Enhanced Call Verfication (ECV) - GEOARM Security®

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▼ Enhanced Call Verification (ECV) ▼

In an attempt to reduce the burden that false alarms put on our local police departments, some municipalities have adopted ECV dispatch policies. ECV requires the alarm monitoring company to place at least two phone calls to the customer in an attempt to verify the alarm before they are able to dispatch the authorities. If they dispatch before making these verification calls, the monitoring company may be subject to fines from the local municipality. Through the years, ECV has been proven to be effective in reducing the amount of false alarms that the police are sent out to investigate. GeoArm has found that more and more municipalities are adopting ECV policies every day. We suggest checking with your local police department to see if your jurisdiction requires ECV or not. Additionally, some jurisdictions have adopted measures to allow immediate dispatch, without verification calls, but only when the alarm has been verified with video. GeoArm agrees that ECV works and likes the emerging trend in video verification. GeoArm's central station averages 30 second response times from when the alarm is tripped to when the customer receives the first verification call.

Enhanced Call Verification By Ordinance/Policy (*Subject to Change w/o Notice):

AR - Little Rock
AZ - Kingman
AZ - Mesa
AZ - Pinal County
AZ - Scottsdale
AZ - Tucson
BC - Vancouver
CA - Alameda County
CA - Hayward
CA - Los Angeles
CA - Oakland
CA - Riverside
CA - Sacramento County
CA - San Mateo
CA - Simi Valley
CA - Tracy
CA - Vacaville
CA - Vallejo
CA - Yuba
CO - Boulder City
CO - Boulder County
CO - Breckenridge
CO - Colorado Springs
CO - Denver
CO - Douglas County
CO - Englewood
CO - Larimar County
CO - Littleton
CO - Longmont
CO - Pitkin County
CO - Summit County
CO - Thornton
CO - Westminster
CT - Glastonbury
CT - Hartford
CT - New Britain
GA - Lagrange
GA - Savannah
IA - Ankeny
IA - West Des Moines
ID - Boise
IL - Naperville
KS - Leawood
KS - Olathe
KY - Jefferson County
KY - Lexington
KY - Sedgwick County
KY - Louisville
LA - Shreveport
MI - Lansing
MN - Minneapolis
MO - St. Louis
MO - St. Louis County
NC - Huntersville
NC - Kannapolis
NJ - Montclair
NM - Lincoln County
NV - Reno
NV - Sparks
OH - Cincinnati
OK - Owasso
OR - Marion County
OR - Salem
OR - Washington County
PA - Cheltenham
SC - Richland County
SC - Rock Hill
SC - Spartanburg City
SC - Spartanburg County
TN - Knoxville
TX - Burleson
TX - Carrollton
TX - Dallas
TX - El Paso
TX - Harlingen
TX - Irving
TX - Killeen
TX - Lancaster
TX - North Richland Hills
TX - Pasadena
TX - Plano
TX - Wichita Falls
WA - Des Moines
WA - Federal Way
WA - Kennewick
WA - King County
WA - Kirkland
WA - Mount Vernon
WA - Newcastle
WA - Olympia
WA - Pierce County
WA - Seattle
WA - Spokane
WA - Tacoma
WI - Appleton
WI - Eau Claire
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