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Florida Statutes 489.529 - Alarm verification calls required

Florida Statutes > Chapter 489 > Part II > 489.529

Current as of: 2012
All residential or commercial intrusion/burglary alarms that have central monitoring must have a central monitoring verification call made to the premises generating the alarm signal, prior to alarm monitor personnel contacting a law enforcement agency for alarm dispatch. The central monitoring station must employ call-verification methods for the premises generating the alarm signal if the first call is not answered. However, if the intrusion/burglary alarms have properly operating visual or auditory sensors that enable the monitoring personnel to verify the alarm signal, verification calling is not required.
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See also:

Florida Regulations Chapter 61G6-12 - Burglar Alarm System Agent Sponsor and Training Courses
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