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Phoenix Police Considering Non-Response to Intrusion Alarms

According to a 12news.com report, Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams reported to the City Council’s Public Safety Committee that the Department is looking for ways to maintain service levels while dealing with 370 vacant positions. The Police Department commissioned a study from Arizona State University (ASU) to see what types of calls they could give to other …

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Arizona Corporation Commission Approves 480 Area Code Relief Plan

The Arizona Corporation Commission has approved a plan to remedy the exhaustion of available phone numbers in the 480-area code.  On June 8, 2021, the North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA) asked the Arizona Corporation Commission to open a docket to allow them to discuss relief for the 480 Numbering Plan Area. NANPA has projected that …

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SIAC Update: International Association of Chiefs of Police Endorse Model Alarm Ordinance

The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) recently passed a resolution that endorses the Model Alarm Ordinance as a tool for promoting “bests practices” to achieve a reduction in alarm dispatches and recommends the ordinance to its 31,000 members in 165 countries. The ordinance, already in use in approximately 1,000 jurisdictions, was developed and tested …

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