Companies or organizations involved with central station alarm and monitoring.
Allied Fire & Security
Spokane, WA. Family owned and operated since 1948, with a wide variety of integrated services. Operates two monitoring centers in Lacey, WA and Beaverton, OR.
Central Station Alarm Association
Since 1950, the CSAA has represented providers, users, bureaus, and other agencies of Central Station protection services. Owns the annual ESX Expo. False alarm reduction is one of the organization's goals.
Central Station Operator Salaries
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Williamstown, NJ. Monitoring for over 3,500 independent alarm dealers and nearly 900,000 accounts, COPS operates five hot redundant and load sharing central stations in New Jersey, Florida, Arizona, Tennessee, and Texas. Using the motto "Your Hometown Central Station," the company is a member of numerous associations, local and national and offers the MPower Me application.
Electronic Security Association, Inc.
ESA represents over 2,600 companies in the intrusion and fire/life safety systems, access control, video surveillance and monitoring markets. Operates the Alarm.org website for consumers. Co-owns the annual ESX trade expo.
Alarm companies must undergo a rigorous evaluation by the IQ Certification Board to earn the Installation Quality certification. Certified companies demonstrate that they are working to reduce excessive alarm dispatches.
Moonachie, NJ. Maintains a completely self-contained with emergency backup power Central Station. The company also hosts cloud-based video, analytics, access control and other virtual services.
New York State Electronic Security Association
Albany, NY. Membership in NYSESA automatically confers membership in the Electronic Security Association (ESA). NYSESA advocates industry-friendly legislation via the New York Alarm PAC and hosts an annual conference.
Security Management Systems, Inc.
Great Neck, NY. Founded in 1978, Security Management Systems (SMS) protects the NY Metro Area with enterprise-level access control system solutions, surveillance systems, perimeter and interior intrusion alarm systems as well as managed and hosted solutions.
Through a series of franchises, Sonitrol offers audio sensors for intrusion detection, digital video surveillance and alarm verification for more than 12,000 schools. A division of Stanley Convergent Security Solutions.