B. Provided a certificate of compliance; and

C. Paid a $100.00 reinstatement fee.

(d) A person commits an offense if he/she operates an alarm system during the period in

     which his/her alarm permit has not been renewed.

 

Sec. 4-17 - Reinstatement of a permit.

 

(a) In the event a person's alarm permit has been revoked, the person may have the permit

     reinstated if the person:

(1) Submits an updated application and pays a $100.00 permit reinstatement fee in

     accordance with this article;

(2) Attends an alarm awareness class; and

(3) Presents a certificate of compliance

(b) An alarm permit that has been reinstated shall expire on the same date it was originally

     set to expire, one year from date the original alarm permit was issued.

 

Sec. 4-18 - Appeal from administrative sanction or denial or revocation of permit.

 

(a) The applicant or permit holder may appeal the decision of the chief to revoke a permit or

     any fee determination to the city manager by paying an appeal fee of $25.00 and filing

     with the city manager a written request for a hearing, setting forth the reasons for the

     appeal, within 15 days after receipt of the notice of the administrative decision. The filing

     of a request for an appeal hearing with the city manager or his designated representative

     will stay the revocation of the permit until the appeal decision. If a request for an appeal

     hearing is not made within the 15-day period, the action of the chief is final. Appeal fees

     will be returned if the decision of the chief is overturned.

(b) If the chief refused to issue or renew a permit, or revokes a permit, he shall send to the

     applicant or permit holder by certified mail, return receipt requested, written notice of his

     action and a statement of the right to an appeal.

(c) The city manager shall set a time and place for the hearing which shall be served upon

     the applicant or permit holder by certified mail, return receipt requested. The city

     manager or his representative shall serve as hearing officer at an appeal hearing and

     consider evidence by any interested person. The formal rules of evidence do not apply at

     an appeal hearing. All parties to the hearing shall have the right to present evidence and

     shall have the right to cross examination. The hearing officer shall make his decision on

     the basis of preponderance of the evidence within 15 days after the request for an appeal

     hearing is filed. The time for hearing an appeal may be extended by agreement of the

     parties. The hearing officer shall affirm, reverse, or modify the action of the chief. The

     decision of the hearing officer is final as to administrative remedies with the city.

(d) Notice of the chief's actions shall be presumed to have been properly given and received

     if such nature has been sent in writing, certified mail, to the last known mailing address of

     the permit holder.

 

Sec. 4-19 - Notification.

 

The alarm user shall be notified in writing after each false alarm. The notification shall include:

notice that the alarm user can attend alarm user awareness class to waive one false alarm violation, the

fact that a permit may be revoked or not renewed after the eighth (8) false alarm and a description of the

appeal procedure available to the alarm user.

 

The alarm user and the alarm installation company or monitoring company will be notified in

writing 30 days before an alarm permit is to be suspended. A notice of alarm permit suspension may be

combined with a false alarm notice. This notice of alarm permit suspension will also include a description

of the appeals procedure available to the alarm user and the alarm installation company or monitoring

company.

 

Sec. 4-20 - Alarm dispatch records.

 

(a) The police dispatcher receiving the alarm notification and/or the police officer responding

      to a dispatch resulting from a burglary, personal hostage or robbery alarm notification

      shall cause to be recorded in the police information systems such information as

      necessary to permit the chief to maintain records, including but not limited to the following

      information 

(1) Identification of the permit holder;

(2) The alarm permit number

(3) Identification of the alarm site;

(4) Dispatcher received time, dispatch time and arrival time;

(5) Date of occurrence 

(6) The disposition of the alarm call; and

(7) The name of the permit holder's representative on premises, if any.

(b) The responding police officer shall prepare and submit the appropriate reports in regard

      to any criminal offenses, attempted offenses or other incidents which contributed to the

      alarm notification as determined by investigation.

 

Sec. 4-21 - System performance reviews and consultations.

 

(a) If there is reason to believe that an alarm system is not being used or maintained in a

     manner that ensures proper operation and suppresses false alarms, the chief may

     require a conference with an alarm permit holder to review circumstances of each false

     alarm.

(b) If the chief determines that an alarm is the result of circumstances within the reasonable

     control of the permit holder, and there have been more than eight (8) false alarms, in the

     preceding 12 month period, the chief may revoke the alarm permit. The permit holder or

     the permit holder's representative may appeal the chief's decision as set out in the appeal

     process in section 4-20.

 

Sec. 4-22 - Violations; penalty.

 

(a) An alarm installation company, a monitoring company, an alarm permit holder or a

     person in control of an alarm system commits an offense if he violates any provision of

     this article.

(b) Unless otherwise specifically set forth herein, allegation and evidence of culpable mental

     state are not required for the proof of an offense of this article.

(c) A person who violates a provision of this article is guilty of a separate offense for each

     day or portion of a day during which the violation committed, continued or permitted, and

     each offense is punishable by a fine not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500.00).

(d) In addition to prohibiting or requiring certain conduct of individuals, it is the intent of this

     article to hold a corporation, partnership or other association criminally responsible for

     acts or omissions performed by an agent acting on behalf of the corporation, partnership

     or other association, and within the scope of his employment.

 

Sec. 4-23 - Confidentiality.

 

In the interest of public safety, subject to the provisions of V.T.C.A., Government Code Ch. 552,

information contained in and gathered through the alarm permit applications, records relating to alarm

dispatch requests and applications for appeals shall be held in confidence by all employees or

representatives of the city and by any third-party administrator or employees of a third-party administrator

with access to such information. This information shall not be subject to public inspection. Public interest

is served by not disclosing said information to the public and clearly outweighs the public interest served

by disclosing said information.

 

Sec. 4-24 - Government immunity.

 

The issuance of an alarm permit and/or the provisions set forth in this article are not intended to,

nor do they create a contract, duty or obligation, either expressed or implied, of response. Any and all

liability and consequential damage resulting from the failure to respond to a notification is hereby

disclaimed and governmental immunity as provided by law is retained. By applying for an alarm permit,

the alarm user acknowledges that law enforcement response may be influenced by factors such as: the

availability of police units, priority of calls, weather conditions, traffic conditions, emergency conditions

and staffing levels.

 

Sec. 4-25 - Testing; other violations.

 

(a) A person commits an offense if, without prior written consent of the chief, the person tests

     or demonstrates the alarm system and transmits or causes to be transmitted an

     emergency message to the police department.

(b) A person commits an offense if the person knowingly or recklessly fails to repair an alarm

     permitted under this chapter 

(c) A person commits an offense if the person knowingly or recklessly fails to attend the

     scene of an alarm activation within the time period set forth herein after actual notice has

     been given to the person designated to enter and control such premises.

 

False Alarms - Residential

1st - 3rd in 365 days

No charge

4th - 5th in 365 days

$25.00

6th - 8th in 365 days

$50.00

9th or more in 365 days

$100.00

 

False Alarms - Commercial

1st - 3rd in 365 days

No Charge

4th - 5th in 365 days

$50.00

6th - 8th in 365 days

$75.00

9th or more in 365 days

$100.00