False Alarm Reduction 101 causes and impacts of false alarms is brought to you by the False Alarm Reduction Association, an international organization comprised of public safety, alarm industry, and alarm users dedicated developing a working relationship among the alarm industry, alarm users and public safety professionals. It is our hope that after viewing this class you will better understand false alarms from the public safety perspective and our goal in reducing the number of false alarms that are responded to every day.
Any person employed as an alarm systems installer must earn eight (8) hours of continuing education credits in an alarm related field during each subsequent twenty-four (24) month period. This requirement must be satisfied prior to the expiration date of registration in order to renew the registration.
Please be advised under the Private Security Act (Occ. Code, Chapter 1702) and Administrative Rule, §35.4 (37 Texas Administrative Code §35.4), a criminal conviction may disqualify you from a registration, commission or license under the Act. For a list of disqualifying offenses and the related periods of ineligibility, review §35.4, available on the department’s website at http://www.dps.texas.gov/rsd/psb/index.htm (click on the Laws tab and then click on Administrative Code) and §§1702.113 and 1702.163 of the Act, as applicable. You also have a right to request from the department a criminal history evaluation letter under Occ. Code, §53.102.