What's New for Security Services?

City of Tucson Alarm Permit

Attention to New and Continuing Clients:

The City of Tucson has put in place a new Alarm Ordinance (#9755) in which the Tucson Police Department Alarm Unit has created a partnership with the community of Tucson to increase the effectiveness of their alarm systems and reduce the number of false alarms. The Ordinance regulates Alarm Users, Alarm Businesses, Alarm Agents, and Monitoring Companies and is intended to encourage the improvement in reliability of alarm systems and security devices to reduce the incidence of false alarms, ensuring that police personnel will not be diverted from responding to actual criminal activity.

There is a registration process and fees to consider with this Ordinance which can be found in this Alarm Ordinance Summary.

Register your
information online:

Register

 

 

 

(To print and mail the registration, click here)

Information about opting out
of TPD registration:

Options

 

 

 

(Information to prevent false alarms)

 

You can go to http://cms3.tucsonaz.gov/police/alarm-education for more information.

 

Medical Emergency Alerts Can Make a Difference

We've all heard the phrase, “Help! I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!”

MedAlert System

That line became engrained in the minds of millions of television viewers and to many, it took on a comical quality. However, there is nothing funny about a loved one that is alone, suffering and unable to call for help.

Medical emergency alert systems can be installed at any location that has a telephone and electric power. The systems come as stand-alone units, but they can also be integrated with your existing alarm system. In either case, the MedAlert system comes with a personal communicator that can be worn on the wrist or neck. If a medical emergency arises, the wearer can press a button on the communicator to send a signal to Security Services so that medical response teams can be dispatched rapidly.

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