Detroit Police Require Alarm Verification for Burglary Response
August 16, 2011
Starting Monday, the Detroit Police Department will only respond to burglary calls if the alarm company provides verification that an actual break-in has occurred.
During an announcement, Chief Ralph Godbee Jr. said false alarms have been a tremendous drain on his department's resources. He said 98 percent of burglary alarms are false.
Alarm companies will use video surveillance to conform break-ins before contacting police.
Source: Detroit Free-Press.
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