436M-1 Definitions
436M-2 Bond
436M-3 Records and reports
436M-4 False alarms; reporting
436M-5 Maintenance
436M-6 Audible alarm systems
436M-7 Automatic telephone dialers
436M-8 Activation
436M-9 Restitution
436M-10 Penalty

Terms Used In Hawaii Revised Statutes > Chapter 436M

  • Alarm business: means any individual, corporation, or other business entity that engages in selling, leasing, maintaining, servicing, repairing, altering, replacing, moving, or installing any alarm system in or on any building, place, or premises, except motor vehicles. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 312-2.2
  • Alarm system: means any device that is designed for the detection of an unauthorized entry into any building, place, or premises, except motor vehicles, or for alerting others to the commission of an unlawful act, or both, and that emits a sound or transmits a signal or message when activated. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 312-2.2
  • Audible alarm system: means any alarm system that emits a sound when activated. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 312-2.2
  • Automatic telephone dialer: means any alarm system that, when activated, dials a programmed telephone number and, when the telephone is answered, plays a recorded message informing the listener of an unauthorized entry or unlawful act. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 312-2.2
  • False alarm: means any alarm activation that is communicated to the police but that is not in response to an actual or threatened criminal act. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 312-2.2
  • False alarm rate: means the total number of false alarms received by the police relative to the total number of alarm systems in operation. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 312-2.2