Frontpoint Compliance – Police Won’t Go Jurisdictions Information

Frontpoint Compliance – Police Won’t Go Jurisdictions Information

The following jurisdictions are “police won’t go,” meaning that if you have an alarm event prior to registering your system or obtaining an alarm permit, the police may not dispatch, and you could be subject to fines if they do. Please review your jurisdiction’s requirements closely and follow all instructions to complete the permit or registration process. Once you have registered your system or obtained an alarm permit, please notify us by emailing permits@frontpointsecurity.com.

 

Please click your jurisdiction below to be taken to the application information

Police Won’t Go Jurisdictions

Alachua County, FL. 2

Arlington, TX.. 3

Charlotte-Mecklenburg County, NC.. 4

Cincinnati, OH.. 5

Collier County, FL. 6

Colorado Springs, CO.. 7

Corpus Christi, TX.. 8

Dallas, TX.. 9

Denver, CO.. 10

El Paso, TX.. 11

Fort Worth, TX.. 12

Houston, TX.. 13

Jacksonville-Duval County, FL. 15

Kansas City, MO.. 17

McKinney, TX.. 18

Omaha, NE.. 19

Palm Bay, FL. 20

Palm Beach County, FL. 21

Phoenix, AZ. 22

Sacramento County, CA.. 23

Salt Lake Unified Police, UT. 24

Spokane, WA.. 25

Tulsa, OK.. 26

Walnut Creek, CA.. 27

 

Alachua County, FL

 

What May Be Required

Alachua County requires an alarm permit for burglar and fire alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee is $15.00 for a burglar alarm permit and $15.00 for a fire alarm permit. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/3522646605.pdf. Please send the application and payment to the False Alarm Reduction Unit, PO Box 5489, Gainesville, FL 32627-5489. You may direct questions to (352) 264-6650. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.


False Alarm Information

The Alachua County Sheriff's Department is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with one free false alarm responses per year (beginning with the date of your registration). The second false alarm response will result in a fine of $25, the third and fourth are $50 each, the fifth and sixth are $100 each, and the seventh and eighth are $200 each. The ninth and each subsequent false alarm response will result in a fine of $400 per occurrence.

 

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Arlington, TX

 

What May Be Required

The City of Arlington requires a Security Alarm Permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The fee for a residential or commercial permit is $50. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/8172744444.pdf. Please send the application with payment to the Alarm Office 04-0101, Arlington Police Department, PO Box 1065, Arlington, TX 76004-1065. You may direct questions to (817) 459-6472. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

False Alarm Information

The City of Arlington is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with three free false alarm responses per year (beginning with the first false alarm). The fourth and fifth false alarms will result in a fine of $50 each and the sixth and seventh are $75 each. The eighth and each subsequent false alarm will result in a fine of $100 per occurrence.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg County, NC

 

What May Be Required

The City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County require an Alarm Permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. There is no charge for registering your alarm system. You will be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

 

Application Process

  1. A permit application must be completed online, please do so at https://www.crywolfservices.com/charlottenc/
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information about your alarm system: 

***Monitored By: Rapid Response 

***Sold By: Frontpoint Security 

  1. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.comand provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

The City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County are required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with two free false alarm responses per registration year. The third through the fifth false alarm will result in a fine of $50 for each, the sixth and seventh are $100 each, and the eighth and ninth are $250 each. The tenth and each subsequent false alarm will result in a fine of $500 per occurrence. Fines must be paid within thirty days to avoid disconnection of your alarm system.

 

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Cincinnati, OH

 

What May Be Required

The False Alarm Reduction Unit of the City of Cincinnati requires Alarm Registration for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. There is a biennial fee of $50.00 for a residential alarm permit and $100.00 for a commercial alarm permit. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.


Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/5137651212.pdf. Please send the application and payment to the False Alarm Reduction Unit, Cincinnati Police Department, PO Box 14573, Cincinnati, OH 45250. Or fax your application to (513) 352-1445. You may direct questions to (513) 352-1272. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.


