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All the modern offices need to comply with fire safety standards. Regular audits take place and if any organization is found non-compliant the results could be dire. But to think of it, no organization should be taking fire safety measures just
As the holiday season is celebrated, many people unknowingly place their homes at risk for burglaries. "Many families have begun stocking their homes with gifts," said Matthew De Gennaro , vice president of Staten Island, N.Y. -based Video
Roseville City Council has voted to impose steep fees on citizens who have repeat visits from police for false alarms from automatic security systems...Lorne Rosand said about 98 percent of police visits, both in Roseville and nationally, for
Feeling burned by a $1,050 bill from Toronto's fire department for his first-ever false alarm, homeowner Andrew Cole plans to let his alarm company contract expire rather than risk another fine. This fine feels like another tax grab police and fire
The Flesland airport in Bergen was closed for nearly three hours when a suspicious looking object was discovered on the luggage belt of the check-in area. A bomb squad was called-in from Oslo to investigate and it turned out to be a false alarm.
In 2000, almost 58,000 patrol runs responded to burglar alarms, about 99 percent of them false. Last year, there were just 12,712, according to city records. In 1998, the maximum fine for each false alarm in a year above 10 increased from $50 to $250.
Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious incident in the 1800 block of Kamar Plaza. A person apparently tried to kick in a door at a business and set off an alarm but did not get inside...Hayden Police
Belleville council members spent the final portion of their Tuesday meeting in an angry showdown, starting with Councilman Michael Nicosia's proposal to cancel $4 million in capital improvements. The loan for the improvements requires a $497,000 down
Steamboat Springs Police Department officers were called to a report of a suspicious car in the 1300 block of Bob Adams Drive. A man was sitting in his car waiting for the bus, and everything was fine...Police were called to a report of a suspicious
The council decided to restrict use of popular ionization smoke detectors in favor of photoelectric detectors. Acting Fire Marshal Gordon Simpkinson developed the proposal after learning the East Bay city of Albany had made a similar move and reading