False Alarm Information

The City of Cincinnati is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with two free false alarm responses per year (beginning with the date of the first false alarm). The third false alarm response fee is $50, but may be waived with alarm school attendance. The fourth is $75, the fifth is $100, the sixth is $150, the seventh is $200, the eighth is $300, the ninth is $400, and the tenth is $500. The eleventh and each subsequent false alarm will result in an $800 fine per occurrence. For more information visit http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/citylaw/pages/-36416-/.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Collier County, FL

 

What May Be Required

Collier County requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial alarm systems. There is no fee to register your alarm. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

 

Application Process

  1. A permit application can be completed online, please do so at https://collier.alarmreg.com
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information about your alarm system: 

 ***Alarm Company Information: select “FrontPoint Security Solutions” 

 ***Phone: 703-776-9100

***Alarm Monitoring Information: select "Rapid Response"

***Phone: 800-932-3822 

  1. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.comand provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

Collier County is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with two free false alarm responses per 180 day period. Three or four false alarms will result in a fine of $75 for each, the fifth and sixth are $100 each, and the seventh and eighth are $150 each. Nine or more will result in a $200 fine per occurrence.

 

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Colorado Springs, CO

 

What May Be Required

The City of Colorado Springs requires an alarm registration for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The fee for a residential or commercial permit is $24. The police will not be dispatched to your home if your system is not registered.

 

Application Process

  1. A permit application must be completed online, please do so at https://coloradospringsco.citysupport.org/licenses
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information about your alarm system: 

***Alarm Maintenance Company: 716956 -Frontpoint Security Solutions LLC

***Alarm Monitoring Company: 706194 -Rapid Response Monitoring Services, INC (RRMS)

  1. Mail in fee if required (may be invoiced at a later time)
  2. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.comand provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

The City of Colorado Springs is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with one free false alarm response per registration year. The second false alarm will result in a fine of $30, the third is $75, and the fourth is $100. Upon the fourth false alarm your system may be suspended. The fifth and each subsequent false alarm will result in a fine of $200 per occurrence.

 

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Corpus Christi, TX

 

What May Be Required

The City of Corpus Christi requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee is $35 for a residential permit and $60 for a commercial permit. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.


Application Process

  1. A permit application must be completed online, please do so at https://www.cityalarmpermit.com/fams/citizen/city/corpuschristi/ATB_Login.aspx
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information about your alarm system: 

***Audible/Silent: Audible

***Burglary: Yes

***Panic: Yes

***Robbery: No

***Maintained By: Frontpoint

***Installed By: Self

***Special Alarm Alert: No

  1. Mail in fee if required, pay online if applicable
  2. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.comand provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.


False Alarm Information

The City of Corpus Christi is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with three free false alarm responses per year. The fourth and fifth false alarms will result in a fine of $50 each, and the sixth and seventh are $75 each. The eighth and each subsequent false alarm response will result in a fine of $100 per occurrence.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Dallas, TX

 

What May Be Required

The City of Dallas requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee is $50 for a residential permit and $100 for a commercial permit. The police will not be dispatched to your home if your system is not registered.


Application Process

  1. A permit application must be completed online, please do so at https://www.crywolfservices.com/dallastx/
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information about your alarm system: 

***Monitoring By:  RAPID RESPONSE MONITORING STATION- (AC115)  

***Sold By: FRONTPOINT- (AC114)

***Serviced By: FRONTPOINT- (AC114) 

***Installed By: N/A NONE- (-1) 

  1. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.comand provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

You must provide your permit number to Frontpoint in order to receive a police dispatch.

 

False Alarm Information

The City of Dallas is required by law to collect fees for false alarms, based on the number of false alarms per annual period. Residential customers are provided with three free false alarm responses. The fourth, fifth and sixth are $50 each, the seventh and eighth are $75 each and the ninth and each subsequent false alarm response is $100 per occurrence. Commercial customers are fined $100 for the first false alarm, $200 for the second, $300 for the third and $400 for each false alarm response thereafter. In addition, any false panic alarms will be fined at $100 each (residential or commercial).

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Denver, CO

 

What May Be Required

The City and County of Denver requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial alarm systems. The initial fee for a residential or commercial permit is $25. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.


Application Process

  1. A permit application must be completed online, please do so at https://www.cityalarmpermit.com/fams/citizen/city/denver/ATB_Login.aspx
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information about your alarm system: 

***Monitoring by: RAPID RESPONSE MONITORING SERVICES 

***Monitored by BFN #: 021001697 (Will auto-fill when RAPID RESPONSE MONITORING SERVICES is selected) 

***Maintained by: FRONTPOINT SECURITY 

***Maintained by BFN #: 081036893 (Will auto-fill when FRONTPOINT SECURITY is selected)

  1. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.comand provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

The City and County of Denver is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with five free false intrusion alarms. After the fifth false intrusion alarm, your permit will be suspended. There is a charge of $50 per false panic alarm response.


Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

El Paso, TX

 

What May Be Required

The City of El Paso requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee for a residential or commercial permit is $69, which is valid for three years. The police will not be dispatched to your home if your system is not registered.

 

Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/9158324400.pdf. Please send the application with payment to the Planning & Inspections Department - One Stop Shop, 811 Texas Ave., El Paso, Texas 79901. You may direct questions to 915-212-0104. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

The City of El Paso is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with three free false alarm responses per twelve-month period. The fourth and each subsequent false alarm response will result in a fine of $50.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Fort Worth, TX

 

What May Be Required

The City of Fort Worth requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee for residential or commercial permits is $50. The police will not be dispatched to your home if your system is not registered.

 

Application Process

To print and complete the application, you can register online or mail. If you would like to register via PDF, you can visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/8179274420.pdf. Please send the application and payment to the City of Fort Worth, Planning & Development Department-Alarm Unit, 1000 Throckmorton Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102. You may direct questions to (817) 392-1300.

If you would like to register online or find more information, please visit https://apps.fortworthtexas.gov/alarmpermitpayments/.

Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

The City of Fort Worth is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with three free false intrusion alarm responses per twelve-month period. The fourth through the fifth false alarm will result in a fine of $50 each; the sixth through the seventh are $75 each. The eighth and each subsequent false alarm response will result in a fine of $100 per occurrence. Additionally, you are provided with two free robbery/panic false alarms per twelve-month period. The third and each subsequent false alarm response will be $60 per occurrence.

 

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

Houston, TX

 

What May Be Required

The City of Houston requires a Security Alarm Permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee for a combination residential burglary and hold-up/panic is $50. The annual fee for a commercial combination burglar and hold-up/panic is $233.50 plus an administrative fee of $29.18. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

Application Process

  1. A permit application may be completed online, please do so at https://www.houstonburglaralarmpermits.org/Citizen/City/Houston/ATB_Login.aspx#
  2. Select "NEW PERMITS ONLY PAY ONLINE", fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information about your alarm system: 

 ***Permit Type: Burglar and Panic/ Hold-up 

 ***Audible or Silent: Audible 

 ***Panic: Yes 

 ***Address: 400 W. Division St., Syracuse, NY 13204 

 ***License Type: n/a 

 ***Monitored by: RAPID RESPONSE MONITORING SERVICE, INC.

 ***Burglary: Yes 

 ***Robbery: No (unless for a Commercial alarm, then select Yes) 

 *** License Number: B09590 

 ***Telephone Number: 800-932-3822 

 ***Installed By: Other (See Application)

  1. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.comand provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

False Alarm Information

The City of Houston is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with three free false alarm responses per registration year. The fourth and fifth false alarm responses will result in a fine of $50 each; the sixth and seventh are $75 each. All additional false alarms will result in a $100 fine per occurrence. After the seventh false alarm response your permit may be revoked. For more details, please see the fee schedule at http://www.houstontx.gov/police/alarm_detail/images/alarmpermit.pdf.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Jacksonville-Duval County, FL

 

What May Be Required

The City of Jacksonville and Duval County require an alarm permit and registration for residential and commercial alarm systems. The fee is $10 for system registrations completed within 30 days of alarm system installation date, and $20 for system registrations completed after 30 days from alarm system installation date. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

 

Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/9046300500.pdf. Please send the application with payment to the Jacksonville Sheriff`s Office False Alarm Reduction Program, P.O. Box 141925, Irving, TX 75014. You may direct questions to (877) 883-0677. 

For online applications:

  1. Go to https://www.cityalarmpermit.com/FAMS/Citizen/City/Jacksonville/ATB_Login.aspx
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 

2a.***Under the Type of Alarm and Alarm Company Information tab, select: 

***Audible/Silent: Audible

***Burglary: Yes

***Panic: Yes

***Robbery: Yes

***Maintained By: FRONTPOINT SECURITY SOLUTIONS

***Installed by: SELF INSTALLED 

***Special Alarm Alert: No

Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

False Alarm Information

The City of Jacksonville and Duval County are required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with two free false alarm responses within the permit year. The third false alarm will result in a fine of $50 and increase by $50 with each subsequent false alarm through the sixth occurrence ($100 for 4th occurrence, $150 for 5th occurrence, etc.). Upon the seventh and each subsequent false alarm, the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office will not respond to burglar alarm calls but will continue to respond to panic or robbery alarm calls and the alarm user will be charged $250.00 for each false alarm.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Kansas City, MO

 

What May Be Required

Kansas City requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The initial fee for a residential or commercial permit is $48. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

 

Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/8162345111.pdf. Please send the application with payment to the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, Alarm Administrator, 1125 Locust, Kansas City, MO 64106. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.


False Alarm Information

Kansas City is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. Residential alarm users are provided with two free false alarm responses per registration year. The third and each subsequent false alarm will result in a fine of $49. Commercial alarm users are fined $49 per occurrence.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

McKinney, TX

 

What May Be Required

The City of McKinney requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee is $50 for a residential permit and $100 for a commercial permit. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.


Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://www.mckinneytexas.org/474/Alarm-Permits and fill out the PDF application (for Monitoring Company, write "Rapid Response"; for Installation Company write "Frontpoint"). Please send the application and payment to the McKinney Police Department, Attention: Alarm Unit, 2200 Taylor Burk Dr, McKinney, TX 75071. You may direct questions to (972)547-2820. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

False Alarm Information

The City of McKinney reserves the right to charge for excessive false alarms.


Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Omaha, NE

 

What May Be Required

The City of Omaha requires an Alarm Permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The fee is $25 for a residential permit and $50 for a commercial permit. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

Application Process

  1. A permit application must be completed online, please do so at https://www.crywolfservices.com/omahane/
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information (select from drop-down menu): 

 ***Monitored By: Rapid Response

 ***Sold By: FrontPoint Security 

 ***Serviced By: FrontPoint Security

  1. Mail your registration fee to: 

 Omaha False Alarm Reduction Program

 PO Box 30205 

 Omaha, NE 68103-1305

  1. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.


False Alarm Information
The City of Omaha is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with one free false alarm response per year. The second and third will result in a fine of $100 each, and the fourth and each subsequent false alarm response will result in a fine of $250 per occurrence.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Palm Bay, FL

 

What May Be Required

The City of Palm Bay requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The permit fee for a residential or commercial permit is $20.


Application Process

To print and complete the application please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/3219523456.pdf. Please send the application and payment to the False Alarm Reduction Office, 120 Malabar Road, SE, Suite 215, Palm Bay, FL 32907. You may direct questions to (321) 733-3024. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

The City of Palm Bay is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with two free false alarm responses per calendar year. The third false alarm will result in a $50 fine; the fourth is a $100 fine; the fifth is a $150 fine. The sixth and each subsequent false alarm will result in a $200 fine per occurrence.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Palm Beach County, FL

 

What May Be Required

Palm Beach County requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee for a residential or commercial permit is $25. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/5616883400.pdf. Please send the application and payment to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, Attn: Accounting, PO Box 24681, West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4681. You may direct questions to (561) 688-3695. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.


False Alarm Information

Palm Beach County is required by law to collect fees for false alarms.  You are provided with two free false alarm responses per permit year.  The third and fourth false alarms will result in a fine of $50 for each, the fifth is $75, and the sixth through the ninth are $100 each.  The tenth and each subsequent false alarm response will result in a $500 fine per occurrence.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Phoenix, AZ

 

What May Be Required

The City of Phoenix requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee for a residential or commercial permit is $17.00.

Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit  http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/6022626151.pdf. Please send the application and payment to the City of Phoenix, Police Department, P.O. Box 29122, Phoenix, Arizona 85038-29122. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.


False Alarm Information

The City of Phoenix is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with one free false alarm response per twelve-month period. The second and each subsequent false alarm will result in a fine of $96 per occurrence. The second false alarm fine can be waived with your attendance to the Phoenix Police Department’s False Alarm Prevention Program.

 

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Sacramento County, CA

 

What May Be Required

Sacramento County requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The fee for a residential or commercial permit is $50. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.

Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/9168745111.pdf. Please send the application and payment to SHERIFF’S ALARM BUREAU, P O Box 988, Sacramento, CA 95812-0988.  You may direct questions to (916) 874-4616.  Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

Sacramento County is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with two free burglary false alarm responses and two free panic false alarms per calendar year. For burglary the third false alarm response is $75, the fourth is $100, the fifth is $200 and the sixth and each subsequent false alarm will result in a fine of $250 per occurrence. The false panic alarm fines are $150 for the third, $200 for the fourth, $250 for the fifth and the sixth and each subsequent false alarm will be $300 per occurrence.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Salt Lake Unified Police, UT

 

What May Be Required

Salt Lake Unified Police requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. There is no charge for registering your alarm system. The police will not be dispatched to your home if your system is not registered.

Application Process

To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/permits/8017437000.pdf

You may submit the form through one of these options:

Email to: alarms-grama@updsl.org

Fax to: 385-468-9756

Mail the form to: 

Attn: Technical Services Division

3365 South 900 West, SLC UT 84119

You may direct questions to (385) 468-9755.  Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

For alarm ordinance information please visit the following link: https://library.municode.com/ut/salt_lake_county/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=TIT5BULIRE_CH5.15ALBU_5.15.040ALUSPE

False Alarm Information

Salt Lake Unified Police is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with two free false alarm responses per calendar year. The third false alarm will result in a fine of $50, and the fourth and each subsequent false alarm will be $100 per occurrence.


Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Spokane, WA

 

What May Be Required

The City of Spokane requires an Alarm Permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The annual fee is $25 for a residential permit and $35 for a commercial permit. You may be subject to a fine if the police are dispatched to your home before your system is registered.


Application Process

  1. A permit application must be completed online, please do so at https://www.crywolfservices.com/spokanewa/and click on Register Online. 
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information about your alarm system: 

 ***Monitored: Choose Rapid Response from menu 

 ***Sold: Choose FrontPoint Security Solutions from menu 

 ***Serviced: Choose FrontPoint Security Solutions from menu 

 ***Installed by: Choose Other/Unknown from menu 

  1. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

The City of Spokane is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. For a residential false alarm the fine is $85 per occurrence, and the commercial false alarm fine is $165 per occurrence.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Tulsa, OK

 

What May Be Required

The City of Tulsa requires an Alarm Certificate for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. The initial fee is $35 for a residential permit and $75 for commercial.


Application Process
To print and complete the application, please visit http://permits.frontpointsecurity.com/Permits/9185969222.pdf. Please send the application with payment to the Finance Department, PO Box 451, Tulsa, OK 74101. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.com and provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.


False Alarm Information

The City of Tulsa is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You may have one false alarm response in any certificate year. If you have a second false alarm in a one-year period, you will be notified by mail, that the City of Tulsa will cancel your alarm certificate 10 days from the date of your letter.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

Walnut Creek, CA

 

What May Be Required

The City of Walnut Creek requires an alarm permit for residential and commercial security alarms monitored to provide police response. There is no charge for a residential permit and there is a fee of $75 for a commercial permit.

 

Application Process

  1. A permit application must be completed online, please do so at: https://walnutcreekca.citysupport.org/licenses
  2. Fill out and submit the online application. 
  3. The application asks for the following information about your alarm system: 

***Alarm monitoring company: RAPID RESPONSE MONITORING SERVICES, INC. (RRMS)

  1. Submit fee (if required) 
  2. Once you have completed this process, please email Frontpoint Compliance at permits@frontpointsecurity.comand provide any permit or registration numbers you were assigned.

 

False Alarm Information

The City of Walnut Creek is required by law to collect fees for false alarms. You are provided with two free false alarm responses per twelve-month period. The third false alarm will result in a fine of $100, the fourth is $110, and the fifth is $150. The sixth and each subsequent false alarm response will result in a fine of $175 per occurrence.

 

Please contact us if you have any questions.

 

 

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